Join the Conversation
with the South African Journal of Accounting Research (SAJAR)
Deadline: 31 October 2019
The Challenges of a Global Environment
In an increasingly interconnected world, fuelled, inter alia, by the Internet, a mushrooming of multinational companies and the mobility of labour and skills, concerns about the effect of this “globalisation” on international taxation are receiving increasing attention. In this context, it seems appropriate to launch a Special Edition of SAJAR, where various aspects of international taxation are deliberated on.
Without in any way being prescriptive, prospective authors may find the following topics of interest: base erosion and profit shifting, e-commerce, trade barriers and tariffs, labour mobility, tax simplification, transfer pricing, double tax agreements, tax harmonisation, integrated thinking and tax, tax migration, tax havens and group company taxation.
Researchers are invited to submit articles for consideration for inclusion in the Special Edition of SAJAR that focuses on: International Tax – the challenges of a global environment.
Submissions to SAJAR must be in United Kingdom English and should be made via SAJAR’s online submission and peer review system.
Submissions should be prepared in accordance with SAJAR’s policies and style and submitted by 31 October 2019. When submitting your work, please choose this Special Edition, which is scheduled to be published early in 2020.