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The British Tax Review, published by Sweet & Maxwell, is an exciting new addition to the Law Journal Library. Full-text coverage includes inception through 1985, with indexing provided for content from 1986 to date.
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For more than 50 years the British Tax Review has provided an unrivaled and comprehensive analysis of all aspects of tax law, from British tax law to international and EU tax law. The journal publishes five issues per year and is touted as an authoritative tax law commentary.
The British Tax Review is an important tool for reference purposes and is essential reading for tax practitioners, policy makers, and academics alike. It is well-established internationally as a source of thorough analysis of tax issues and significant case law. Additionally, it dedicates an annual issue to the Finance Act and provides clear notes on significant points of interest.
The British Tax Review‘s editorial board is composed of an interdisciplinary and highly experienced team of academics and practitioners.
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