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This work contains the full text of the papers given at the first Tax Law History Conference in Cambridge in September 2002 and organised by the Cambridge Law Facultys Centre for Tax Law. The papers ranged widely from the time of King John to the 20th century,from Tudor Englands Statute of Wills to the American taxes on slaves, from Hong Kong, Australia and Israel. The sources ranged from the Public Record office to the bowels of Somerset House. The topics ranged from the tax base through tax administration to tax policy making as well as providing detailed accounts of the UKs remittance basis of taxation and the Excess Profits Duty of the First World War. All students of tax law and tax history will want to read these papers by an international team of leading scholars in tax law and history.
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They [the sixteen papers] are all, in their quite different ways, a good read, and they all provoke a desire to know more...John Tiley, and Louise Tee, to whom this volume is dedicated, are to be congratulated on organising the Conference on whose proceedings it is based, and it is to be hoped, and expected, that many more will follow. Roger Kerridge Journal of Legal History Vol. 26, Issue 3; Dec. 05; pg 375-377 This book is an interesting addition to the tax debate. It provides some remarkable insights into the historical antecedents of the tax system under which we labour today... Emer Hunt The Irish Jurist, Vol XL 2005 These studies in history of tax laws and policies, their design and development, structure and administration, intended and unintended effects, not only enlightens and informs, sometimes even entertains, but also provides a comparative resource for recurrent issues. Mr Howard Alexander Queensland Supreme Court History Programme Yearbook 2009

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John Tiley passed away on the 30 June 2013. He was a Life Fellow of Queens' College, Cambridge, and Emeritus Professor of the Law of Taxation in the University of Cambridge.


PART 1 VICTORIAN AND MODERN 1. What is Income? Martin Daunton 2. Taxing Foreign Income from Pitt to the Tax Law Rewrite The Decline of the Remittance Basis John Avery Jones, CBE 3. Income Tax Tribunals: Their Influence and Place in the Victorian Legal System Chantal Stebbings 4. Aspects of Schedule A John Tiley PART 2 TWENTIETH CENTURY PROBLEMS 5. Excess Profits Duty Philip Ridd 6. Deliberations over Taxing Capital Gains The Position up to 1955 David Stopforth 7. The Evolution of UK Tax Legislation for Employee Share Ownership Plans Peter Casson 8. Whats in a Name? JDB Oliver PART 3 DEEP HISTORY 9. John Lackland: A Fiscal Re-evaluation Jane Frecknall Hughes and Lynne Oats 10. Estate Planning in Early-Modern England: Having in the Statute of Wills 1540 Neil Jones 11. Stamp Duty, Propaganda and the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars Lynne Oats and Pauline Sadler 12. Slave Taxes Kevin Outterson PART 4 COMPARISONS 13. The Chicken or the Egg? A Historical Review of the Influence of Tax Administration on the Development of Income Tax Law in Australia Cynthia Coleman and Margaret McKerchar 14. The Long and Winding Road: A Century of Centralisation in Australian Tax Rodney Fisher and Jacqueline McManus 15. Formalism and Israeli Anti-Avoidance Doctrines in the 1950s and 1960s Assaf Likhovski 16. Tax Reform in Hong Kong in the 1970s: Sincere Failure or Successful Charade? Michael Littlewood