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This extended bibliography is designed to support comparative tax law study by students, policy-makers, and tax practitioners. Studying comparative tax law is pure joy. And in addition to that, it enables you to:
- more deeply understand your own tax system and context;
- learn about another country’s system and context;
- draw general conclusions about tax law;
- press for or support tax law change;
- facilitate tax law harmonization or coordination among jurisdictions;
- delve into the role of tax in the spread of higher-order values like fairness, equality, transparency, or privacy;
- explain why a country’s tax laws are the way they are; and
- better appreciate the social, economic, and political realities of other jurisdictions.
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Comparative Tax Law, Guide, Bibliography, Tax Law, Jurisdiction, International, Tax Systems, Context, Change, Coordination, Harmonization
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Kim Brooks, Comparative Tax Law Guide (Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2022).
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