British Tax Review

For 65 years, British Tax Review has provided in-depth analysis of tax law; examining changes and providing valuable commentary for practitioners, academics and policy makers. Its editorial board comprises lawyers, accountants and economists.

The Review provides articles which are subject to a rigorous anonymous refereeing process prior to acceptance for publication and which are thought provoking and wide ranging; covering domestic, international and comparative topics across the whole field of tax law. In addition, the Review offers current notes on topical matters and case notes on relevant European Court decisions, reviews on major new taxation publications and regular special issues covering the Finance Acts and other major tax issues.

Full text articles of the British Tax Review are available in print, on ProView, online on Westlaw UK, Checkpoint World and Checkpoint UK.

A sample issue of British Tax Review can be viewed here.

British Tax Review is now indexed in Scopus.