Editor: Professor Toby Stock
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Advances in Taxation is an academic journal that considers manuscripts on any aspect of federal, state, local, or international taxation. These include tax compliance, tax planning, and tax policy issues, among others. The series welcomes and encourages interdisciplinary research involving accounting, economics, finance, psychology, or other fields. In addition, the editorial team is open to a wide variety of research methods, including analytical modeling, archival, experimental, survey, descriptive, and legal approaches appropriate to the project.
• AIT manuscripts address relevant tax topics in a relevant, readable and reliable way.
• To be relevant, manuscripts must relate directly to problems associated with taxation.
• To be readable, manuscripts must be understandable and concise. However, there are no page limitations for AIT articles.
• To be reliable, conclusions must follow logically from the evidence and arguments developed. Sound research design and execution are critical for empirical studies. Reasonable assumptions and logical development are essential for theoretical manuscripts.
The key audience for AIT consists of academic researchers interested in tax issues and problems. It is relevant to any researchers from fields such as accounting, finance, economics and public policy, psychology, and sociology, and law.
The editorial turnaround goals for Advances in Taxation are described in the timeline below:
• Receipt of manuscript: submission date.
• Editor initial screen and assignment of reviewers: 2 weeks for 1st round; 1 week for later rounds.
• Review period: 6-8 weeks.
• Editor review and decision: 2-4 weeks.
• Decision email/total time in review: 10-14 weeks.
Toby Stock is a Professor of Accounting at Ohio University. Professor Stock received his Ph.D. in Accounting from Indiana University, and he has held academic and professional positions at Ohio University, the University of Colorado at Boulder, Indiana University, Miami University, and Arthur Andersen & Co. His publications have appeared in several academic and practitioner journals, including The Accounting Review, The Journal of the American Taxation Association, the Journal of Accounting Research, Advances in Taxation, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, and The Tax Advisor. Professor Stock was named editor of Advances in Taxation in July 2008.
Advances in Taxation accepts email submissions of manuscripts. If you wish to contribute to the series, or to submit a volume proposal, please contact the editor:
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Editor, Advances in Taxation
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The editorial board:
Kenneth Anderson: University of Tennessee, USA
Anthony P. Curatola: Drexel University, USA
Ted D. Englebrecht: Louisiana Tech University, USA
Philip J. Harmelink: University of New Orleans, USA
D. John Hasseldine: University of New Hampshire, USA
Peggy A. Hite: Indiana University-Bloomington, USA
Beth B. Kern: Indiana University-South Bend, USA
Gary A. McGill: University of Florida, USA
Janet A. Meade: University of Houston, USA
Michael L. Roberts: University of Colorado-Denver, USA
David Ryan: Temple University, USA
Dan L. Schisler: East Carolina University, USA
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