I am delighted to welcome you to our TARC blog. The blog covers all aspects of tax and tax administration broadly defined and it serves the purpose of a platform where research ideas and topical policies issues can be exchanged and discussed. More than ever now, tax and tax administration issues are of paramount importance for society and the TARC community can provide significance insights into the policy discussions and debate.
Professor Christos Kotsogiannis, Director of TARC
TARC (Tax Administration Research Centre) is an ESRC funded research centre based at the University of Exeter.
TARC’s mission is to deliver outstanding interdisciplinary research in tax administration and policy that addresses the major challenges and strategic priorities confronting policymakers and tax authorities today.
We conduct high quality research with a view to strengthening the theoretical and empirical understanding of the delivery and design of effective tax policies and operations. Our Research uses multiple methodologies, and the research team includes economists, accountants, experimentalists, lawyers, political scientists and psychologists.
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