Pretoria, South Africa – The African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF), in collaboration with Juta and Company Ltd, today launched Volume 3 of the African Multidisciplinary Tax Journal (AMTJ).
The annual, double-blind peer-reviewed journal showcases exceptional research papers spanning the entire spectrum of taxation research.
With a distinctive focus on Africa, the AMTJ aims at being the source of original, evidence based and policy relevant multidisciplinary research in all areas of taxation.
The AMTJ also bridges the gap between academic researchers, policymakers, and tax practitioners across the continent. It serves as a reference point for researchers, government officials, and policymakers and influencers working on taxation in Africa.
The AMTJ is the brainchild of the African Tax Research Network (ATRN) annual Congress. It accepts papers presented at the congress, as well as those that were not presented but focus on taxation. The network encourages submissions of research papers utilizing various research methods, including theoretical, analytical, empirical, experimental, and field studies in all areas of taxation.