Case Study Research and International Tax Theory

Abstract Over the last ten years, legal scholars have begun to use what they describe as “case studies” in an effort to develop better theories about how governments can or should impose taxation on international activities. The attributes and function of case studies, while well-studied and documented in other disciplines, has not been explored in tax law scholarship. This Article explores case study research in international tax law scholarship and…
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