Analyses and Studies of CASP
|Language||Polish and English|
|Edited by||Dominik J. Gajewski|
Centre for Analyses and Studies of Taxation, Warsaw School of Economics (Poland)
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The title Analyses and Studies of CASP is a (semi-annual) scientific journal focusing on taxation and presenting scientific articles discussing important current issues related to taxes, tax law, customs law and economic analysis of tax law. The purpose of the Journal is to disseminate information on tax issues from the national, EU, and international point of view in expert and scientific circles as well as among the society. The Journal presents the tax issues adopting an interdisciplinary perspective and taking into consideration the legal and economic aspects of taxation. Particular emphasis is placed on comparative studies: the comparison of empirical data from different countries in Europe and around the world and presentation of tax issues in a broader international context. The Journal provides access to the latest research results of prominent representatives of the doctrine of law. Each issue has a thematic character, devoted to a selected aspect of legal and economic analysis of the tax and customs law system.
The Journal is published in the Polish and the English language, both in paper and electronic form. Consecutive issues of the Journal are published on its website, in reference databases, and research repositories, in line with the adopted open access policy. The magazine is distributed in research centers around the world.
The journal is financed under the „Support for scientific journals” programme.
Twenty points are awarded for publications in the Journal.
The Journal is peer-reviewed (double-blind peer review).
It can be found in the following reference databases: BazEkon, ICM, CEJSH, Pol-index, CEON, and CEEOL.
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