Vol 42 No 2 (July 2010)

The second issue of Volume 42 was a special issue on Tax Law. The preface by Kim Brooks provides further details on the importance of this topic.

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PREFACE

Kim Brooks, “Tracking our Fiscal Footprint” pp 235–237
Citation info: (2010) 42:2 UBC L Rev 235
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ARTICLES

Allison Christians, “Global Trends and Constraints on Tax Policy in the Least Developed Countries” pp 239–274
Citation info: (2010) 42:2 UBC L Rev 239
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Yariv Brauner, “A Framework for an Informed Study of the Realistic Role of Tax in a Development Agenda” pp 275–329
Citation info: (2010) 42:2 UBC L Rev 275
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Tsilly Dagan, “Just Harmonization” pp 331–362
Citation info: (2010) 42:2 UBC L Rev 331
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Kathleen A Lahey, “International Transactions, Taxation, and Women: The Critical Role of Gender Analysis” pp 363–417
Citation info: (2010) 42:2 UBC L Rev 363
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Arthur J Cockfield, “Protecting Taxpayer Privacy Rights Under Enhanced Cross-Border Tax Information Exchange: Toward a Multilateral Tax-Payer Bill of Rights” pp 419–471
Citation info: (2010) 42:2 UBC L Rev 419
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THE WALTER S OWEN LECTURE

Mary Condon, “Canadian Securities Regulation and the Global Financial Crisis” pp 473–491
Citation info: (2010) 42:2 UBC L Rev 473
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