Winners of the Nordic Tax Research Council’s article prize 2020 you will find here.
Nordic Tax Journal is a peer reviewed, open access journal that publishes original, scholarly works on all aspects of taxation. It aims to promote contemporary research of tax-related issues, from both legal and economic perspectives, and to provide a platform for academics, researchers, practitioners, administrators, judges and policy makers to enhance their understanding and knowledge of taxation in the Nordic region. Although we appreciate a Nordic angle in manuscripts, it is not a requirement.
Nordic Tax Journal is published by the Nordic Tax Research Council, a resource for academics, tax officials, practitioners and policymakers pursuing high quality tax research throughout the Nordic region.
The articles in Nordic Tax Journal are published continuously throughout the year. It is abstracted and indexed in numerous relevant services (listed under the "Abstracting & Indexing" tab), and ranked among the top law/economic journals in the Nordic region. The journal does not have article processing charges (APCs) or article submission charges.
Contributors are encouraged to submit their manuscripts to Nordic Tax Journal through its electronic submission system Editorial Manager.
The Nordic Tax Research Council's ARTICLE PRIZE €3.000 The Nordic Tax Research Council's Article Prize is awarded yearly to the author of an article published in Nordic Tax Journal (NTaxJ). As from 2019 a prize of 3.000 EUR is awarded at the Council's annual spring seminar, by the Council Chair and the Editor-in-Chief of Nordic Tax Journal. The assessment criteria for the Article Prize are the same as for publication in Nordic Tax Journal: high quality research on taxation relevant to the Nordic countries. Authors can apply to enter the contest when submitting a manuscript to NTaxJ.
Nordic Tax Journal is ranked on the following Nordic academic lists:
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Editor-in-Chief Professor Inge Langhave, Aarhus University, Denmark
Associate Editors Professor Reuven S. Avi-Yonah, University of Michigan Law School, U.S.A. Professor Ronald Davies, University College Dublin School of Economics, Ireland Professor Ruud De Mooij, International Monetary Fund, U.S.A. Associate Professor Lilian V. Faulhaber, Georgetown University Law Center, U.S.A. Assistant Professor Eivind Furuseth, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway Professor Åsa Gunnarsson, Umeå University, Sweden Associate Professor Åsa Hansson, Lund University School of Economics and Management, Sweden Professor Marjaana Helminen, University of Helsinki Faculty of Law, Finland Research Leader Seppo Kari, VATT Institute for Economic Research, Finland Professor Marko Köthenbürger, ETH Zurich and KOF Swiss Economic Institute, Switzerland Professor Liselotte Madsen, Aalborg University Faculty of Social Sciences, Denmark Professor Thorolfur Geir Matthiasson, University of Iceland School of Social Sciences, Iceland Professor Therese McGuire, Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management, U.S.A. Professor Daniel Ostas, University of Oklahoma Price College of Business, U.S.A. Associate Professor Dirk Schindler, Norwegian School of Economics, Norway Professor Joel Slemrod, University of Michigan Ross School of Business, U.S.A. Professor Peter Koever Schmidt, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark