Effective Tax Policy Reform through Strategic Stakeholder Communication: Lessons from Australia
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This article analyses the role of stakeholders in tax policy reform with reference to the Australian experience in introducing a resource rent tax that replaced the existing royalty based system. It concludes that effective communication with key stakeholders can enable policymakers to undertake successful tax reform agendas in a democratic society.
Bulletin for International Taxation
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Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Engagement