The Australian GST Journal (AGSTJ) has been re-launched with a new look and feel.
We are moving to longer, quarterly issues which give us increased scope to publish substantive analytical papers on GST matters. This allows AGSTJ to match the quality of analysis and debate of our other journals such as Australian Tax Review.
For all papers submitted, we have introduced a formal (blind) Peer Review process, which conforms to the Higher Education Research Data Collection Specifications.
Published since 1998, AGSTJ remains the sole publication devoted entirely to the policy and practice of GST in Australia, with a track record of leadership in the analysis of GST issues. AGSTJ is essential reading for anyone wanting to gain real insights into the current GST landscape. The Journal’s readership includes the ATO, as well as many leading practitioners, some of whom also contribute articles.
We are currenty inviting submissions for articles for publication in 2012. For submission requirements and to submit an article, click here.