"The Discursive Failure in Comparative Tax Law" (American Journal of Comparative Law)

April 26, 2010

Omri Marian published an article titled, "The Discursive Failure in Comparative Tax Law," in the American Journal of Comparative Law's spring 2010 issue. The article argued that international and comparative tax scholars fail to produce meaningful discourse on comparative tax law, and suggested a possible framework for a productive academic debate in this field. The article was previously presented by Mr. Marian at a University of Michigan Law School conference on Comparative Taxation: Theory and Practice.