10th Queensland Tax Researcher Symposium


  • Date8.30am Wednesday 3 July 2019

  • WhereRoom 212, Sir Llew Edwards, UQ St Lucia

  • DateRegister by 21June 2019

Join us as we bring together academics, research higher degree students, tax practitioners and ATO professionals to present and discuss their research.

This free event, hosted by UQ Law School, will bring together expert minds from across Queensland and Australia. RSVP today to secure your place.

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The closing date for the submission of abstracts is 10 June 2019. You will be notified of the acceptance of your paper by 17 June 2019.

Abstract length: 800 to 1000 words
Referencing: AGLC 4

QTRS is a facilitative and collegial forum.

You do not have to submit a full paper before the event.  But we encourage you to share your paper or presentation slides with delegates.  Electronic versions of these will be uploaded to the QTRS website.

If your abstract is accepted, please provide an electronic version of any of the following for upload to QTRS , by latest 21 June 2019:

  • Full version of the paper, including author names and institutions/affiliations.  You may omit the abstract from the paper.
  • A detailed outline of the paper.
  • Presentation slides.

There are two categories for abstract submissions:

  • General submissions.
  • PhD student submissions - this category provides a platform for PhD students to present their current research.  Abstracts written jointly by PhD students and supervisors are accepted in this category, provided the PhD candidate will be present to deliver the paper.

Three prizes will be awarded:

  • Best paper: Eligibility is the submission of a full paper by 21 June 2019
  • Best PhD abstract
  • Best abstract.

Submit abstract



We thank the sponsors of the 10th Queensland Tax Researcher Symposium. View sponsors.


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