The Journal has been providing its readership with an international forum for the dissemination of theoretical and practice-based research in the fields of property tax assessment and administration. The aim of the Journal is to develop theory and practice; to compare experiences internationally and to place policies, methods, techniques and practices in their fiscal, political and economic context. It seeks to encompass an increasing range of skills and disciplines which have an influence on property tax issues, including economics, public administration, mass appraisal, geographic and land information systems, law, valuation and technology. In addition to manuscripts submitted by academics and practitioners, the Journal also publishes invited papers by selected authors on topics of special interest.
(Canadian residents will be charged appropriate taxes)