14th International Tax Administration Conference - New Frontiers in Tax Administration
7 - 8 April 2020
Time of event
Day 1: 08:30–17:15
Day 2: 09:00–17:15
The 14th International Conference on Tax Administration will bring together leading tax administrators, academics, and practitioners to explore the latest developments in revenue administration in Australia, across Asia and the Pacific, and globally.
Among the issues to be examined will include cutting-edge service delivery and compliance initiatives utilizing data analysis, tap and go technology, and artificial intelligence; data policy, cyber security, and regulatory development; and the globalization of revenue administration.
Tax dispute resolution and new approaches to protect vulnerable groups such as the elderly, impaired people, and remote communities will also be discussed.
- Analyze new, digitally driven business models and ways to administer taxes effectively
- Highlight tax administration trends, regional initiatives, and case studies from Asia and the Pacific, and Europe
- Provide lessons learned and policy recommendations for improving revenue administration design
- 50 participants expected, including government officials from Asian Development Bank developing member countries, and policy experts
- Enhanced knowledge of the latest tax administration policies
- Greater dialogue and networking among government agencies, international organizations, and the private sector toward strengthening revenue administration
- Papers presented will be considered for publication in a possible edited book
- Presentations will be uploaded on the ADBI website
How to register
By invitation or prior arrangement with ADBI.
To ensure the health and safety of event participants as the new coronavirus situation develops, registrants will be required to complete health clearance procedures and, depending on the result, may be refused entry to the event venue. The health clearance procedures are subject to change. Related questions may be directed to the event contact(s) above.
The University of New South Wales, Australia