Journal of the American Taxation Association (JATA)

Accessing the Journal

To access JATA articles and abstracts (1999 to present) go to the AAA publications site
To view abstracts of JATA articles from 1979 to 1998, see below.
View/Download Recently Accepted JATA Manuscripts

JATA Conference

The annual JATA Conference is held in conjunction with the ATA Midyear Meeting.
(Call for Papers for JATA Conference)

JATA Awards - JATA Outstanding Paper Award and JATA Conference Best Discussant Award

Publication Information

The Journal of the American Taxation Association is published twice a year (Spring and Fall) by the American Taxation Association. JATA is printed under the auspices of the American Accounting Association in Sarasota, Florida.

Plagiarism Policy

The AAA's Policy Statement regarding plagiarism applies for ATA journals. The policy can be found at:
 
Plagiarism Policy

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To expedite the review process, electronic submissions are required. All manuscripts must be submitted through the Manuscript Submission and Peer Review System of the Journal of the American Taxation Association, located at http://jata.allentrack.net, except for revisions of papers originally submitted before January 1, 2010; those revisions which should be submitted via email to the editor at JATA@aaahq.org. The site contains detailed instructions regarding the preparation of files for submission. To ensure anonymous review, please note that the article title page (with author names) must be in a separate file from the manuscript text. In the case of research using instruments (experimental material, questionnaires, etc.), this material also should be submitted in a separate file. With the exception of the cover page, the identity of the author(s) should be deleted from the files. Contact Professor Sansing if file compatibility or electronic submission presents a problem.

All manuscripts must comply with the JATA editorial policies and style guidelines. The submission fee of $150.00 for ATA members ($200 if no authors are ATA members) U.S. funds is to be paid by credit card following the instructions found at http://aaajournals.org/page/authors. The submission fee distinction is based on whether or not the submitting author is a non-member.

JATA Abstracts

JATA Abstracts from 1999 (Volume 21) through present are available in the JATA section of the AAA Digital Library.

JATA Abstracts from 1979 (Volume 1) through 1998 (Volume 20) are below.


Editors (Manuscripts)

Senior Editor
Connie D. Weaver
Texas A&M University
Mays Business School
Department of Accounting
College Station, Texas 77843
JATA@aaahq.org

Editors
Linda Krull
University of Oregon
lkrull@uoregon.edu

Stacie Laplante
University of Wisconsin-Madison
slaplante@bus.wisc.edu

Anne Magro
George Mason University
amagro@gmu.edu


2016 JATA Editor's Report

2015 JATA Editor's Report

2014 JATA Editor's Report

2013 JATA Editor's Report

2012 JATA Editor's Report

2011 JATA Editor's Report

2010 JATA Editor's Report

2009 JATA Editor's Report

2008 JATA Editor's Report

2007 JATA Editor's Report

Associate Editor (Book and Software Reviews)

Jay Soled
Rutgers University
Accounting, Business Ethics, & Information Systems
Phone: (973) 353-1727
Fax: (973) 353-1283
Email: jaysoled@andromeda.rutgers.edu

Letter from the President

Benjamin C. Ayers

Greetings! I hope your fall semester is off to a terrific start.

During the summer, one of the ATA planning items is committee assignments. The ATA continues to be successful largely because of the significant amount of time and talent our volunteers invest in a variety of ATA activities and events. Thank you to all who have served in the ATA in the past and to those who will do so throughout this year.

The ATA is investing in the future of the tax profession by sponsoring its second “Why Tax?” video competition. The competition requires students to prepare a one to three minute video that encourages a tax career track. Our Big 4 firm sponsors are again funding cash prizes for winners and dedicating...

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ATA Video Contest

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We know a career in tax promises change, challenge, unlimited opportunities, and excellent awards and we are looking for creative videos that will convince others. Encourage your classmates and friends to submit (may be an individual or a team submission with up to 4 team members) a short video (1-3 minutes) for a chance to win cash prizes

THE PRIZES

1st Place Grand Prize: $3,000
2nd Place Prize: $2,000
3rd Place Prize: $1,000
Viewer's Choice 1st Place: $1,200
Viewer's Choice Runner Up: $800

SUBMISSION FORM AVAILABLE BY
Wednesday, August 15, 2018

SUBMISSION DUE BY
Monday, November 5, 2018

ALL ENTIES ARE DUE BY
Monday, November 5, 2018

HOW TO ENTER

Beginning Friday, August 31, 2018 upload your video to YouTube, then visit aaahq.org/ATA-Video-Contest

ATA Memorial Fund

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Tax Career Center

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