Qualifications & Memberships
My research links my background as an accoutant with my interest in the humanities. In particular, I believe that the past can inform present practice, and provide a guide for future policy. Since accounting and taxation both affect the allocation of resources in society, the ethical effects of both should be uncovered and debated. I aim to contribute to this process.
- Harrison J., Marriott L., Yong S. and Vosslamber R. (2019) Guest editorial. Pacific Accounting Review 31(4): 549-552. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/PAR-11-2019-124.
- Vosslamber R. (2019) Tax failure: New Zealand's short-lived First World War Excess Profits Tax. Accounting History Review 29(1): 79-102. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21552851.2019.1590215.
- Yong S. and Vosslamber RJ. (2018) Race and Tax Policy: The Case of the Chinese Poll Tax. Journal of Australian Taxation 20(1): 147-164.
- Vosslamber RJ. (2017) Taxing or Penalising? Tobacco, Obesity and Taxation. Journal of the Australasian Tax Teachers Association 12(1): 166-192.
- Vosslamber RJ. (2016) What Looks Like a PST and Smells Like a PST...? New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy 22(2): 106-113.