Public health imperatives and taxation policy: the window tax as an early paradigm in English law
This paper examines government responses to a tax which was found to be injurious to the public health and assesses the place of the window tax in the formative period of modern fiscal policy.
Extended summary of paper presented at Cambridge History of Tax Law Conference, July 2010. The complete final version was published as a chapter in Tiley J (eds) Studies in the History of Tax Law, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2011 9781849462242
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