Thesis title: A Re-Examination of the Nineteenth Century Income Taxes: The Commercial Interest as an Obstacle to Development
BA Law (Hons) – Christ’s College, University of Cambridge
LLM Corporate and Commercial Law (with distinction) – The University of Sheffield
Scope of Research
My thesis will consider the financial and socio-political implications of the taxation of commercial income at the time of the introduction, and re-introduction, of the first income taxes, as well as the involvement of commercial parties, in particular corporations, in the political development of the tax.
Sheffield Institute of Corporate and Commercial Law
Remedies in Private Law