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Penelope Tuck
Penelope Tuck
Professor of Accounting, Public Finance and Policy, Birmingham Business Scho
Verified email at bham.ac.uk
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Corporate tax avoidance: is tax transparency the solution?
L Oats, P Tuck
Accounting and Business Research 49 (5), 565-583, 2019
682019
Governance, tax and folk tales
K Morrell, P Tuck
Accounting, Organizations and Society 39 (2), 134-147, 2014
342014
Making government liquid: Shifts in governance using financialisation as a political device
P Du Gay, Y Millo, P Tuck
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 30 (6), 1083-1099, 2012
342012
The emergence of the tax official into a T-shaped knowledge expert
P Tuck
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 21 (7), 584-596, 2010
322010
How hybrid managers act as “canny customers” to accelerate policy reform: A case study of regulator-regulatee relationships in the UK’s tax agency
G Currie, P Tuck, K Morrell
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 2015
312015
The changing role of tax governance: remaking the large corporate taxpayer into a visible customer partner
P Tuck
British Journal of Management 24, S116-S131, 2013
262013
The (un) desirability of hybrid managers as ‘controlled’professionals: comparative cases of tax and healthcare professionals
G Currie, N Burgess, P Tuck
Journal of Professions and Organization 3 (2), 142-153, 2016
212016
Customers? The reconstruction of the ‘taxpayer’in Inland Revenue discourse and practice
P Tuck, M Lamb, K Hoskin
Accounting and Business Research 41 (4), 357-374, 2011
192011
The relationship between HM Revenue & Customs and large corporate taxpayers: The changing role of accountants
L Oats, P Tuck
Centre for Business Performance, 2008
172008
A study of the changing relationship between large corporates and the Inland Revenue
PAL Tuck
Typescript, 2007
112007
Public health interventions in English local authorities: constructing the facts,(re) imagining the future
J Brackley, P Tuck, M Exworthy
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 2021
32021
The Dynamics of the ‘Virtuous’ Organisational Identity: The Case of Regulating or Enabling Corporate Tax Compliance
P Tuck
Accounting, Finance, & Governance Review 20 (1), 25654, 2014
32014
Remaking the large corporate taxpayer into a visible customer partner: The changing role of tax governance
P Tuck
32011
Tax Havens: The Crisis of Transparency
M Konovalova, P Tuck, R Ormeño-Pérez
Taxation in Crisis, 73-102, 2017
22017
Tax complexity and the cost of debt
L Franklin, P Tuck
Journal of Applied Accounting Research, 2001
22001
In search of the owner: Regulating through transparency
M Konovalova, P Tuck, RO Pérez
Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 102421, 2022
12022
A tale of the merger between the Inland Revenue and Customs & Excise
P Tuck, D De Cogan, D Snape
Studies in the History of Tax Law 9, 2019
12019
The changing role of accountants in HMRC
L Oats, P Tuck
Taxation, 182-188, 2012
12012
Tax and Fairy Tales
K Morell, P Tuck
Elsevier, 2011
12011
No accounting for taste: remaking the large corporate taxpayer into a visible customer
P Tuck
12004
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