VISION: Journal of Indian Taxation




VISION: Journal of Indian Taxation

Publisher: Journal Press India
Editor: Dr. M. M. Sury
Online ISSN: 2395-2571, Print ISSN: 2347-4475
Frequency: Biannual

Description:

Vision is a bi-annual referred journal that examines and analyzes policy and laws relating to taxation in India, affecting both domestic and international business. It acts as a forum for deliberation and exchange of ideas regarding opportunities and challenges arising from tax policy changes in India. The journal invites manuscripts which explore issues relating to both the theory and practice of taxation. It seeks to bridge the gap between academic research and tax practice by publishing papers for an overall understanding of tax system in India and its implications for business.

Table of Contents

Vol 7, No 2 (2020)

Articles

An examination of interrelationship between Central and States taxes in India before and after implementation of GST: A Johansen cointegration approach
DOI: 10.17492/jpi.vision.v7i2.722035 ,  Vol 7, No 2 (2020), Pagination: 
ABSTRACT |     Abstract Views: 171  | 
Impact of Fiscal Deficit on Macroeconomic Variables in India
DOI: 10.17492/jpi.vision.v7i2.722036 ,  Vol 7, No 2 (2020), Pagination: 
ABSTRACT |     Abstract Views: 157  | 
Predicting the Compensation under GST and its Impact on the Revenue Growth Post Compensation Period: A Study of the State of West Bengal
DOI: 10.17492/jpi.vision.v7i2.722037 ,  Vol 7, No 2 (2020), Pagination: 
ABSTRACT |     Abstract Views: 157  | 
International Double Taxation Relief Provisions in India : A Critical Analysis
DOI: 10.17492/jpi.vision.v7i2.722038 ,  Vol 7, No 2 (2020), Pagination: 
ABSTRACT |     Abstract Views: 158  | 
Revitalization of Inheritance Tax in India
DOI: 10.17492/jpi.vision.v7i2.722039 ,  Vol 7, No 2 (2020), Pagination: 
ABSTRACT |     Abstract Views: 152  | 
INPUT TAX CREDIT AND ITS IMPACT ON REAL ESTATE PRICES.
DOI: 10.17492/jpi.vision.v7i2.722040 ,  Vol 7, No 2 (2020), Pagination: 
ABSTRACT |     Abstract Views: 154  | 
Analysing the practice of Income Tax Authorities& Customs Authorities to hand over the seized materials to one another
DOI: 10.17492/jpi.vision.v7i2.722041 ,  Vol 7, No 2 (2020), Pagination: 
ABSTRACT |     Abstract Views: 156  | 
Doctrine of Mutuality & GST
DOI: 10.17492/jpi.vision.v7i2.722042 ,  Vol 7, No 2 (2020), Pagination: 
ABSTRACT |     Abstract Views: 158  |