For Conference Programme and Papers click here
The Workshop's main theme is explained in the CALL FOR PAPERS. We would also welcome papers that enhance sociopolitical understandings of tax avoidance and its consequences.
The campus, set in over 200 acres of beautiful parkland, was conceived as a university town, with a series of modern, interlinked buildings grouped around open courtyards and pedestrian squares. Colchester is a historic town and Britain's oldest continuously inhabited town. It is at the heart of the Constable country. Why not stay longer and enjoy the historical sites, fine shops, restaurants, countryside, parks, scenic drives, miniature railway, zoo and other amenities. Further information about sites and places is available from Colchester Tourism website.
workshop will commence at lunch time on 3 July 2008 and end at lunch
time on 4
July 2008. The fee for attending the workshop is £95 per
delegate for earlybirds or £120 otherwise. So please book
The price covers single en-suite Bed and Breakfast
in Student Halls of Residence at campus, evening dinner on 3 July,
teas/coffees and mineral water at suitable intervals on 3 and 4 July.
Delegates not wishing to use Student Halls of Residence are advised to
book the non-residential option and supplement it with accommodation
elsewhere. Wivenhoe House Hotel
and Conference Centre is located at the
venue and delegates can book accommodation directly with the hotel.
A non-residential option is available at a cost of £50 for earlybirds or £75 otherwise. Limited accommodation for additional nights in Student Halls of Residence may also be available but is not guaranteed. Please use the booking form to book your place and mail/fax, or e-mail it to the address shown on the form.Additional overnight accommodation can be booked by delegates directly with Wivenhoe House Hotel and Conference Centre which is located on the campus.
Attendees are expected to pay their travel and accommodation costs.
papers are welcome and will be considered by the organising committee
other inquiries should be sent to Jeannette Marshall, Department of
& Management, University of Essex, Colchester CO4 3SQ, UK. Tel: +
(01206) 873376; Fax: + 44 (0)1206 873429; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME AND VENUE
Conference and registration will be held in Room 4N 6.1. which is in Square 4 of the campus. The entry is from a door near the post office or the local grocery shop. The venue will be signposted on the day of the conference.
A conference programme (which may
be subject to change is under construction) .