Penelope Tuck is Professor of Accounting, Public Finance and Policy at Birmingham Business School. Prior to joining Birmingham Business School, she has held academic positions most recently at Warwick Business School and previously at the Universities of Southampton and Buckingham. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales and a Chartered Tax Advisor. She was formerly a Senior Tax Manager with Coopers & Lybrand (now PwC). Penelope’s research areas are accounting in a public policy context, and taxation policy and practice from a social and institutional perspective.
Recent Refereed Journal Articles
Tuck, P. (2013), The Changing Role of Tax Governance: Remaking the Large Corporate Taxpayer into a Visible Customer Partner. British Journal of Management, 24: S116–S131.
Du Gay, Millo, Y. and Tuck, P. (2012) Making government liquid: shifts in governance using financialisation as a political device, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 30(6): 1083-1099.
Tuck, P., Lamb, M. and Hoskin, K (2011) Emergence of the Customer Concept in Inland Revenue Discourse and Practices: A Dilemma, Accounting and Business Research, 41: 357-374.
Tuck, P. (2010) The Emergence of the Tax Official into a T shaped knowledge expert, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 21: 584-596.
Oats, L. and Tuck, P. (2009) The Relationship between HM Revenue & Customs and the Large Corporate Taxpayer: the Changing Role of Accountants, Research Report for the Centre for Business Performance of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, London.
P Tuck (2012) A study of the changing relationship between large corporates and the Inland Revenue. In Taxation: A Fieldwork Research Handbook. Ed. L Oats. UK: Routledge.
L.Oats and Tuck, P. (2012) The changing role of accountants in HMRC. In Taxation: A Fieldwork Research Handbook. Ed. L Oats. UK: Routledge, Chapter 20.
L. Oats and Tuck, P. (2009) The increasing use of financial reporting specialists to secure tax compliance: A UK Study in Tax Administration: Safe Harbours, Birmingham: Fiscal Publications,