Recent Refereed Journal Articles
P. Tuck, D. de Cogan, and J. Snape (2019), 'A tale of the merger between the Inland Revenue and HM Customs & Excise' in Peter Harris and Dominic de Cogan (eds.), Studies in the History of Tax Law, vol. 9, Oxford: Hart, page range TBC.
M. Konovalova, R. Ormeno-Perez and P Tuck (2017) Tax Havens: the crisis of transparency, in Taxation...in Crisis: Tax Policy, and the Quest for Economic Growth, Springer - Palgrave.
G Currie, N Burgess and P Tuck (2016) ‘The (un)desirability of hybrid managers as ‘controlled’ professionals: Comparative cases of tax and healthcare professionals’ Journal of Professions and Organization 3(2): 142-153.
G Currie, P Tuck and K Morrell (2015) ‘How hybrid managers act as 'canny customers' to accelerate New Public Management reform: A case study of regulator-regulatee relationships in the UK’s tax agency’ Accounting Auditing and Accountability Journal, 28(8): 1291-1309.
Tuck, P. (2015) ‘The dynamics of ‘virtuous organizational identity: the case of regulating or enabling corporate tax compliance’, Accounting, Finance and Governance Review: 25-41.
K Morrell and P. Tuck (2014) ‘Governance, Tax and Folk Tales’, Accounting, Organizations and Society, 39(2): 134-147.
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.
P du Gay, Y Millo and P Tuck (2012) ‘Making government liquid: shifts in governance using financialisation as a political device’, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 30(6): 1083-1099.
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,