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Article

Holland, Claire, and Taylor, Donnalee (2016) Was that said with a smile?: factors influencing effective online negotiations. Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 27. pp. 103-110.

Herrmann, Judith, and Holland, Claire (2016) Co-creating mediation models to meet cultural needs: two trainers' perspectives. Australian Dispute Resolution Research Network Blog, 26 September 2016 .

Dabner, Justin (2015) Linking the Tōkyō Emissions Trading Scheme. Journal of Japanese Law, 20 (39). pp. 169-198.

Kidd, Garry, and Place, Chantelle (2014) Effects of gender and sexual orientation on perceptions towards victims of child sex abuse. Asian Journal of Humanities and Social Studies, 2 (3). pp. 367-373.

Dabner, Justin (2013) [Paragraph 161] Proposed amendments to Pt IVA highlight its conceptual flaws, 01 March 2013. CCH Tax Week, 2013 (8).

Dabner, Justin (2013) [Paragrah 30] Bankers celebrate with Veuve at the Inter-Continental and then dine at Café Sydney. CCH Tax Week, 2013 (2).

Surbey, Michele K. (2011) Adaptive significance of low levels of self-deception and cooperation in depression. Evolution and Human Behavior, 32 (1). pp. 29-40.

Turton, David (2010) Wading in: environmental governance and Queensland's Clean Waters Act 1971. James Cook University Law Review, 17. pp. 46-82.

Dabner, Justin (2008) [Paragrah 1105] CGT and non-residents: the saga continues. CCH Tax Week, 2008 (49).

Dabner, Justin (2008) The Australian Tax Office/Tax Profession Partnership: lessons from a pilot interview program. Australian Tax Forum: a journal of taxation policy, law and reform, 23 (1). pp. 29-48.

Davies, Chris (2006) Criminal law and assaults in sport: an Australian and Canadian perspective. Criminal Law Journal, 30. pp. 151-158.

Secher, Ulla (2006) The doctrine of tenure in Australia post-Mabo: replacing the 'feudal fiction' with the 'mere radical title fiction' - Part 1. Australian Property Law Journal, 13 (2). pp. 107-139.

Secher, Ulla (2006) The doctrine of tenure in Australia post-Mabo: replacing the 'feudal fiction' with the 'mere radical title fiction'-part 2. Australian Property Law Journal, 13 (2). pp. 140-178.

Middleton, Tom (2005) The High Court's decision in Rich v ASIC [2004] HCA 42 and its potential impact upon ASIC's disqualification orders, banning orders and oral examinations. Company and Securities Law Journal, 23 (4). pp. 248-263.

Dabner, Justin (2005) There are too many witchdoctors in our tax courts: is there a better way? Revenue Law Journal, 15 (1). pp. 36-49.

Secher, Ulla (2004) The reception of land law into the Australian colonies Post-Mabo: the continuity and recognition doctrines revisited and the emergence of the doctrine of 'continuity pro-tempore'. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 27 (3). pp. 703-735.

Middleton, Thomas (2004) ASIC's investigation and enforcement powers - current issues and suggested reforms. Company and Securities Law Journal, 22 (8). pp. 503-530.

Dabner, Justin (2003) New Zealand proposals for the taxation of foreign investment: a view from across the Tasman. New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy, 9 (3). pp. 261-266.

Middleton, Tom (2003) The difficulties of applying civil evidence and procedure rules in ASIC's civil penalty proceedings under the Corporations Act. Company and Securities Law Journal, 21 (8). pp. 507-529.

Crowley-Cyr, Lynda (2002) 'A burger with the works please, hold the prions!': could statutory importation authorities be liable in torts if vCJD occurs in Australia? Griffith Law Review, 11 (2). pp. 377-407.

Dabner, Justin (2000) The spin of a coin: in search of a workable GAAR. Journal of Australian Taxation, 3 (3). pp. 232-252.

Book Chapter

Dabner, Justin (2015) Division 16K: effect of buy-backs of shares. In: Reilly, Jerry, (ed.) Australian Income Tax 1936 Commentary. Thomson Reuters, New York, NY, USA.

Petherick, Wayne, and Sinnamon, Grant (2013) Motivations: offender and victim perspectives. In: Petherick, Wayne, (ed.) Profiling and Serial Crime: theoretical and practical issues. Elsevier, MA, USA, pp. 393-430.

Reynolds, Henry (2013) Property, sovereignty and self-determination in Australia. In: Larmour, Peter, (ed.) The Governance of Common Property in the Pacific Region. Australian National University E Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia, pp. 123-126.

Surbey, Michele K. (2011) A brief narrative on development, subconscious processes, mating behaviour, and history of evolutionary psychology. In: Wang, Xiao-Tian, and Su, Yan-Jie, (eds.) Thus Spake Evolutionary Psychologists. Peking University Press, Beijing, China, pp. 167-177.

Dabner, Justin (2005) Commentary on 108-A of ITAA 1997: CGT asset rules. In: Murray-Jones, Ian, (ed.) Australian Tax Practice. Thomson Legal and Regulatory, Pyrmont, NSW, Australia, - .

Fiddick, Larry (2004) Natural law and natural selection: deontic reasoning as part of evolved human nature. In: Crawford, Charles, and Salmon, Catherine, (eds.) Evolutionary Psychology, Public Policy and Personal Decisions. Lawrence Erlbaum, Mahwah, New Jersey, USA, pp. 169-194.

Dabner, Justin (2003) Commentary on Division 220 of ITAA 1997: Trans-Tasman triangular imputation. In: Murray-Jones, Ian, (ed.) Australian Tax Practice. Thomson Legal and Regulatory, Pyrmont, NSW, Australia, - .

Conference Item

Dabner, Justin (2015) Resolving Australian tax controversies of the future: does the European convention on human rights suggest a better way? In: Annual Tax Research Network Conference. From: 24th Tax Research Network Conference, 9-10 September 2015, Hull, United Kingdom.

Dabner, Justin (2015) Japanese tax mission 2015: Australian tax practice. In: Japanese Tax Mission. From: Japanese Tax Mission, 19-25 September 2015, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

Dabner, Justin (2015) Resolving Australian tax controversies: does the tax jurisprudence under the European Convention on human rights suggest a better way? In: Presentations from the 24th Annual Tax Research Network Conference. From: 24th Annual Tax Research Network Conference, 9-10 September 2015, Hull, UK.

Dabner, Justin (2015) Three ways to skin a cat: fiscal responses to climate change: Australia, California and Tokyo compared. In: Presentations from the The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference. From: SLS 2016: The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference: legislation and the role of the judiciary, 1-4 September 2015, York, UK.

Dabner, Justin (2015) Fiscal responses to climate change in Australia: a comparison with California. In: Presentations from the 2015 Law and Society Association Annual Conference. From: 2015 Law and Society Association Annual Conference, 28-31 May 2015, Seattle, WA, USA.

Dabner, Justin (2015) The Australian and Tokyo Emissions Trading Schemes: two ways to skin a cat. In: [Presented at the Sydney-Tokyo Tax Conference 2015]. From: Sydney-Tokyo Tax Conference 2015, 16-17 February 2015, Tokyo, Japan.

Dabner, Justin (2015) Taxpayer protection under the European Convention on human rights: lessons for Australia? In: Presentations from the 2015 Australasian Tax Teachers Association Conference. From: ATTA 2015: Australasian Tax Teachers Association Conference, 19-21 January 2015, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Dabner, Justin (2011) Trials and tribulations in teaching tax law: tax it's much more than numbers! In: Presentations from the 23rd Australasian Tax Teachers Association Conference. From: 23rd Australasian Tax Teachers Association Conference, 19-21 January 2011, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. (Unpublished)

Book

Barry, Michael, Skinner, James, and Engelberg, Terry (2016) Research Handbook of Employment Relations in Sport. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.

Thesis

Middleton, Thomas H. (2007) A proposal for a uniform Australian regulatory model. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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