Part I Progression and Taxation
Professor Henk Vording and Proessor Onno Ydema, University of Leiden: The rise and fall of progressive income taxation in the Netherlands (1795-2001)
Associate Professor Cynthia Coleman, University of Sydney, Australia: The history of progressivity in the Australian tax system.
Mr Nicolas Delalande, Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne University, France: Tax reform in early twentieth century France: the politics and techniques of redistribution.
Professor Dr. Andreas Thier, University of Zurich: Traditions of wealth taxation in Germany.
Part 2 Empire
Professor Martin Daunton, Trinity Hall, Cambridge: Tax transfers: Britain and its empire in the nineteenth century.
Dr David Todd, Trinity Hall, Cambridge: French fiscal frustrations: the reform of the "impots arabes" in colonial Algeria, 1830-1919.
Ms Kathryn James, Monash University, Australia: We of the never ever: The history of the introduction of a goods and services tax in Australia.
Mr Philip Ridd, formerly solicitor of Inland Revenue: Privy Council tax cases - a ton of fun
Part 3 International
Dr John Avery Jones, CBE, Special Commissioner, Visiting Professor, London School of Economics: The history of the UK's first comprehensive double tax agreement.
Mr David Oliver, Centre for Tax Law, Cambridge: The Rule in G
Part 4 United Kingdom
Professor Chantal Stebbings, University of Exeter: Consent and Constitutionality in nineteenth century English taxation.
Mr John Pearce, Solicitor's Office, London: How central government learned about income 1842-1970.
Professor John Tiley, Queens' College, Cambridge: Death and Taxes