NFP Publications

1. Project Documents

2011

2012

2. Submissions and Evidence

3. Publications

3.1. Journal Articles

2008

2009

2011

2012

  • Ann O'Connell, F Martin and J Chia, 'Law, Policy and Politics in Australia’s Recent Not-for-profit Sector Reforms' Australian Tax Forum
  • Matthew Harding, 'Religion and the Law of Charity: A Liberal Perspective' (2014) 29 Journal of Law and Religion

3.2. Books & Book Chapters

  • Ann O'Connell, 'Charitable Treatment? A Short History of Charities in Australia' in John Tiley (ed), Studies in the History of Tax Law, Volume 5 (Hart Publishing, 2011) (order online here)
  • A O'Connell and J Chia, 'Advancement (or Retreat?) of Religion as a Head of Charity: A Historical Perspective' in John Tiley (ed), Studies in the History of Tax Law, Volume 6 (Hart Publishing, 2013)
  • F Martin and A O'Connell, 'Charities: Commercial Activity, Competitive Neutrality and Tax: An Update on Developments and Implications' Tax Specialist (2013)
  • Matthew Harding,  ‘What is the Point of Charity Law?’ in Darryn Jensen and Kit Barker (eds), Private Law: Key Encounters with Public Law (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2013)
  • Matthew Harding, Ann O'Connell and Miranda Stewart, Not-for-Profit Law: Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2014)

3.3. Monographs

  • Matthew Harding, Charity Law and the Liberal State (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2014)

4. Conference Presentations

2011

  • Matthew Harding, 'What is the Point of Charity Law?', Public and Private Law: Intersections in Law and Method, University of Queensland, July 2011
  • Matthew Harding, 'What is the Point of Charity Law?', Current Legal Issues Seminar, Queensland Bar Association, University of Queensland and Queensland University of Technology, July 2011

2012

  • Miranda Stewart, 'Doing Business to Do Good: Taxing Business of Charities', Australasian Tax Teachers Association Conference, Sydney, 16-18 January 2012
  • Ann O’Connell, 'Waiting for Godot: Not for Profits and Tax Reform', Joint Sydney Law School-Oxford Centre for Business Taxation Conference, 30-31 March 2012
  • Miranda Stewart, Commentator, Micah Burch, 'Policy Arguments Against an Unrelated Commercial Activities Tax on Charities', Joint Sydney Law School-Oxford Centre for Business Taxation Conference, 30-31 March 2012
  • Miranda Stewart, 'Doing Business to Do Good: A Comparative Perspective', Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, Hawaii, 5-8 June 2012
  • Ann O'Connell, 'Advancement (or Retreat?) of Religion as a Head of Charity: A Historical Perspective', Tax History Conference, Cambridge, July 2012
  • Ann O'Connell, 'Law, Policy and Politics in Australia’s Recent Not-for-profit Sector Reforms', International Society for Third Sector Research Conference, Siena, July 2012
  • Matthew Harding, 'Towards a Liberal Theory of Charity Law', Charity Law and Policy Unit, University of Liverpool, September 2012
  • Matthew Harding, 'Towards a Liberal Theory of Charity Law', Voluntary Sector Research Conference, University of Birmingham, September 2012
  • Ann O'Connell, 'Tax and Charities after the Global Financial Crisis', Tax and Company Law Post-GFC, Prato, September 2012
  • Miranda Stewart, Panellist, 'Cross-border Charitable and Other Pro-bono Contributions', International Fiscal Association 66th Annual Congress, Boston, 1-4 October 2012
  • Ann O'Connell, 'Charities: Commercial Activity, Competitive Neutrality and Tax: An Update on Developments and Implications', Not-for-profit Law and Regulation Conference, Sydney, October 2012