Complexity Reference: compref658 (BibTex)

Authors: Burton,M Dirkis,M

Year: 1996

Title: Defining Legislative Complexity - A Case study: the tax law improvement porject

Journal: Univeristy of Tasmania Law Review, 14, 198-215

Comments: Looks at both piecmela approaches such as standard of english and length as well as "How readily a reasonably certain answer to a particular (Tax) problem may be ascertained". Also concludes that "the nature of complexity will depend upon the perspective from which the legislation is viewed.


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Bruce Edmonds, Centre for Policy Modelling, Manchester Metropolitan University