Miranda Stewart is a Professor at Melbourne University Law School and a Fellow of the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute at Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University. Miranda researches and writes on tax and public finance law and policy. Miranda's numerous authored or edited books include Tax, Social Policy and Gender (2017, ANU Press); Not-for-Profit Law (2014, with O'Connell and Harding, Cambridge U Press); Tax, Law and Economic Development (2013, with Brauner, Edward Elgar); Housing and Tax Policy (2010: Australian Tax Research Foundation) and Death and Taxes (2014, with Flynn, Thomson). Miranda was the inaugural director of the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute and is on the expert committee of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission of the Asia Pacific. She is currently researching on government and tax in a global digital economy.