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Why people pay taxes : tax compliance and enforcement

Author: Joel Slemrod
Publisher: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   Book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Experts discuss strategies for curtailing tax evasion

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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joel Slemrod
ISBN: 0472103385 9780472103386
OCLC Number: 26351980
Description: viii, 361 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Why people pay taxes: introduction / Joel Slemrod --
Taxpayer adaptation to the 1986 Tax Reform Act: do new tax laws affect the way taxpayers think about taxes? / Marco R. Steenbergen, Kathleen M. McGraw, John T. Scholz --
How taxpayers think about their taxes: frames and values / John S. Carroll --
The effect of audits and socioeconomic variables on compliance / Kurt J. Beron, Helen V. Tauchen, Ann Dryden Witte --
The influence of tax audits on reporting behavior / Brian Erard --
The corporate tax gap: evidence on tax compliance by small corporations / Eric M. Rice --
Analyzing income tax evasion using amnesty data with self-selection correction: the case of the Michigan tax amnesty program / Steven E. Crane, Farrokh Nourzad --
Can brute deterrence backfire? perceptions and attitudes in taxpayer compliance / Steven M. Sheffrin, Robert K. Triest --
Reciprocity and fairness: positive incentives for tax compliance / Kent W. Smith --
Deterrence and alienation effects of IRS enforcement: an analysis of survey data / Karyl A. Kinsey --
Does deterrence deter: measuring the effect of deterrence on tax compliance in field studies and experimental studies / Dick J. Hessing, Henk Elffers, Henry S. J. Robben, Paul Webley --
Deterrence and beyond: toward a kinder, gentler IRS / James Alm, Betty Jackson, Michael McKee --
The construction of compliance and the challenge for control: the limits of noncompliance research / Doreen McBarnet.
Responsibility: Joel Slemrod, editor.
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