Tax Compliance



Trust and Power-Based Regulatory Strategies as Pathways Towards Corporate Tax Compliance

Large organisations are important for a country’s state budget. A considerable proportion of these organisations pay corporate income tax, but they also act as withholding… Read More ›

The Deterrent Effect of Whistleblowing on Tax Collections

While many countries use tax-related whistleblowing programs, the direct effect of these mechanisms is usually negligible (approximately, 0.05% in the US, and even less than… Read More ›

Behavioural Insights and Public Policy: A Discussion – Part 2

The closing panel of our recent Behavioural Economics and Public Policy conference included leading politicians and policy makers sharing their views on behavioural insights (BI)… Read More ›

Behavioural Insights and Public Policy: A Discussion – Part 1

The closing panel of our recent Behavioural Economics and Public Policy conference included leading politicians and policy makers sharing their views on behavioural insights (BI)… Read More ›

More Bang for Your Buck: What Makes People Less Willing to Pay Tax?

As Sven Steinmo states in his book Taxation and democracy, “Governments need money. Modern governments need lots of money.” This is no less true today… Read More ›

Tax Havens: The Little Islands That Are Costing You Big Money

This is the text of the public lecture, ‘Tax lurks of the rich and famous: Why tax havens harm Australia, and how we can curtail… Read More ›

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