Erich Kirchler
Erich Kirchler
Professor of Economic Psychology, University of Vienna
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The economic psychology of tax behaviour
E Kirchler
Cambridge University Press, 2007
Enforced versus voluntary tax compliance: The “slippery slope” framework
E Kirchler, E Hoelzl, I Wahl
Journal of Economic psychology 29 (2), 210-225, 2008
When social norms overpower competition: Gift exchange in experimental labor markets
E Fehr, E Kirchler, A Weichbold, S Gächter
Journal of Labor economics 16 (2), 324-351, 1998
Trust in authorities and power to enforce tax compliance: An empirical analysis of the “Slippery Slope Framework”
I Wahl, B Kastlunger, E Kirchler
Law & Policy 32 (4), 383-406, 2010
Trust and power as determinants of tax compliance: Testing the assumptions of the slippery slope framework in Austria, Hungary, Romania and Russia
C Kogler, L Batrancea, A Nichita, J Pantya, A Belianin, E Kirchler
Journal of Economic Psychology 34, 169-180, 2013
Why pay taxes? A review of tax compliance decisions
E Kirchler, S Muehlbacher, B Kastlunger, I Wahl
Developing alternative frameworks for explaining tax compliance 59, 2010
Everyday representations of tax avoidance, tax evasion, and tax flight: Do legal differences matter?
E Kirchler, B Maciejovsky, F Schneider
Journal of Economic Psychology 24 (4), 535-553, 2003
Voluntary versus enforced tax compliance: Empirical evidence for the “slippery slope” framework
S Muehlbacher, E Kirchler, H Schwarzenberger
European Journal of Law and Economics 32 (1), 89-97, 2011
Powerful authorities and trusting citizens: The Slippery Slope Framework and tax compliance in Italy
B Kastlunger, E Lozza, E Kirchler, A Schabmann
Journal of Economic Psychology 34, 36-45, 2013
Arbeits-und Organisationspsychologie
E Kirchler
Wirtschaftspsychologie: Individuen, Gruppen, Märkte, Staat
E Kirchler
Hogrefe Verlag, 2011
Preconditions of voluntary tax compliance: Knowledge and evaluation of taxation, norms, fairness, and motivation to cooperate
E Hofmann, E Hoelzl, E Kirchler
Zeitschrift für Psychologie/Journal of Psychology 216 (4), 209-217, 2008
Psychology, financial decision making, and financial crises
T Gärling, E Kirchler, A Lewis, F Van Raaij
Psychological Science in the Public Interest 10 (1), 1-47, 2009
Tax compliance inventory TAX-I: Designing an inventory for surveys of tax compliance
E Kirchler, I Wahl
Journal of Economic Psychology 31 (3), 331-346, 2010
Reactance to taxation: Employers’ attitudes towards taxes
E Kirchler
The Journal of Socio-Economics 28 (2), 131-138, 1999
Sex differences in tax compliance: Differentiating between demographic sex, gender-role orientation, and prenatal masculinization (2D: 4D)
B Kastlunger, SG Dressler, E Kirchler, L Mittone, M Voracek
Journal of economic psychology 31 (4), 542-552, 2010
Sequences of audits, tax compliance, and taxpaying strategies
B Kastlunger, E Kirchler, L Mittone, J Pitters
Journal of Economic Psychology 30 (3), 405-418, 2009
Simultaneous over-and underconfidence: Evidence from experimental asset markets
E Kirchler, B Maciejovsky
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 25 (1), 65-85, 2002
Do we need rules for “what's mine is yours”? Governance in collaborative consumption communities
B Hartl, E Hofmann, E Kirchler
Journal of business research 69 (8), 2756-2763, 2016
Tax authorities' interaction with taxpayers: A conception of compliance in social dilemmas by power and trust
K Gangl, E Hofmann, E Kirchler
New ideas in psychology 37, 13-23, 2015
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