Stephan Muehlbacher
Stephan Muehlbacher
Division of Work, Organizational, and Economic Psychology, Karl Landsteiner University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei kl.ac.at
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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
2862010
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
2682011
Combining psychology and economics in the analysis of compliance: From enforcement to cooperation
J Alm, E Kirchler, S Muehlbacher
Economic analysis and Policy 42 (2), 133-151, 2012
1502012
Testing the “slippery slope framework” among self-employed taxpayers
C Kogler, S Muehlbacher, E Kirchler
Economics of Governance 16 (2), 125-142, 2015
139*2015
" How can I help you?" Perceived Service Orientation of Tax Authorities and Tax Compliance
K Gangl, S Muehlbacher, M de Groot, S Goslinga, E Hofmann, C Kogler, ...
FinanzArchiv/Public Finance Analysis, 487-510, 2013
1322013
The slippery slope framework on tax compliance: An attempt to formalization
A Prinz, S Muehlbacher, E Kirchler
Journal of Economic Psychology 40, 20-34, 2014
1262014
Rethinking the research paradigms for analysing tax compliance behaviour
J Alm, E Kirchler, S Muehlbacher, K Gangl, E Hofmann, C Kogler, M Pollai
CESifo forum 13 (2), 33-40, 2012
1242012
Cooperative tax compliance: From deterrence to deference
E Kirchler, C Kogler, S Muehlbacher
Current Directions in Psychological Science 23 (2), 87-92, 2014
1212014
Tax compliance by trust and power of authorities
S Muehlbacher, E Kirchler
International Economic Journal 24 (4), 607-610, 2010
1062010
Origin of endowments in public good games: The impact of effort on contributions.
S Muehlbacher, E Kirchler
Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics 2 (1), 59, 2009
772009
Effort and aspirations in tax evasion: Experimental evidence
E Kirchler, S Muehlbacher, E Hoelzl, P Webley
Applied Psychology 58 (3), 488-507, 2009
762009
The impact of voting on tax payments
I Wahl, S Muehlbacher, E Kirchler
Kyklos 63 (1), 144-158, 2010
722010
What goes around comes around? Experimental evidence of the effect of rewards on tax compliance
B Kastlunger, S Muehlbacher, E Kirchler, L Mittone
Public Finance Review 39 (1), 150-167, 2011
562011
Uncertainty resolution in tax experiments: Why waiting for an audit increases compliance
S Muehlbacher, L Mittone, B Kastlunger, E Kirchler
The Journal of Socio-Economics 41 (3), 289-291, 2012
322012
Hard-earned income and tax compliance: A survey in eight nations.
S Muehlbacher, E Kirchler, E Hoelzl, J Ashby, C Berti, J Job, S Kemp, ...
European Psychologist 13 (4), 298, 2008
322008
Mental accounting and tax compliance: Experimental evidence for the effect of mental segregation of tax due and revenue on compliance
S Muehlbacher, B Hartl, E Kirchler
Public Finance Review 45 (1), 118-139, 2017
302017
Mental accounting of self-employed taxpayers: on the mental segregation of the net income and the tax due
S Muehlbacher, E Kirchler
FinanzArchiv/Public Finance Analysis, 412-438, 2013
262013
Taxperiments: About the external validity of laboratory experiments in tax compliance researc/Experimente in der Steuerforschung: Eine kritische Diskussion der experimentellen …
S Muehlbacher, E Kirchler
Die Betriebswirtschaft 76 (1), 7, 2016
242016
Informations-display-matrix. Einsatz-und Analysemöglichkeiten
S Muehlbacher, E Kirchler
Der Markt, Wien 42 (166/167), 147-152, 2003
232003
The impact of transaction utility on consumer decisions
S Muehlbacher, E Kirchler, A Kunz
Zeitschrift Für Psychologie, 2015
212015
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