Barbara Hartl
Barbara Hartl
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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
Does the sole description of a tax authority affect tax evasion?-The impact of described coercive and legitimate power
B Hartl, E Hofmann, K Gangl, M Hartner-Tiefenthaler, E Kirchler
PloS one 10 (4), e0123355, 2015
Power versus trust–what matters more in collaborative consumption?
E Hofmann, B Hartl, E Penz
Journal of Services Marketing, 2017
Authorities' coercive and legitimate power: the impact on cognitions underlying cooperation
E Hofmann, B Hartl, K Gangl, M Hartner-Tiefenthaler, E Kirchler
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 5, 2017
“Sustainability is a nice bonus” the role of sustainability in carsharing from a consumer perspective
B Hartl, T Sabitzer, E Hofmann, E Penz
Journal of Cleaner Production 202, 88-100, 2018
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
Fostering sustainable travel behavior: Role of sustainability labels and goal-directed behavior regarding touristic services
E Penz, E Hofmann, B Hartl
Sustainability 9 (6), 1056, 2017
The impact of powerful authorities and trustful taxpayers: evidence for the extended slippery slope framework from Austria, Finland, and Hungary
K Gangl, E Hofmann, B Hartl, M Berkics
Policy Studies, 2019
Geschlechterstereotype auf Führungsebene zwischen 1974 und 2010
B Hartl, E Kirchler, S Muehlbacher
Zeitschrift für Arbeits-und Organisationspsychologie A&O, 2013
Explaining consumer choice of low carbon footprint goods using the behavioral spillover effect in German-speaking countries
E Penz, B Hartl, E Hofmann
Journal of Cleaner Production 214, 429-439, 2019
Preferences for attributes of halal meat: empirical evidence from the Muslim community in Vienna, Austria
O Meixner, R Friedl, B Hartl
International Journal on Food System Dynamics 9 (3), 265-278, 2018
Taxpayers' Motivations Relating to Tax Compliance: Evidence from Two Representative Samples of Austrian and Dutch Self-Employed Taxpayers
K Gangl, E Hofmann, M de Groot, G Antonides, S Goslinga, B Hartl, ...
Journal of Tax Administration 1 (2), 1-11, 2015
Preventing conflicts in sharing communities as a means of promoting sustainability
T Sabitzer, B Hartl, S Marth, E Hofmann, E Penz
Sustainability 10 (8), 2828, 2018
Take me on a ride: The role of environmentalist identity for carpooling
B Hartl, B Kamleitner, S Holub
Psychology & Marketing 37 (5), 663-676, 2020
Collectively building a sustainable sharing economy based on trust and regulation
E Penz, B Hartl, E Hofmann
Sustainability 10 (10), 3754, 2018
Taxpayers’ motivations relating to tax compliance: Evidence from two representative samples of Austrian and Dutch entrepreneurs
K Gangl, E Hofmann, M de Groot, G Antonides, S Goslinga, B Hartl, ...
Journal of Tax Administration 1 (2), 15-25, 2015
Power of authorities and trust in authorities determine the interaction climate and tax compliance
K Gangl, E Hofmann, B Hartl, E Kirchler
Contemporary Issues in Taxation Research 2, 87-102, 2016
The relationship between Austrian tax auditors and self-employed taxpayers: Evidence from a qualitative study
K Gangl, B Hartl, E Hofmann, E Kirchler
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1034, 2019
Sharing economy
B Hartl, E Hofmann
A research agenda for economic psychology, 2019
Sharing Economy Platforms-Applying Trust Mechanisms to Substitute the Lack of Regulation?
B Hartl, E Hofmann
29th Annual Meeting, 2017
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