The Resource Study on tax evasion perceptions in Australasia

Study on tax evasion perceptions in Australasia

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Study on tax evasion perceptions in Australasia
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Study on tax evasion perceptions in Australasia
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eng
Summary
The authors conducted a survey of 967 undergraduate and graduate accounting, business and economics, law and medical students and faculty in New Zealand drawn from the Auckland area to determine their views on cheating on taxes (Study 1). The survey instrument asked whether it was justifiable to cheat on taxes if you had a chance. The survey instrument used a 10-point Likert scale that ranged from never justifiable to always justifiable. Results were tabulated and comparisons were made based on student status (graduate or undergraduate), academic major, gender, religion and age to determine whether any of these demographic variables made a difference. All the interaction effects between the variables were studied and were found to be insignificant. The results were then compared to data from similar surveys of 2270 non-students conducted in Australia (Study 2) and New Zealand (Study 3) that used different methodologies, had different sample populations and different demographics to determine if the findings of Study 1 confirmed the data collected from those two other surveys that used a different methodology and had different demographics
Citation source
In: Australian tax forum. - Sydney. - Vol. 25 (2010),
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  • Gupta, R. (Ranjana)
  • McGee, R
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English
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  • tax evasion
  • fiscal sociology
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Study on tax evasion perceptions in Australasia
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Study on tax evasion perceptions in Australasia
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