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Publikationen

Pubi­ka­tionen zum Projekt

1. Penz, E., Hofmann, E., & Hartl, B. (2017). Foste­ring Sustainable Travel Beha­vior: Role of Sustaina­bi­lity Labels and Goal-­Di­rected Beha­vior Regar­ding Touristic Services. Sustaina­bi­lity, 9(6). 1056; doi:10.3390/su9061056 link

Präs­en­ta­tionen zum Projekt:

1. Hartl, Barbara & Hofmann, Eva. 2017. Trust & power in the sharing economy: An expe­ri­mental approach. EGOS Confe­rence, Copen­hagen, Denmark, 06.07.-08.07.

 

Weitere Publi­ka­tionen des Projekt­teams zum Thema "Colla­bo­ra­tive Consump­tion"

1. Hofmann, E., Hartl., B, & Penz, E. (2017). Power versus trust – What matters more in colla­bo­ra­tive consump­tion? Journal of Services Marke­ting, 31 (6).

2. Hartl, B., Hofmann, E., & Kirchler, E. (2016). Do we need rules for 'what's mine is yours'? Gover­nance in colla­bo­ra­tive consump­tion commu­nities. Journal of Busi­ness Rese­arch, 69(8), 2756-2763. link

 

Weitere Publi­ka­tionen des Projekt­teams zum Thema "Macht und Vertrauen"

1. Gangl, K., Pfabigan, D., Lamm, C., Kirchler, E., & Hofmann, E. (in press). Coer­cive and legi­ti­mate autho­rity impact tax honesty. Evidence from beha­vioral and ERP expe­ri­ments. Social Cogni­tive and Affec­tive Neuro­sci­ence. link

2. Hofmann, E., Hartl, B., Gangl, K., Hart­ner-­Tief­enthaler, M., & Kirchler, E. (2017). Autho­ri­ties’ coer­cive and legi­ti­mate power: The impact on cogni­tions under­lying coope­ra­tion. Fron­tiers in Psycho­logy, 1-15. link

3. Gangl, K., Hofmann, E., Hartl, B., & Kirchler, E. (2016). Power of Autho­ri­ties and Trust in Autho­ri­ties Deter­mine the Inter­ac­tion Climate and Tax Comp­li­ance. In D. Salter & L. Oats (eds.), Contem­porary Issues in Taxa­tion Rese­arch Volume 2 (p. 87-102). Birmingham: Fiscal Publi­ca­tions. link

4. Gangl, K., Hofmann, E., de Groot, M., Anto­nides, G., Goslinga, S., Hartl, B., & Kirchler, E. (2015). Taxpayers’ moti­va­tions rela­ting to tax comp­li­ance: Evidence from two repre­sen­ta­tive samples of Austrian and Dutch entre­pre­neurs. Journal of Tax Admi­nis­tra­tion, 1(2), 15-25. link

5. Hartl, B., Hofmann, E., Gangl, K., Hart­ner-­Tief­enthaler, M., & Kirchler, E. (2015). Does the sole descrip­tion of a tax autho­rity affect tax evasion? – The impact of described coer­cive and legi­ti­mate power. PLoS ONE, 10(4): e0123355. link

6. Gangl, K., Hofmann, E., Hartl, B., & Kirchler, E. (2015). The double-edged rela­ti­onship between coer­cive power and comp­li­ance with public autho­rity: evidence from a repre­sen­ta­tive sample of Austrian self-em­ployed taxpayers. SSRN working papers NR. 2667630. link

7. Gangl, K., Hofmann, E., & Kirchler, E. (2015). Tax autho­ri­ties’ inter­ac­tion with taxpayers: A concep­tion of comp­li­ance in social dilemmas by power and trust. New Ideas in Psycho­logy, 37, 13-23. link

8. Hofmann, E., Gangl, K., Kirchler, E., & Stark, J. (2014). Enhan­cing tax comp­li­ance through coer­cive and legi­ti­mate power of tax autho­ri­ties by concur­rently dimi­nis­hing or faci­li­ta­ting trust in tax autho­ri­ties. Law & Policy, 36, 290-313 link

9. Hofmann, E., Kirchler, E., & Schritt­wieser, E. (2014) Vertrauen als Garant für Koope­ra­tion und Steu­er­ehr­lich­keit. Wissen­schaft­liche Befunde für die Praxis. Steuer- und Wirt­schafs­Kartei, 20/21, 954-959. link