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Publications

Pub­lic­a­tions on the Pro­ject

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

Present­a­tions on the pro­ject:

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

 

Fur­ther pub­lic­a­tions of the pro­ject team to "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

 

Fur­ther pub­lic­a­tions of the pro­ject team to "power and trust"

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