Katharina Gangl
Katharina Gangl
Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna
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Tax authorities' interaction with taxpayers: A conception of compliance in social dilemmas by power and trust
K Gangl, E Hofmann, E Kirchler
New Ideas in Psychology 37, 13-23, 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
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
Effects of supervision on tax compliance: Evidence from a field experiment in Austria
K Gangl, B Torgler, E Kirchler, E Hofmann
Economics Letters 123 (3), 378-382, 2014
Enhancing T ax Compliance through Coercive and Legitimate Power of T ax Authorities by Concurrently Diminishing or Facilitating Trust in T ax Authorities
E Hofmann, K Gangl, E Kirchler, J Stark
Law & policy 36 (3), 290-313, 2014
Patriotism's impact on cooperation with the state: an experimental study on tax compliance
K Gangl, B Torgler, E Kirchler
Political Psychology 37 (6), 867-881, 2016
Confidence in the economy in times of crisis: Social representations of experts and laypeople
K Gangl, B Kastlunger, E Kirchler, M Voracek
The Journal of Socio-Economics 41 (5), 603-614, 2012
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
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
The dynamics of power and trust in the'slippery slope framework'and its impact on the tax climate
K Gangl, E Hofmann, M Pollai, E Kirchler
From mistrusting taxpayers to trusting citizens empirical evidence and further development of the Slippery Slope Framework
E Kirchler, E Hofmann, K Gangl
Economic psychology in modern world: collected papers/Eds. AN Lebedev …, 2012
Wealthy tax non-filers in a developing country: Taxpayer knowledge, perceived corruption and service orientation in Pakistan
K Gangl, E Kirchler, C Lorenz, B Torgler
Perceived Corruption and Service Orientation in Pakistan (August 13, 2015), 2015
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
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
Coercive and legitimate authority impact tax honesty: evidence from behavioral and ERP experiments
K Gangl, DM Pfabigan, C Lamm, E Kirchler, E Hofmann
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 12 (7), 1108-1117, 2017
Enhancing feelings of security: How institutional trust promotes interpersonal trust
G Spadaro, K Gangl, JW Van Prooijen, PAM Van Lange, CO Mosso
Plos one 15 (9), e0237934, 2020
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
How to achieve tax compliance by the wealthy: A review of the literature and agenda for policy
K Gangl, B Torgler
Social Issues and Policy Review 14 (1), 108-151, 2020
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 Tax Research 2, 87-102, 2016
The german ethical culture scale (GECS): development and first construct testing
C Tanner, K Gangl, N Witt
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1667, 2019
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