Friday, March 28, 2014
- Cheryl Boudreau (UC-Davis) & Scott MacKenzie (UC-Davis), Wanting What Is Fair: How Party Cues and Information About Income Inequality Affect Public Support for Taxes
- James Chyz (Tennessee), Fabio B. Gaertner (Wisconsin) & Asad Kausar (Nanyang), Overconfidence and Aggressive Corporate Tax Policy
- Harvey Gilmore (Monroe Collegem), New York's Taxable Lap Dancing … At a Strip Club Near You!
- David A. Guenther (Oregon), Linda K. Krull (Oregon) & Brian M. Williams (Oregon), Are 'Tax Aggressive' Firms Just Inflating Earnings?
- Jeffrey Hoopes (Ohio State), Jacob Thornock (U. Washington) & Braden Williams (U. Washington), Is Sales Tax Avoidance a Competitive Advantage?
- Ilya Lipin (Villanova), Discovery of Tax Accrual Workpapers after Textron and Deloitte
- Carla Marchese (University of Eastern Piedmont), Tax Amnesties
- Robert McGee (Fayetteville State) & Adriana Ross (Florida International), Education Level and Ethical Attitude Toward Tax Evasion: A Six-Country Study
- Jon P. Nelson (Penn State), Binge Drinking, Alcohol Prices, and Alcohol Taxes: A Systematic Review of Results for Youth, Young Adults, and Adults from Economic Studies, Natural Experiments, and Field Studies