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Exploring the existence of distinct occupational taxpaying cultures

Published on 01 Apr 10 by "AUSTRALIAN TAX FORUM" JOURNAL ARTICLE

When individuals embark on their careers they may not only become acculturated into their occupational sectors’ day-to-day norms and practices, but also their taxpaying ones. To date, previous research studies on occupational taxpaying cultures (ie, norms and values) have adopted a qualitative approach. As far as we are aware, this paper is the first that provides evidence to support the existence of distinct occupational taxpaying cultures using large-scale survey data (with 11 occupational groups) in Australia.

Author profiles:

Dr Julie Susan ASHBY
Julie is currently based at the Institute of Education in London, where she is completing a 2-year fellowship focusing on financial attitudes and behaviours relating to youth transitions between school, university and work. Julie has a BSc in Mathematics, an MSc in Economic and Consumer Psychology and a PhD in Social and Economic Psychology, all from the University of Exeter.
Current at 1 April 2010

 
Professor Paul WEBLEY
Paul is Director and Principal of the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.
Current at 1 April 2010
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