Emotionally intelligent tax policy: The case of higher education funding

Author/s (editor/s):

Ahmed, Eliza
Braithwaite, Valerie

Publication year:

2005

Publication type:

Journal article

Find this publication at:
https://openresearch-repository.anu.edu.au/handle/1885/42108

Abstract

The current study addresses the issue of discontent at a personal and policy level with higher education and its funding, and its relation to tax compliance among a graduate population. It examines the thesis that discontent with the provision and funding of higher education plays a significant role in lowering tax compliance through the mediational role of shame management and dissociation from authority.

Cite the publication as

Ahmed, Eliza, 2005, ‘Emotionally intelligent tax policy: The case of higher education funding’, Legal and Criminological Psychology, 10, 2, 291-308

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