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  • Donovan, Sean; O'Sullivan, Michelle; Doyle, Elaine; Garvey, John (Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.,, 2016)
                               Purpose: This paper presents an exploratory study of speaking up in international auditing firms. We examine two key questions: (i) what is the propensity of employees in training to ...
  • Frecknall-Hughes, Jane; Moizer, Peter; Doyle, Elaine; Summers, Barbara (Springer, 2016)
    As a contribution to the continuing debate about tax practitioner ethics, this paper explores the main streams of Western ethical thought that are relevant to tax practitioners work, most typically deontology and ...
  • Doyle, Elaine; Birdthistle, Naomi; Godwin, Adrian (Irish Tax Institute, 2008)
  • Buckley, Patrick; Doyle, Elaine; Doyle, Shane (International Forum of Educational Technology & Society, 2017)
    Gamification is presented in the literature as a pedagogical innovation that may increase student engagement and enhance learning. This study explores students’ perceptions of a gamified learning intervention deployed in ...
  • Killian, Sheila; Doyle, Elaine (2005)
    This paper investigates the factors that lead to tax aggression among tax preparers in South Africa. While much has been written on the factors influencing taxpayer propensity towards avoidance and evasion, relatively ...
  • Keegan, Brian (University of Limerick, 2017)
    An analysis of tax receipts in two jurisdictions, Ireland and the United Kingdom, points to the significance of fiduciary tax collection usually carried out by organisations. This research seeks to establish if the factors ...
  • Batrancea, Larissa; Nichita, Anca; Olsen, Jerome; Kogler, Christoph; Kirchler, Erich; Hoelzl, Erik; Weiss, Avi; Torgler, Benno; Fooken, Jonas; Fuller, Joanne; Schaffner, Markus; Banuri, Sheheryar; Hassanein, Medhat; Alarcón García, Gloria; Aldemir, Ceyhan; Apostol, Oana; Bank Weinberg, Diana; Batrancea, Ioan; Belianin, Alexis; Bello Gómez, Felipe de Jesús; Briguglio, Marie; Dermol, Valerij; Doyle, Elaine; Gcabo, Rebone; Gong, Binglin; Ennya, Sara; Essel-Anderson, Anthony; Frecknall-Hughes, Jane; Hasanain, Ali; Hizen, Yoichi; Huber, Odilo; Kaplanoglou, Georgia; Kudła, Janusz; Lemoine, Jérémy E.; Leurcharusmee, Supanika; Matthiasson, Thorolfur; Mehta, Sanjeev; Min, Sejin; Naufal, George; Niskanen, Mervi; Nordblom, Katarina; Öztürk, Engin Bağ ı ş; Pacheco, Luis; Pántya, József; Rapanos, Vassilis; Roland-Lévy, Christine; Roux-Cesar, Ana Maria; Salamzadeh, Aidin; Savadori, Lucia; Schei, Vidar; Sharma, Manoj; Summers, Barbara; Suriya, Komsan; Tran, Quoc; Villegas-Palacio, Clara; Visser, Martine; Xia, Chun; Yi, Sunghwan; Zukauskas, Sarunas (Elsevier, 2019)
    The slippery slope framework of tax compliance emphasizes the importance of trust in authorities as a substantial determinant of tax compliance alongside traditional enforcement tools like audits and fines. Using data from ...

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