THE ETHICS OF TAX EVASION: A SURVEY OF ROMANIAN BUSINESS STUDENTS AND FACULTY
Robert McGee ()
The IUP Journal of Public Finance, 2006, vol. IV, issue 2, 38-68
This paper examines the issue of the ethics of tax evasion. It begins with a review of the literature and proceeds to discuss the three main views on the issue that have emerged over the last 500 years. The paper then reports on the results of a survey taken of Romanian business students and faculty.
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