Ethics and Tax Evasion in Asia
Robert McGee ()
The IUP Journal of Public Finance, 2007, vol. V, issue 2, 21-33
This paper analyzes the data on tax evasion that was collected as part of a much larger survey on human beliefs and values. Data from the Asian countries that were included in the survey are compared and contrasted. The opinions of participants are ranked by country in several demographic categories, including gender and age. The data gathered from some surveys of China and Thailand are also discussed.
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