Tax Evasion Indices and Profiles
The aim of the paper is to apply definitions and graphical devices currently used in the economic literature on poverty to individual data on tax evasion. Starting from simple indices, the paper presents composite indices and profiles of tax evasion and compliance, based on the three I�s of tax evasion: incidence, intensity and inequality. In the field of tax evasion, a stream of literature produces potentially a large amount of individual micro data using agent-based models: the aim of the paper is to enrich the analysis offered by these models with indices that take into account the whole distribution of taxpayers� evasion rates, rather than the usual average rate.
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- Pickhardt, Michael & Seibold, Goetz, 2014.
"Income tax evasion dynamics: Evidence from an agent-based econophysics model,"
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- Michael Pickhardt & Goetz Seibold, "undated". "Income Tax Evasion Dynamics: Evidence from an Agent-based Econophysics Model," Working Papers 201179, Institute of Spatial and Housing Economics, Munster Universitary.
- Pickhardt, Michael & Seibold, Goetz, 2011. "Income tax evasion dynamics: Evidence from an agent-based econophysics model," CAWM Discussion Papers 53, University of Münster, Center of Applied Economic Research Münster (CAWM).
- Michael Pickhardt & Goetz Seibold, 2011. "Income Tax Evasion Dynamics: Evidence from an Agent-based Econophysics Model," Papers 1112.0233, arXiv.org.
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- Sascha Hokamp & Michael Pickhardt, "undated". "Income Tax Evasion in a Society of Heterogeneous Agents – Evidence from an Agent-based Model," Working Papers 201035, Institute of Spatial and Housing Economics, Munster Universitary.
- Hokamp, Sascha & Pickhardt, Michael, 2010. "Income tax evasion in a society of heterogeneous agents: Evidence from an agent-based model," CAWM Discussion Papers 35, University of Münster, Center of Applied Economic Research Münster (CAWM).
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