John William D'Attoma
John William D'Attoma
University of Exeter School of Business-Tax Administration Research Centre
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Are some countries more honest than others? Evidence from a tax compliance experiment in Sweden and Italy
G Andrighetto, N Zhang, S Ottone, F Ponzano, J D'Attoma, S Steinmo
Frontiers in psychology 7, 472, 2016
Willing to share? Tax compliance and gender in Europe and America
J D’Attoma, C Volintiru, S Steinmo
Research & Politics 4 (2), 2053168017707151, 2017
The role of gender in the provision of public goods through tax compliance
DM Bruner, J D'Attoma, S Steinmo
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 71, 45-55, 2017
Divided Nation: The North-South Cleavage in Italian Tax Compliance
J D'Attoma
Polity 42 (1), 2017
What explains the North–South divide in Italian tax compliance? An experimental analysis
J D’Attoma
Acta Politica 54 (1), 104-123, 2019
A nation divided: assessing the regional effects of institutions, social capital, and civic culture on tax morale in Italy
JW D'Attoma
Gender, social value orientation, and tax compliance
JW D’Attoma, C Volintiru, A Malézieux
CESifo Economic Studies 66 (3), 265-284, 2020
COVID-19 Changed Tastes for Safety-Net Programs
AR Jones, J D'Attoma, L Piolatto, Amedeo, Salvadori
NBER Working Paper, 2020
More Bang for Your Buck: Tax Compliance in Europe and America
JW D'Attoma
Journal of Public Policy 20 (1), 1-24, 2020
Hegemony or Dominance? A Gramscian Analysis of US Ascendancy
J D’Attoma
Critique: a worldwide journal of politics, 1-14, 2011
Trust in Government: Narrowing the ideological gap over the federal budget
KL Tuxhorn, JW D'Attoma, S Steinmo
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration 2 (1), 2019
A Holistic Approach to Studying Budget Preferences: Using Interactive Budget Tools for Social Science Research
J D’Attoma, KL Tuxhorn, S Steinmo
10 Paying is caring?
J D’Attoma, C Volintiru, A Malézieux
Behavioural Public Finance: Individuals, Society, and the State, 197, 2020
Gender, Social Value Orientation, and Tax (vol 66, pg 265, 2020)
JW D'Attoma, C Volintiru, A Malezieux
CESIFO ECONOMIC STUDIES 66 (3), 301-301, 2020
Corrigendum to: Gender, Social Value Orientation, and Tax
JW D’Attoma, C Volintiru, A Malézieux
CESifo Economic Studies 66 (3), 301-301, 2020
Measuring Budgetary Preferences Using Interactive Budget Simulations: A Holistic Approach
J D’Attoma, KL Tuxhorn, S Steinmo
Willing to pay?: dataset
S Steinmo, J D’ATTOMA, SM Noyon, N Zhang
European University Institute, SPS, 2018
Family and government insurance: Wages, earnings, and income risks in the Netherlands and the US
A Rees-Jones, J D'Attoma, A Piolatto, L Salvadori, R Blundell, M Borella, ...
Are Some Countries More Honest than Others? Evidence from a Tax Compliance Experiment in Sweden and Italy.
F Ponzano, N Zhang, S Steinmo, G Andrighetto, J D'Attoma, S Ottone
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