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Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Explaining the variance in tax compliance
Casey Mulligan reports on a Chicago dissertation that examined how "tax compliance" - the formal term for whether or not you pay all the taxes you owe - varies with the amount of integrity required in different occupations, as rated by an external source.
My quick internet investigation suggests that Oscar now works at the Ministry of Finance in Mexico.