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Karen Boll and Michael Tell

), God forvaltningsskik - om god opførsel i forvaltningen, Folketingets Ombudsmands beretning. Gammeltoft-Hansen H., Andersen J., Engberg M., Larsen K., Loiborg K., Olsen J., (2010), Forvaltningsret, 2. edition. Jurist- og Økonomforbundets Forlag. Grabosky P. N., (1995), Using Non-Governmental Resources to Foster Regulatory Compliance, Governance, 8(4), 527-550. Koerver Schmidt P., (2015), Når multinationale selskaber skal betale en fair andel i skat - en balanceakt i krydsfeltet mellem skatteret og corporate social

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Reijo Knuutinen and Matleena Pietiläinen

possible… either taxes are paid or not, am I right? Either they are paid according to legislation or something other is done. It is binary in my opinion, there is not the kind of continuum as in social issues. But taxes are taxes and there are certain constitutions for them and those constitutions have to be followed (Institutional investor D) As the excerpts convey, an investor’s absolute size, the volume of assets under management, and the challenges in analysis concerning tax issues may explain the current relatively low weight of tax issues in the ESG analysis. In

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Hans J.L.M. Gribnau and Ave-Geidi Jallai

. 2011 , 178). Thus, to understand the importance of reputation is to recognize “the social world” that helps a company to succeed, for a company “works” in the center of a network of cooperating stakeholders ( Fombrun 1996 , 21). A reputation is the result of judgments in moral terms for it is “the aggregate of many personal judgments about the company’s credibility, reliability, responsibility, and trustworthiness” ( Fombrun 1996 , 72). Thus, corporate reputation entails a “value judgement” ( Gray and Balmer 1998 , 679), for stakeholders take values into account when

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Michael A. Livingston

over the years, frequently expanding the analysis to include Denmark, Norway, Finland, and sometimes Iceland as well, and increasingly citing social and cultural policy 一 environmentalism, women’s rights, and an innovative, can-do spirit – as well as the more traditional economic aspects. A recent book, “The Nordic Theory of Everything” ( Partanen (2016) ), takes the analysis a step further, arguing that Finland and its neighbors are superior to other countries (especially the United States) in virtually every way. Taxes, and tax policy, fit uneasily into these

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Mats Höglund

psychological health in terms of a group- and organisation- psychological perspective. I discuss the tax officers’ chances to satisfy the taxpayers’ and the employer’s demands, from a behavioural analytical perspective . Behavioural analysis is an umbrella term for under-standing and changing behaviour, the purpose of which is to produce socially and psychologically valuable patterns of behaviour. The necessary conditions for implementing the Tax Agency’s goals are not only internal guidelines such as ethics policy, but also the qualifications, motivation, influence, stress

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Eleonor Kristoffersson

approach is, however, not the only possible approach to comparative law. The economic approach goes further than the functional approach in the sense that it does not only deal with which functions laws and institutions fulfill, but also askwhich laws and institutions that fulfill the functions in the most efficient way. When the economic approach is applied, benchmarks are often set in order to concretize economic efficiency. The economic approach tends to end up in identifying best practices or best solutions based on an economic analysis ( Avi-Yonah et al . (2009