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Sebastian Schulz

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Arnošt Veselý and Anna Zelinková

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Evangelia Petridou and Pär M. Olausson

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Ioanna Katapidi

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Magdalena Mouralová, Eva M. Hejzlarová, Rudolf Holík, Miroslav Hubáček and Anna Jeřábková

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Vilém Novotný

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Michal Sedlačko and Katarína Staroňová

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Mauricio Olavarria-Gambi

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H.K. Colebatch

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Zuzana Špačková

in Experiments with Public Goods (Doctoral Thesis). 109 pp. Masaryk University. Brno. Berná, Z., & Špalek, J. (2015). Factors Influencing Compliance Behavior in a Tax Laboratory Experiment. In Matějová, L., & Špalková, D. Proceedings of the 19th international conference Current trends in public sector research. 103-109. Berná, Z., & Špalek, J. (2014). Can Experimental and Behavioral Economics Inform Public Policy? Lesson from a Tax Compliance Experiment. In Lucie Sedmihradská. Proceedings of the 19th International Conference