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Grasmick, H.G. 16, 41, 44, 51–3, 71, 72, 101 Greenberg, J. 45, 55, 56 Gregory, R.J. 112, 270 Grey, S. 182 Griffin, D. 18 Griffiths, I. 231, 237, 239 group inclusive 43 ingroup and outgroup 74, 87 Guimond, S. 43 Gumley, W. 112 Gunningham, N. 113, 162, 279 Hafer, C. 43 Hanning, P. 60 Hardwick, P. 57 Harmelink, P.J. 52 Harris, N. 104 Harrisson, D. 132, 134, 153 Haslam, S.A. 43, 75, 76, 86, 87, 88, 89 Hasseldine, J. 60 Hawkins, K. 229 Hessing, D. 16, 42, 93 Heuer, L. 45 high wealth individuals 180, 205–28, 245–68, 280 tax planning 214–16 High Wealth Individuals Taskforce, ATO 9, 205–28, 245, 247–8, 259–60, 261–2, 266–7 communication 253–5 effectiveness of 249–50 fairness of 251–3 predicting risks 216–26, 250–1, 265–6 risk ratings 206–13 Hinchliffe, S. 136 Hite, P. 44, 52, 71 Hobson, K. 7, 56, 59, 122, 131–57, 150, 197, 279 Hogan, R. 46 Hogg, M.A. 74, 87 Hollander, E.P. 121, 123 Hollingsworth, J.R. 132, 134 Homans, G.C. 45 Honaker, D. 7, 111–29 leadership 151,191 organisational change 131, 148–9, 183, 197, 272, 280 Hooper, A. 132, 151 Hopkins, N. 79 Housing Industry Association 167 Houston, D.A. 80, 81, 82 Hughes, J.B. 136 Hughes, O.E. 111–12 Hunt, J. 122 Hunt, R. 112 Huo, Y.J. 46, 77 Hutter, B.M. 113 identity 7, 71–92 social 7, 62, 75, 79–80, 82, 86, 89, 93, 105 subgroup 75, 77, 80, 83, 85, 86, 89 superordinate 75, 76, 80, 83, 85, 86, 89 income tax 259, 280 Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 25, 30, 177 industry groups 167, 184 inequity 50, 77, 86 Inglis, M. 275 ingroups 74, 87
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Index 295 injustice, perceptions of 81–2, 83 Inland Revenue, UK 235, 236, 237 innovation 131–2, 133, 152, 197 Insko, C.A. 43 Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia 246 integrity 112, 269–87 definition of 270–4 external 273, 278 internal 100, 101, 273–4, 278 institutional 9, 15, 96, 97, 100–4, 106 Internal Revenue Service, USA 5, 57, 71, 88, 112 interpersonal skills 124–5, 126–7, 167 investment schemes 235, 239 Jackson, B. 53, 190 James, S. 17, 24, 71, 73, 87 Job, J. 7, 111–29, 159–76 leadership 151, 191 organisational change 131, 148–9, 183, 197, 272, 280 Johnson, G.G. 55 Joulfaian, D. 190 judiciary 161, 181, 192–3, 197, 235 decisions and reasoning 237, 239 Jung, W. 71, 72 Junger-Tas, J. 96 justice 41–69, 76–8 analytic levels of 46–8, 60–1 distributive 45, 48–54, 60–1, 77, 81, 83, 85, 87 informational 55–7 perceptions of 6, 46, 60–1, 77, 93 procedural 54–8, 60–1, 76,77–8, 86, 106, 147, 251 retributive 58–60, 61 justification 56, 97 Kagan, R.A. 4, 5, 16, 113, 160 Kanter, R.M. 118, 121, 126, 132, 134 Keating, Paul 258 Keenan, T. 49 Kelman, H.C.16 Kenney, F. 49 Kessler, T. 47 Key Client Manager 194–5 Killaly, J. 190 Kim, C.K. 50, 77 King, N. 126, 132 Kinsey, R.A. 16, 44, 51–3, 71, 101 Kirchler, E., 19 Kleiman, Mark 266 Klepper, S. 71 knowledge 135, 136, 139 Kraakman, R.H. 185 Kruse, L. 139 Kuhl, J. 17 Lalli, P. 139 Laplante, N. 132, 134, 153 large business 177–202 Large Business and International line, ATO 2, 8, 252 Large Case Program 177, 194, 249 Larsen, J. 114, 115, 120 Lasheras, M.A. 41, 44 Latour, B. 145 Laufer, W.S. 270 law attitudes to 230, 240–1 enforcement 186 interpretation of 230 rule of 238 Law Council of Australia 246 law reform 179, 186, 192, 199, 240, 246, 278, 282 Lazer, D. 278 leadership in the ATO 122, 151, 191 and the Compliance Model 124–5, 162, 164–8, 173, 198 and organisational culture 120, 271 learning, social 152, 153 legitimacy, tax office 7, 17, 35, 76, 88, 111, 139, 277
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296 Taxing Democracy perceptions of 115–18 Leisse, U.K. 47 Lerner, M.J. 45, 48 Leventhal, G.S. 45, 46, 48 leveraging, risk 182, 183, 184, 185, 197, 199 Levi, M. 180, 181, 189, 258 Lewis, A. 16, 17, 52 Lind, E.A. 44, 45, 54, 55, 56, 75, 77, 193, 251 lodgment of tax returns 25–6 Long, S. 17, 41, 71 loss cascading 208, 226 loss creation 245 Lundstedt, S.B. 50, 51, 53, 59 Lupfer, M.B. 80, 81, 82 Lynxwiler, J.P. 113 Machalek, R. 215 macrojustice 46, 47, 48 Magner, N.R. 55 Maital, S. 190 Major, B. 45, 47 Makkai, T. 16, 193, 251 motivational postures 3, 16, 17, 23, 80 responsive regulation 35, 96, 102, 104, 113, 185, 193, 251 Mann, L. 43, 77, 86 Marshall, I.H. 96 Mark, M.
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