Erik Hoelzl
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Enforced versus voluntary tax compliance: The “slippery slope” framework
E Kirchler, E Hoelzl, I Wahl
Journal of Economic psychology 29 (2), 210-225, 2008
Preconditions of voluntary tax compliance: Knowledge and evaluation of taxation, norms, fairness, and motivation to cooperate
E Hofmann, E Hoelzl, E Kirchler
Zeitschrift für Psychologie/Journal of Psychology 216 (4), 209-217, 2008
Overconfident: Do you put your money on it?
E Hoelzl, A Rustichini
The Economic Journal 115 (503), 305-318, 2005
Trust and power as determinants of tax compliance across 44 nations
L Batrancea, A Nichita, J Olsen, C Kogler, E Kirchler, E Hoelzl, A Weiss, ...
Journal of Economic Psychology 74, 102191, 2019
A comparison of models describing the impact of moral decision making on investment decisions
E Hofmann, E Hoelzl, E Kirchler
Journal of Business Ethics 82, 171-187, 2008
Credit use: Psychological perspectives on a multifaceted phenomenon
B Kamleitner, E Hoelzl, E Kirchler
International Journal of Psychology 47 (1), 1-27, 2012
Framing of information on the use of public finances, regulatory fit of recipients and tax compliance
M Holler, E Hoelzl, E Kirchler, S Leder, L Mannetti
Journal of Economic Psychology 29 (4), 597-611, 2008
Gender stereotypes of leaders: An analysis of the contents of obituaries from 1974 to 1998
C Rodler, E Kirchler, E Hölzl
Sex Roles 45, 827-843, 2001
Effort and aspirations in tax evasion: Experimental evidence
E Kirchler, S Muehlbacher, E Hoelzl, P Webley
Applied Psychology 58 (3), 488-507, 2009
A matter of perspective: Why past moral behavior can sometimes encourage and other times discourage future moral striving
M Susewind, E Hoelzl
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 44 (3), 201-209, 2014
Price developments after a nominal shock: Benford's Law and psychological pricing after the euro introduction
T El Sehity, E Hoelzl, E Kirchler
International Journal of Research in Marketing 22 (4), 471-480, 2005
Wearing out your shoes to prevent someone else from stepping into them: Anticipated regret and social takeover in sequential decisions
E Hoelzl, G Loewenstein
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 98 (1), 15-27, 2005
Spending and credit use in the private household
E Kirchler, E Hoelzl, B Kamleitner
The Journal of Socio-Economics 37 (2), 519-532, 2008
Hindsight bias in economic expectations: I knew all along what I want to hear.
E Hölzl, E Kirchler, C Rodler
Journal of Applied Psychology 87 (3), 437, 2002
Price and its relation to objective and subjective product quality: evidence from the Austrian market
E Kirchler, F Fischer, E Hölzl
Journal of Consumer Policy 33, 275-286, 2010
E Kirchler, E Hölzl
na, 2005
Regulatory fit effects on perceived fiscal exchange and tax compliance
S Leder, L Mannetti, E Hölzl, E Kirchler
The Journal of Socio-Economics 39 (2), 271-277, 2010
Price perception and confirmation bias in the context of a VAT increase
F Christandl, D Fetchenhauer, E Hoelzl
Journal of Economic Psychology 32 (1), 131-141, 2011
Economic psychology: An introduction
E Kirchler, E Hoelzl
Cambridge University Press, 2017
Twenty-five years of the Journal of Economic Psychology (1981–2005): A report on the development of an interdisciplinary field of research
E Kirchler, E Hölzl
Journal of Economic Psychology 27 (6), 793-804, 2006
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