Influence of individual ethical orientation on tax\ud compliance: evidence among Ghanaian taxpayers

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Nsor-Ambala, Randolph;

Even though Africa has constantly emphasized the need to reduce deficit financing through mobilization of more internal revenues, this has not been achieved. Perhaps encouraging voluntary tax compliance can improve internal revenue mobilization. This study explores the ... View more
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