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  • 1.
    Elm, Nellie
    et al.
    Kristianstad University, Faculty of Business.
    Jankowiak, Weronika
    Kristianstad University, Faculty of Business.
    Skattekultur på en grå marknad: En studie av skatteattityder i byggbranschen2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Tax evasion is a questionable behavior in the construction industry and there are several signs that the actors in the industry have a tax avoidance behavior. This is seen in the publications of building council's publications and in the Tax Agency's investigations. Previous research shows that there are occupational groups with differences in culture where asymmetry occurs. This is termed subculture. There are various factors that negatively affect individuals' tax behavior and tax morale. However, it is also claimed that many still choose to do the right thing. Attitudes show the individual's approach to something. The aim of this study is to find support for the existence of a subculture in the construction industry with the examination of attitudes. The study has an abductive approach and examines attitudes in the construction industry to taxation, authorities, legislation, competitors' actions and to the construction industry's tax morale. The survey of attitudes has been conducted by interviewing four business owners. Interviews were supplemented with surveys that were sent out to several different companies in the construction industry. Results show that there are indications that there is a pattern in the respondents that indicates that there is a subculture in the construction industry. In this pattern, the players are mainly characterized by high awareness of prevailing tax fraud, which thus contributes to their having no choice and then chooses to break norms. The study examines a small number of actors that form only part of the entire population in the construction industry. Thus, the results should be reinforced with more extensive research.

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