Studying and Identifying the Effective Factors on Tax Evasion by Fuzzy DEMATEL-Method

Document Type: Application

Authors

1 Department of Industrial Management, Sharg-e Golestan Institute of Higher Education, Gonbad-e Kavous, Golestan Province, Iran

2 University of Applied Science & Amp; Technology, Gonbad-e Kavous Branch, Golestan Province, Iran

3 Department of Accounting, Golestan Institute of Higher Education, Gorgan, Golestan Province, Iran.

10.22094/joie.2018.538228

Abstract

The main goal of this research is to identify the effective factors on tax evasion by fuzzy DEMATEL-method in Iran. At the present time tax evasion is one of the economic problems in developing countries. Our country has had in this problem for several decades. In this paper, we attempted to determine effective factors in tax evasion, and the relational structure of these factors is examined by fuzzy DEMATEL-method, and meanwhile to recognize their interaction, the hierarchy of the influence of these factors should be known, too. research results showed that among the effective factors, lack of law-makers, of dominance interference institutions which are not charge and the vast exemptions have the highest impact on tax evasion.

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Studying and Identifying the Effective Factors on Tax Evasion by Fuzzy DEMATEL-Method

Highlights

  • Identifying factors on tax avoidance in Golestan province.
  • Applying Fuzzy DEMATEL-Method in accounting and finance.
  • Designing the model of direct and indirect relations.
  • The recognition of hierarchy or the possible structure of factors on tax avoidance

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