Benno Torgler is Professor of Applied Economics, Faculty of Business Economics and Finance, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.
His most recent research fields include, among others, behavioral and experimental economics, non-market economics, illegal activities (e.g., tax evasion, corruption, shadow economy, money laundering), sportometrics, public finance, and environmental economics. His work has been published extensively in leading journals including Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Public Choice, and Economics Letters. He has also published numerous book chapters and books including Tax compliance and tax morale : A theoretical and empirical analysis. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, 2007. His work has appeared in various newspapers and magazines worldwide, including Time Magazine, New York Times, Washington Post, and Neue Zuercher Zeitung.
He is editor of Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy and associate member of the Economics, Sport and Intangibles research group (ESI-rg) in Spain.
His Keynote address is on:
Psychophysiological and Neural Basis of Tax Compliance - Experimental Evidence.
Further information is available from his homepage.