Below you find the html version of the program. If you click on the session slot a new page will open with all sessions in this slot. To download a paper please click on the paper title (downloading requires a user ID and a password).

The program is based on a 24h clock, where 00h00 to 12h00 corresponds to 'am' and 13h00 to 24h00 corresponds to 'pm'.


     Thursday, July 28 (University Castle, Aula)
 17h00  -  18h00    Registration 
 18h00  -   18h15    Opening of Conference and Welcome Addresses
 18h15  -  20h00  

 Erich Kirchler,
 University of Vienna, Austria

  Psychology of Tax Behavior - Mapping the Field 

 20h00  -  21h00    Welcome Reception
 21h00  -  24h00  

 Guided Pub Crawl Tour

The tour will take place in small groups. All groups will be guided by locals so that you all get to restaurants and pubs, which you may normally not find. 

Meeting points will be in the University Castle, Foyer, in the reception area.

     Friday, July 29 (Mercure Conference Hotel)
  8h30  -  10h30    Parallel Sessions A1 - A4
 10h30  -  11h00    Coffee Break / Mercure Foyer
 11h00  -  12h30    KEYNOTE ADDRESS 

 Benno Torgler
 Queensland University of Technology, Australia

 Psychophysiological and Neural Basis of Tax Compliance - Experimental Evidence

 12h30  -  14h00    Buffet Lunch / Mercure Restaurant
 14h00  -  16h00    Parallel Sessions B1 - B4
 16h00  -  16h30    Coffee Break / Mercure Foyer
 16h30  -  18h00    KEYNOTE ADDRESS

 James R. Alm
 Tulane University, USA

 Who Benefits from Tax Evasion?

 20h00  -  24h00  

 Gala Conference Dinner / Zwei-Löwen-Club

The Zwei-Löwen-Club (Two-Lions-Club) is located in about 5 to 10 minutes walking distance from the Mercure Conference Hotel, at “Am Kanonengraben 9”. It is a larger brick building with two large white entrance doors guarded by two lions (set in stone).

     Saturday, July 30 (Mercure Conference Hotel)
  9h00  -  10h30    Parallel Sessions C1 - C4
 10h30  -  11h00    Coffee Break / Mercure Foyer
 11h00  -  12h30  


 Brigitte Unger,
Utrecht University, The Netherlands

 Does Money Laundering Decrease?

 12h30  -  14h00    Buffet Lunch / Mercure Restaurant
 14h00  -  16h00    Parallel Sessions D1 - D4
 16h00  -  16h30    Coffee Break / Mercure Foyer
 16h30  -  18h30    Parallel Sessions E1 - E4
 20h00  -  24h00  

 The Münster Harbor Tour
 (Meet at Mercure Conference Hotel Entrance)

We will then go in small groups toward the Münster Harbor area, where we will find a number of nice restaurants and pubs, can sit outside along the harbor basin, watch boats passing by on the Dortmund-Ems canal … and discuss new research ideas …

     Sunday, July 31
 10h30  -  12h30  

Guided Münster Walking and Sight Seeing Tour in the Historical City Center
(Meet at Mercure Conference Hotel Entrance, shortly before 10h30)

 12h30  -  14h00   Lunch at Leisure alongside Lake Aa
 Option 1   Visit to the 'Mühlenhof', 
Including a Short Boat Trip on Lake Aa
 14h30  -  17h30   Mühlenhof is an open-air museum located in a romantic park landscape. It shows the rural life in the vicinity of the city of Münster in the last 400 years. At its center it has a windmill from which the German name 'Mühlenhof' (mill yard) is derived. The museum offers an unique impression of different aspects of the peasants' life over the centuries, but also invites for recreation.  
 Option 2   Visit to the Museum of Lacquer Art ('Museum für Lackkunst')
 14h30  -  17h30   The 'Museum für Lackkunst' is a very special museum which represents a collection of historical lacquers. Originally based on two private collections the museum opened in 1993 after the aquisition of the collection by the German company BASF Coatings which is also located in Münster. The main collection consists of lacquer art from China/Korea, Japan, Europe and Russia as well as lacquer art from the Islamic world.
Participants will be asked upon arrival at the conference desk which option they prefer. There is no need for any pre-booking.