Dr Maarten Rothengatter BA(Hons)(Deakin), PhD(UQ) Maarten Rothengatter is an Associate Lecturer at Southern Cross University’s School of Arts and Social Sciences, currently teaching Social Sciences/Sociology at the Gold Coast & Tweed Heads (Riverside) Campus. Prior to his academic career, Maarten was involved in the Banking, Finance & Insurance Industries in The Netherlands and Australia. His PhD thesis, ‘Taxing Taxis’—Limits and Possibilities for Regulating Tax Compliance Behaviours of Taxi-Drivers: An Australian Case Study’, which focuses on tax non-compliance among Australian cab-drivers, was completed at the University of Queensland in the field of Sociology and conferred in 2009. His research interests are in the areas of the Sociology of Work & Occupations; Deviance & Social Control; Tax Regulation & Governmentality; and Social Welfare. Maarten has been involved in collaborative, cross-institutional research and gained his teaching experience at Deakin University and the University of Queensland, prior to joining Southern Cross University, in 2006.
Social networks and tax (non-) compliance in a multicultural nation: emerging themes from a focus-group study among ethnic minorities in Australia, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research (2005)
Purpose – The purpose of this article is to explore the role that different structures...
'Taxing taxis’ - limits and possibilities for regulating tax compliance behaviours of taxi-drivers: an Australian case study, PhD thesis, University of Queensland, Brisbane (2008)
This thesis is both an empirical and theoretical contribution to the study of taxcompliance by...
Taxi driving as an occupation: a case study of the Geelong region, BA (Hons), Deakin University, Geelong (1996)
Social networks and tax compliance in a multi-cultural nation, The XV World Congress of the International Sociological Association (ISA) (2002)
Tax collection in Australia's cash economy: assessing revenue implications (with Bruce Wiegand), Sociological sites/sights: TASA 2000 conference (2000)
The discovery of 'cyber-grounded' collaborative research: notes from the social history of a research project on tax-compliance in Australia (with Bruce Wiegand), Sociological sites/sights: TASA 2000 conference (2000)
The contracting of an 'irregular' workforce in a 'regulated' environment? Taxi driving in the new millennium, Sociology for a new millennium: challenges & prospects: TASA conference proceedings, Melbourne, 1999 (1999)
Sticks, carrots or sermons?: improving voluntary tax compliance among migrant small-business entrepreneurs of a multi-cultural nation, School of Arts and Social Sciences Papers (2005)
The major aim of this working paper is to explore the roles that social networks...