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As discussed in the previous section of the article, associations whose membership is comprised primarily of employed individuals or non-proﬁt organizations would not be expected to pay the lobby tax; and yet two such associations in the sample do so. Likewise, associations whose membership is comprised primarily of self-employed individuals would be expected to pay the lobby tax, yet 13 out of 15 such associations in the sample do not. Interestingly, tax factors are second among those chosen most frequently by survey respondents as signiﬁcant to the pay-or-notify decision.
Berton, W. , & Gavin, T. A. (1995). A comprehensive examination of accounting faculty publishing. Issues in Accounting Education, 10(Spring), 1–25. 30 ANNE L. CHRISTENSEN AND CLAIRE K. LATHAM APPENDIX List of Journalsa Academy of Management Executive (PN) (1) Accountancy Ireland (PA) (1) Accounting and Business Research (AA) (2) Accounting and Finance (PA) (1) Accounting Educator’s Journal (ED) (11) Accounting Enquiries (AA) (4) Accounting Historians Journal (AA) (2) Accounting Horizons (AA) (20) Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (AA) (3) Accounting, Organizations and Society (AA) (2) Advances in Accounting (AA) (12) Advances in International Accounting (AA) (4) Advances in Public Interest Accounting (AA) (1) Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting (AA) (2) Advances in Taxation (AT) (25) Administration and Society (PN) (1) Akron Business and Economic Review (PN) (2) American Business Law Journal (PN) (1) American Business Review (PN) (3) American Economic Review (AN) (1) Applied Financial Economics (AN) (3) Appraisal Journa1 (PN) (2) Arkansas Business and Economic Review (PN) (1) Asian Paciﬁc Journal of Management (AN) (1) Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory (AA) (15) Australian Accountant (PA) (1) Behavioral Research in Accounting (AA) (3) Beneﬁts Quarterly (PN) (1) British Accounting Review (AA) (1) British Tax Review (PT) (3) Business (PN) (2) Business Communication Quarterly (PN) (1) Business Forum (PN) (1) Business History (AN) (1) Business Quarterly (PN) (1) CA Magazine (PA) (5) Canadian Journal of Economics (AN) (1) Competitiveness Review (PN) (1) Computers in Accounting (PA) (2) An Examination of Tax Scholars’ Publications APPENDIX (Continued ) List of Journalsa Contemporary Accounting Research (AA) (15) Corporate Accounting (PA) (1) Corporate Controller (PA) (2) Corporate Tax (PT) (3) S Corporations: The Journal of Tax, Legal and Business Strategies (PT) (3) CPA Journal (PA) (92) Decision Sciences (AN) (1) Economic Journal (AN) (1) Economic Letters (AN) (1) Engineering Economist (PN) (1) Estate Planning (PN) (3) Financial Accountability and Management (AA) (1) Financial Analysts Journal (PN) (2) Financial Management (PN) (2) Financial Review (AN) (2) Financial Services Review (AN) (2) Government Accountants Journal (PA) (2) Government Finance Review (PN) (2) Housing Policy Debate (AN) (2) Internal Auditing (PA) (7) Internal Auditor (PA) (10) International Journal of Accounting and Education Research (ED) (9) International Journal of Forecasting (AN) (1) International Tax Journal (PT) (14) Issues in Accounting Education (ED) (8) Ivey Business Journal (PN) (2) Journal of Accountancy (PA) (36) Journal of Accounting & Economics (AA) (19) Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (AA) (17) Journal of Accounting Education (ED) (17) Journal of Accounting Literature (AA) (7) Journal of Accounting Research (AA) (40) Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance (AA) (14) Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Taxation (AA) (6) Journal of Agricultural Taxation and Law (PT) (1) Journal of American Academy of Business (AN) (1) Journal of Applied Business Research (AN) (11) Journal of Applied Economics (AN) (1) Journal of Asset Protection (PN) (1) 31 32 ANNE L.
Survey Results: Lobby Tax Questions (n ¼ 92). 8% 1 Choices are not mutually exclusive Tax Planning for the Lobby Tax 53 Accordingly, a binomial logistic (logit) regression is used to test the research proposition. 15 Model One employs the entire SOI sample of associations with lobbying expenses, and includes only those variables available from the SOI data. The results imply that ﬁrms with higher ratios of current assets are more likely to pay the lobby tax, as predicted. LOB%EXP is negative and signiﬁcant, implying that when lobbying expenses are large in relation to total expenses, the association is less likely to pay the lobby tax.