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Andrew Schmidt

Associate Professor

919-515-1008

Education

Ph.D., Accountancy, Arizona State University (2004)

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Department and Affiliations

Department of Accounting

Area(s) of Expertise

Tax, Financial Accounting

Research Publications

  • “Secondary Evasion and the Earned Income Tax Credit” [with Edward Werner (Drexel University)] The Journal of the American Taxation Association 27(2): 27-58 (2005).
  • “The Persistence, Forecasting, and Valuation Implications of the Tax Change Component of Earnings” The Accounting Review 81(3): 589-616 (2006).
    • ATA/PricewaterhouseCoopers Best Dissertation Award, 2005
  • “The Effects of Standardized Tax Rates, Average Tax Rates, and the Distribution of Income on Tax Progressivity” [with Govind Iyer (Arizona State University) and Ananath Seetharaman (St. Louis University)] The Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 27(1): 88-96 (2008).
  • “Structural Change in the Research and Experimentation Tax Credit: Success or Failure” [with Sanjay Gupta (Michigan State University) and Yuhchang Hwang (Arizona State University)]; National Tax Journal 64 (June): 285-322 (2011).
  • “Bias in Quarterly Estimates of Annual Effective Tax Rates and Earnings Management Incentives” [with J. Joseph Comprix (Syracuse University) and Lillian Mills (University of Texas)]. The Journal of the American Taxation Association 34(1): 31-53 (2012).
  • “Do Publicly Disclosed Tax Reserves Tell Us About Privately Disclosed Tax Shelter Activity?” [with Leslie Robinson (Dartmouth College) and Petro Lisowsky (University of Illinois)]. Journal of Accounting Research 51(3): 583-629 (2013)
  • “Firm and Investor Responses to Uncertain Tax Benefit Disclosure Requirements” [with Leslie Robinson (Dartmouth College)]; The Journal of the American Taxation Association (FORTHCOMING FALL 2013).

Other Publications

 

  • DISCUSSION of Tax Misreporting and Avoidance by Nonprofit Organizations” The Journal of the American Taxation Association 29(1): 87-92 (2007).
  • Best Discussion Award: The Journal of the American Taxation Association Conference, 2006

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