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Bradley Lindsey

Assoc Professor

Nelson Hall 3152

919-515-4434

Education

Ph.D., Accounting, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2006)

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Department and Affiliations

Department of Accounting

Area(s) of Expertise

Tax and financial accounting

Research Publications

  • Dyreng, Scott D. and Bradley P. Lindsey, “Using Financial Accounting Data to Examine the Effect of Foreign Operations Located in Tax Havens and Other Countries on US Multinational Firms’ Tax Rates,” Journal of Accounting Research 47:5, December 2009, 1283 – 1316.
  • Irving, James H., Wayne R. Landsman, and Bradley P. Lindsey, “The Valuation Differences between Stock Option and Restricted Stock Grants for US Firms,” Journal of Business, Finance and Accounting 38:3 and 4, April/May 2011, 395 – 412.
  • Dyreng, Scott D., Bradley P. Lindsey, and Jacob R. Thornock, “Exploring the Role Delaware Plays as a Domestic Tax Haven,” Journal of Financial Economics 108:3, June 2013, 751 – 772.
  • Dyreng, Scott D., Bradley P. Lindsey, Kevin S. Markle, and Douglas A. Shackelford, “The Effect of Tax and Nontax Country Characteristics on the Global Equity Supply Chains of U.S. Multinationals,” Journal of Accounting and Economics 59:2 – 3, April – May 2015, 182 – 202.

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