Faculty Research Series Presents Jeri Seidman, Accounting
"I didn't know you could get a Ph.D. in accounting!"
Jeri Seidman, Assistant Professor, Accounting
October 23, 2012 5:00 - 6:00 PM
, an assistant professor in the Department of Accounting, will first outline the different research methods and topic areas in academic accounting, before introducing a few particularly relevant and/or interesting papers in her area of archival tax research (primarily papers of interest to investors, but also depreciation of race horses just because it’s a fun paper.)
Finally, she will quickly cover a couple of her current working papers (equity compensation and tax avoidance, avoidance of US taxes by US multinational firms using foreign affiliates, and “enhanced relationship programs” between revenue authorities and firms.)
Jeri Seidman received her Ph.D from the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2008. Her research interest include corporate tax, financial reporting of income taxes and multi-jurisdictional transfer pricing. Prior to returning to grad school, Jeri received her B.S. and M.Acc. (tax concentration) from Case Western Reserve University and worked in the tax practice of Deloitte & Touche for five years.
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