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  • Lillian Mills and John Robinson
    Lillian Mills and John Robinson
    Professor Lillian Mills was awarded the Ray M. Sommerfeld Outstanding Tax Educator Award for her amazing work in education and research, while the ATA has announced Professor John Robinson as president-elect.

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Beyond the Brothel
Raji Srinivasan
Nita Umashankar

Think Before You Link
Rajiv Garg
Signs, Signs, Everywhere a Sign
Susan Broniarczyk
Leigh McAlister

Shaking Hands with the Taxman
Jeri Seidman

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The University of Texas prides itself on its faculty’s high caliber of research in every field. In the last two years, UT directed $1.1 billion toward sponsored research. The McCombs School of Business upholds the high standards of the university each year with faculty members receiving prestigious awards within their fields. Faculty members often collaborate with both local and international companies and scholars.

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McCombs Accounting Ph.D. Grads

ASU assistant professor Jennifer Brown wins the ATA Tax Manuscript Award, while Stanford assistant professor Lisa De Simone receives the ATA/PWC Outstanding Dissertation Award and the Outstanding International Accounting Dissertation Award.

African Marketing Confederation | July 1, 2014

Professor Vijay Mahajan, author of Africa Rising, explains why he’s bullish on Africa’s prospects.


IR Magazine | June 30, 2014

Research by Dr. Shuping Chen reveals that a lack of questions following an earnings conference call can significantly hurt a company’s stock price.

Washington Post | April 11, 2014

GM’s massive recall has prompted a national discussion about safety and corporate responsibility. Dr. Ethan Burris suggests that companies like GM develop a system for evaluating employees’ recommendations or risk decision paralysis.


Texas Public Radio | April 8, 2014

In an interview with NPR, Dr. Emily Amanatullah explains why women are good negotiators – but how they’re perceived depends on whom they’re negotiating for.