Professional MBA; School of Accountancy
Ph.D., Indiana University, 1995
M.Acc., Miami University, 1984
B.S., Miami University, 1983
Effects of taxation of corporate decision-making.
Effects of taxation on merger and acquisition structure and pricing.
Ohio University, 2001-current
University of Colorado at Boulder, 1995-2001
Miami University, 1987-89
Arthur Andersen & Co., 1984-87
Stock, T., Chen, Y. (2010). "The Taxation of Contingent Consideration Transactions". The Tax Advisor.
Deeter-Schmelz, D., Stock, T. (2010). Customer Orientation, Performance, and the Moderating Effect of Marketing Information Characteristics in Consumer Markets: Some Research Propositions (th ed.). Poznan, Poland: Global Sales Science Institute.
"Security Analyst and Stock Market Efficiency in Anticipating Tax-Motivated Income Shifting," (with Phil Shane, University of Colorado at Boulder). The Accounting Review, 81 (1): 227-250 (January, 2006).
"An Empirical Investigation of Corporate Tax-Motivated Income Shifting" Advances in Taxation, 16: 147-177 (2004).
"The Amount and Timing of Goodwill Write-Offs and Revaluations: U.S. and U.K. Evidence" (with Henning and Shaw). Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting 23(2): 99-121 (2004).
"The Effect of Taxes on Acquisition Price and Transaction Structure," (with Henning and Shaw). The Journal of the American Taxation Association. 2000 Supplement, pp 1-17
2013 COB Excellence in Teaching Award
2010 COB Excellence in Professional Activity and Service Award
2008 COB Excellence in Teaching Award
2006 COB Excellence in Research Award
2006 Armbruster Research Scholar
2003 IFC/NPHC/WPA Teaching Award.
1998 American Taxation Association Tax Manuscript Award for “The Use of Financial Accounting Choice to Support Aggressive Tax Positions: Public and Private Firms,” (with Cloyd and Pratt).
University of Colorado Charles Guiney Research Scholar, 1998-2000.
University of Colorado Dean’s Teaching Scholar, 1997-98.
Price Waterhouse Tax Fellow, 1996-97.
Certified Public Accountant (Ohio, 1986).