James Chyz, assistant professor in the Department of Accounting and Information Management, is well on his way to becoming a nationally known tax researcher. Since earning his PhD at the University of Arizona, Chyz has authored a number of studies examining the effect of taxes on asset prices, financing and investing, and financial reporting decisions.
His paper entitled “Personally Tax Aggressive Executives and Corporate Tax Sheltering” was recently accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting and Economics. This is a premier accounting journal and is included as a Financial Times Top 45 journal.
His work has been published in such highly-respected journals as the Journal of Financial Economics, the National Tax Journal, and the Journal of the American Taxation Association. He has been invited to present his work at well-established research institutions and has been asked to discuss other research at nationally recognized conferences.
James Chyz, Do Tax Sensitive Investors Liquidate Appreciated Shares with a Capital Gains Tax Rate Reduction? with Oliver Zhen Li. National Tax Journal, September 2012.
James Chyz, Winnie Siu Ching Leung, Oliver Zhen Li, Oliver Meng Rui, Labor unions and tax aggressiveness, Journal of Financial Economics, Volume 108, Issue 3, June 2013: 675-698.
James Chyz, Dan S. Dhaliwal, William C. Schwartz, Jr., and John L. Campbell, Did the 2003 Tax Act Increase Capital Investments by Corporations?, Journal of the American Taxation Association. (forthcoming)