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John D. Gallemore is a professor at the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School. He studies how firms’ economic and financial reporting behavior are shaped by corporate tax policy and enforcement. His papers have been published in the Journal of Accounting and EconomicsJournal of Accounting Research, Review of Accounting Studies, Management Science, and Contemporary Accounting Research.

Recent updates

Revised papers: 

  • Tax Policy Expectations and Investment

  • Corporate Tax Enforcement and Business Activity
  • Corporate Tax System Complexity and Investment

New papers: 

  • The Sound of Uncertainty: A Computational Linguistics Approach to Examining Managerial Acoustic Uncertainty in Conference Calls

  • Tax-Induced Organizational Complexity and Executive Performance Measurement

  • Does the Tax System Favor Superstar Firms?

  • More Regulators, More Tax Monitoring: Regulatory Fragmentation and Corporate Tax Burdens

  • Corporate Tax Planning and Industry Concentration

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