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Ed Outslay

Professor
Department: Accounting and Information Systems

Deloitte / Michael Licata Endowed Professor of Taxation
Department: Accounting and Information Systems

Office: N226 Business College Complex

Telephone: 517-432-2912

Email: outslay@broad.msu.edu



Income tax accounting, International tax planning, Mergers and acquisitions, business combinations and consolidations,

Articles:

  • "Back to the Drawing Board: The Structural and Accounting Consequences of a Switch to a Territorial Tax System" National Tax Journal, September 2013, forthcoming. With Michael P. Donohoe and Gary A. McGill.
  • "Through a Glass Darkly: What Can We Learn About a U.S. Multinational Corporation"™s International Operations from Its Financial Statement Disclosures?" National Tax Journal, December 2012, 65 (4): 961-984. With Michael P. Donohoe and Gary A. McGill.
  • "Assessing Professional Ethics in Tax: A Case on Uncertain Tax Positions." Journal of Accounting Education, Vol. 30 (1), March 2012, 80-99. With Susan P. Convery.

Books:

  • Brian Spilker, Ben Ayers, John Robinson, Ed Outslay, Ron Worsham, John Barrick, and Connie Weaver. (2013). McGraw Hill"™s Taxation of Business Entities, 2014 edition. McGraw-Hill.
  • Brian Spilker, Ben Ayers, John Robinson, Ed Outslay, Ron Worsham, John Barrick, and Connie Weaver. (2013). McGraw Hill"™s Taxation of Individuals. 2014 edition. McGraw-Hill.

In Proceedings:

  • Edmund Outslay. (2007). Comment to "Tax Planning under the Flat Tax" (Joseph Bankman and Michael Schler). Taxing Capital Income (pp. 285-290). The Urban Institute Press.
  • ACC 836: U.S. Taxation of Multinational Transactions
  • ACC 850: Accounting for Multiunit Enterprises

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