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Kevin Markle

Deloitte/Michael Licatta Faculty Fellow in Taxation
Department: Accounting and Information Systems
Office:
North Business Building
632 Bogue St Rm N219
East Lansing, MI 48824
Phone: (517) 432-2919
Curriculum Vitae
  • Biography
    Kevin is joining Broad after 6 years at the University of Iowa. He obtained his PhD from the University of North Carolina in 2010 (where he also got his B. Sc. several years earlier), and has previously held faculty positions at Dartmouth College and the University of Waterloo. He has taught both financial accounting and tax classes in both traditional and online programs, and looks forward to teaching tax in the master’s program and a research seminar in the doctoral program at MSU. Kevin's research focuses on international tax and has been published in The Accounting Review, The Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, and Contemporary Accounting Research. He has twice received funding from the International Tax Policy Forum, and his dissertation was chosen as the best tax dissertation by the American Taxation Association. Born and raised in Toronto, Kevin is very excited to be settling so close to the border with his wife, Robyn, and their four children. When not working, he loves to play hockey, coach his kids in sports, and ride his bike in all four seasons. 

  • Publications
    Article
    Markle, Kevin S. and Douglas A. Shackelford, 2012.  Cross-country Comparisons of the Effects of Leverage, Intangible Assets and Tax Havens on Corporate Income Taxes.  Tax Law Review, Volume 65, Issue 3.
    Article
    Markle, Kevin S. and Douglas A. Shackelford, 2012.  Cross-country Comparisons of Corporate Income Taxes.  National Tax Journal 65, 493-528.
    Article
    Markle, Kevin S. and Douglas A. Shackelford, 2014. "The Impact of Headquarter and Subsidiary Locations on Multinationals' Effective Tax Rates" in Tax Policy and the Economy 28, edited by Jeffrey Brown, National Bureau of Economic Research and University of Chicago Press (Chicago, IL.)
    Article
    Dyreng, Scott D., Bradley P. Lindsey, Kevin S. Markle and Douglas A. Shackelford, 2015. The Effect of Tax and Nontax Country Characteristics on the Global Equity Supply Chains of U.S. Multinationals. Journal of Accounting and Economics 59 (2-3), 182-202.
    Article
    Markle, Kevin S, 2016.  A Comparison of Tax-motivated Income Shifting in Territorial and Worldwide Countries. Contemporary Accounting Research: Volume 33 (Spring), pp. 7-43.
    Article
    Dyreng, Scott D. and Kevin S. Markle, 2016. The Effect of Financial Constraints on the Tax-motivated Income Shifting of U.S. Multinationals.  The Accounting Review: November 2016, Vol. 91, No. 6, pp. 1601-1627.
    Article
    Markle, Kevin S., Lillian F. Mills, and Braden Williams.  Implicit corporate taxes and income shifting. The Accounting Review: 95(3), pp.315-342. 
    Article
    De Simone, Lisa, Rebecca Lester, and Kevin Markle. Transparency and tax evasion: Evidence from the Foreign Accounts Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). Journal of Accounting Research: 58 (1), 105-153.
    Article
    Amberger, Harald, Kevin Markle, and David Samuel, 2020. Repatriation Taxes, Internal Agency Conflicts, and Subsidiary-level Investment Efficiency. The Accounting Review: https://doi.org/10.2308/TAR-2019-0259.
  • Courses
    • ACC 950: Seminar in Accounting Research
    • ACC 833: Federal Income Taxation of Corporations and Shareholders
  • Awards
    • Best Paper in Business Taxation Prize (young scholars)
      Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation Annual Symposium, 2011 for paper: A Comparison of Tax-motivated Income Shifting in Territorial and Worldwide Countries
    • American Taxation Association/PricewaterhouseCoopers Outstanding Tax Dissertation Award
      For dissertation paper: A Comparison of Tax-motivated Income Shifting in Territorial and Worldwide Countries

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