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Michelle Nessa

Associate Professor
Department: Accounting and Information Systems
North Business Building
632 Bogue St Rm N251
East Lansing, MI 48824
Phone: (517) 432-3229
Areas of Expertise
  • Biography
    Michelle Nessa is an Assistant Professor in the Accounting and Information Systems Department at Michigan State University. She received her PhD from the University of Iowa. Her research interests include the effects of taxes on business decisions, tax enforcement, the taxation of multinational companies, and corporate tax planning.
  • Publications
    Acito, A. and M. Nessa. 2021. Law firms as tax planning service providers. The Accounting Review, forthcoming.
    Kim, J., M. Nessa, and R. Wilson. 2021. How do reductions in foreign country corporate tax rates affect U.S. domestic manufacturing firms? The Accounting Review 96 (3): 287-311.
    Nessa, M., Schwab, C., Stomberg, B., and E. Towery. 2020. How do IRS resources affect the corporate audit process? The Accounting Review 95 (2): 311-338.
    Gleason, C. A., L. F. Mills, and M. L. Nessa. 2018. Does FIN 48 improve firms’ estimates of tax reserves? Contemporary Accounting Research 35 (3): 1395-1429.
    Nessa, M. L. 2017. Repatriation tax costs and U.S. multinational companies’ shareholder payouts. The Accounting Review 92 (4): 217-241.
  • Courses
    • ACC 331: Federal Income Tax Accounting
    • ACC 850: Accounting for Multiunit Enterprises
  • Media Mentions

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