Michelle Hanlon
Michelle Hanlon
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A review of tax research
M Hanlon, S Heitzman
Journal of accounting and Economics 50 (2-3), 127-178, 2010
29392010
Taxes & business strategy
MS Scholes, MA Wolfson, M Erickson, E Maydew, T Shevlin
Prentice Hall, 2014
20902014
Long‐run corporate tax avoidance
SD Dyreng, M Hanlon, EL Maydew
The accounting review 83 (1), 61-82, 2008
19912008
The effects of executives on corporate tax avoidance
SD Dyreng, M Hanlon, EL Maydew
The accounting review 85 (4), 1163-1189, 2010
15072010
The persistence and pricing of earnings, accruals, and cash flows when firms have large book‐tax differences
M Hanlon
The accounting review 80 (1), 137-166, 2005
11472005
What does tax aggressiveness signal? Evidence from stock price reactions to news about tax shelter involvement
M Hanlon, J Slemrod
Journal of Public economics 93 (1-2), 126-141, 2009
11432009
Is there a link between executive equity incentives and accounting fraud?
M Erickson, M Hanlon, EL Maydew
Journal of accounting research 44 (1), 113-143, 2006
8862006
Incentives for tax planning and avoidance: Evidence from the field
JR Graham, M Hanlon, T Shevlin, N Shroff
The Accounting Review 89 (3), 991-1023, 2014
6402014
Are executive stock options associated with future earnings?
M Hanlon, S Rajgopal, T Shevlin
Journal of Accounting and Economics 36 (1-3), 3-43, 2003
6112003
How much will firms pay for earnings that do not exist? Evidence of taxes paid on allegedly fraudulent earnings
M Erickson, M Hanlon, EL Maydew
The Accounting Review 79 (2), 387-408, 2004
4842004
What can we infer about a firm's taxable income from its financial statements?
M Hanlon
National Tax Journal, 831-863, 2003
4212003
Evidence for the possible information loss of conforming book income and taxable income
M Hanlon, S Kelley Laplante, T Shevlin
The Journal of Law and Economics 48 (2), 407-442, 2005
3722005
Changes in corporate effective tax rates over the past 25 years
SD Dyreng, M Hanlon, EL Maydew, JR Thornock
Journal of Financial Economics 124 (3), 441-463, 2017
3112017
An empirical examination of corporate tax noncompliance
M Hanlon, LF Mills, JB Slemrod
Ross School of Business Paper, 2005
2852005
An unintended consequence of book-tax conformity: A loss of earnings informativeness
M Hanlon, EL Maydew, T Shevlin
Journal of Accounting and Economics 46 (2-3), 294-311, 2008
2522008
Book-tax conformity for corporate income: An introduction to the issues
M Hanlon, T Shevlin
Tax policy and the economy 19, 101-134, 2005
2192005
Real effects of accounting rules: Evidence from multinational firms’ investment location and profit repatriation decisions
JR Graham, M Hanlon, T Shevlin
Journal of Accounting Research 49 (1), 137-185, 2011
2162011
The effect of repatriation tax costs on US multinational investment
M Hanlon, R Lester, R Verdi
Journal of Financial Economics 116 (1), 179-196, 2015
2152015
Accounting for tax benefits of employee stock options and implications for research
M Hanlon, T Shevlin
Accounting Horizons 16 (1), 1-16, 2002
1822002
The taxman cometh: Does tax uncertainty affect corporate cash holdings?
M Hanlon, EL Maydew, D Saavedra
Review of Accounting Studies 22 (3), 1198-1228, 2017
1622017
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