Rebekah Moore

 

Assistant Professor, Accounting; DHG Faculty Scholar
moore3rd@jmu.edu
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Research and Teaching Interests
  • Investor perceptions and decision making around corporate tax behavior and disclosures
  • Financial reporting of taxes
  • Tax policy analysis
  • Intersection of taxes and corporate social responsibility
  • Tax disclosures in corporate sustainability reports 
Education
  • Ph.D., University of Tennessee, 2012
  • M.Acc., University of Tennessee, 2005
  • B.S.B.A., University of Tennessee, 2004
Positions Held
  • Assistant Professor, Northeastern University, 2012-2018
  • Associate, Tax – PriceWaterhouseCoopers, LLP, 2005 - 2007
Select Publications

Davis, A., Moore, R., & Rupert, T. (2022 forthcoming). Corporate Social Responsibility and Tax Management: The Moderating Effect of Beliefs about Corporate Tax Duty. Journal of the American Taxation Association.

Moore, R. (2021). The Concave Association Between Tax Reserves and Equity Value. Journal of the American Taxation Association, 43 (1): 107-124.

DeMatte, K., Hardeck, I., Inger, K., & Moore, R. (2021). Do Corporations Have a Social Responsibility Regarding Taxes? Tax Notes Federal, 171 (1): 52-61 and Tax Notes International, 102 (1): 62-71.

Furner, Z., Morrow, M., & Moore, R. (2017). U.S. MNCs Put Up a Fight on Additional Disclosure. Journal of Taxation, 127 (3): 110-115.

Furner, Z., Morrow, M., & Moore, R. (2017). The End of Deferral as We Know It? U.S. Multinationals Hope Not. Tax Notes, 155 (2): 231-239.

 

Awards and Recognitions
  • Recipient of Best Paper Award at the AAA Northeast Regional Meeting (2016) for “The Effect of Tax Expense Management and CSR Performance on Investor Perceptions of Firm Value and CSR Performance” with Ann Boyd Davis and Tim Rupert.
  • Recipient of PwC INQuires Research Grant (2015) for “The Effect of Tax Expense Management and CSR Performance on Investor Perceptions of Firm Value and CSR Performance” with Ann Boyd Davis and Tim Rupert.

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