Frank Murphy joined UConn in the summer of 2017 after completing his PhD in accounting at the University of Arizona. Frank started his accounting career at UConn and graduated with a B.S. in accounting in December 2007. After graduating from UConn Frank worked for 6 years at Deloitte Tax in Hartford prior to starting his doctorate. While working, he performed international tax consulting for Fortune 100 clients. During this time, Frank also completed a masters in taxation from Bentley University and became a licensed CPA in Connecticut.
- “Foreign Employment, Income Shifting, and Tax Uncertainty” with Katharine Drake and Nathan Goldman. The Accounting Review, (2022) 97 (2): 183–212.
- “Taxes and the Growth in Mutual Funds: Evidence from OBRA 1993” with Jim Stekelberg. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, (2021) 40 (3): 106859.
- “How does the U.S. taxation of foreign earnings affect foreign subsidiary decisions: Evidence from TIPRA 2005” solo-authored. Contemporary Accounting Research, (2023) 40(1): 729-757.
- “Tax Planning through Advanced Tax Rulings – An Exploratory Analysis Using the Luxembourg Tax Leaks” with Oliver Li and Stephen Lusch. forthcoming at European Accounting Review.