Margaret Reed

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Margaret Reed, PhD, CPA, CMA

Department Head and Professor-Educator of Accounting, Department of Accounting

303 Carl H. Lindner Hall

513-556-7054

Margaret P. Reed, CPA (PhD, University of Kansas) is the Department Head of Accounting and Professor Educator of Accounting. Professor Reed’s work experience includes audit and tax consulting positions with Deloitte & Touche, Laventhol & Horwath, and Sprint. Professor Reed teaches financial accounting, managerial accounting and taxation courses to undergraduate and masters students. Her research interests focus on the interaction of financial accounting standards and tax law, and how that interaction affects managers’ decisions about investment, particularly R&D investment. She has published research in Contemporary Accounting Research, Tax Notes and the Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting.

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Teaching Interest

Taxation, Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting

Research Interest

Corporate and Individual Taxation, Teaching Best Practices

History

Institution: University of Cincinnati

Title: Associate Professor Educator

Institution: University of Cincinnati

Title: Field Service Assistant Professor

End Date: 2007-08-31

Institution: University of Cincinnati

Title: Assistant Professor

End Date: 2002-08-31

Institution: Sprint

Title: Tax Analyst

End Date: 1993-08-31

Institution: Marks, Purinton, Stallings & Campbell

Title: Senior Accountant

End Date: 1993-01-31

Institution: Laventhol & Horwath

Title: Tax Senior

End Date: 1990-12-31

Institution: Deloitte & Touche

Title: Tax Senior

End Date: 1990-06-30

Assignments

Description: Lead the department of Accounting by managing our resources wisely to produce an excellent classroom experience for our students and contributing world class research for the College and academic community.

Dates: 2017-08-15 - 2022-08-14

Description: Academic Director of the MS Tax Program, responsible for admission and advising.

Dates: 2015-08-15 - 2017-08-14

Description: Academic Director of the MS Accounting Program, responsible for admission and advising.

Dates: 2013-08-15 - 2015-08-14

Description: Academic Director of the MS Tax Program, responsible for admission and advising.

Dates: 1999-08-15 - 2012-08-14

Awards | Honors

Organization: Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants

Name: Outstanding Educator Award Nominee

Year Received: 2014

Organization: Lindner College of Business

Name: Lindner Teaching Fellow

Year Received: 2013

Organization: Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants

Name: Outstanding Educator Award Nominee

Year Received:2013

Organization: Lindner College of Business, University of Cincinnati

Name: Harold J. Grilliot Award for Exemplary Service to Undergraduate Organizations

Year Received: 2012

Organization: Lindner College of Business, University of Cincinnati

Name: Michael L. Dean Undergraduate Teaching Award

Year Received: 2010

Organization: American Accounting Association

Name: AAA New Faculty Consortium

Year Received: 1998

Organization: University of Cincinnati

Name: Faculty Development Grant

Year Received: 1998

Organization: University of Kansas

Name: Dean's List

Year Received: 1997

Organization: University of Kansas

Name: School of Business Dissertation Fellowship

Year Received: 1997

Organization: American Accounting Association

Name: AAA Doctoral Consortium

Year Received: 1996

Organization: University of Kansas

Name: School of Business Summer Research Scholarship

Year Received: 1996

Organization: University of Kansas

Name: Sutton/KPMG Peat Marwick Doctoral Scholarship

Year Received: 1996

Organization: American Accounting Association

Name: AAA Doctoral Fellowship

Year Received: 1993

Education

Institution: University of Kansas

Major: Business Administration

Completed: 1997

Degree: PhD

Institution: Appalachian State University

Major: Accounting

Completed: 1987

Degree: MS

Institution: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Major: Economics

Completed: 1984

Degree: BA

Published Contributions

Jens Stephan, Margaret Reed, Virginia Clark, (2010). Capital Budgeting: The Next Generation Visualizing Risk and Uncertainty Using Monte Carlo Simulation. Management Accounting Quarterly.

Margaret Reed,  (2006). Current Issues in US Corporate Income Tax Reform. Coimbra Editora, 457-467.

Margaret Reed, Kenneth Klassen, Jeffrey Pittman,  (2004). A Cross-National Comparison of R&D Expenditure Decisions: Tax Incentives and Financial Constraints. Contemporary Accounting Research, 639-680.

Margaret Reed, Antonio Martins,  (2003). The Taxation of Capital Gains in Portugal: Additional Evidence on the Complexity of Capital Gains Tax Policy. National Tax Association Proceedings, 163-172.

Margaret Reed,  (2002). Book Review: Taxes and Business Strategy: A Planning Approach. Issues in Accounting Education.

Margaret Reed, Michael Ettredge , Mary Stone,  (2000). An Examination of Substitution among Monitoring Devices: The Case of Internal and External Audit Expenditures. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 57-79.

Margaret Reed, N.  Ford,  (1996). The Effect of Gift Taxes on the Basis of Property Received as a Gift. Tax Notes, 527-528.

Research in progress

Title: So You Think You Know How Risky Your Capital Expenditures Are

Presentations

Title: Individual Taxpayer Issues and Itemized Deductions

Organization: Lindner College of Business

Location: Duke Energy Center, Cincinnati, Ohio

Year: 2013

Title: Ask Me Anything Teaching Panel

Organization: Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Year: 2013

Title: Ethics for Registered Tax Return Preparers

Organization: Lindner College of Business

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Year: 2012

Title: 2011 University of Cincinnati Income Tax Conference

Organization: Lindner College of Business

Location: Duke Energy Center, Cincinnati, Ohio

Year: 2011

Title: A Cross-National Comparison of R&D Decisions: Tax Incentives and Financial Constraints

Organization: Canadian Accounting Association

Location: Waterloo, Ontario

Year: 2003

Title: Tax Implications for Foreign Investment in the US

Organization: University of Coimbra, Portugal

Location: Coimbra, Portugal

Year: 2002

Organization: University of Kentucky

Year: 1998

Organization: University of Waterloo

Year: 1998