Shane Stinson

Assistant Professor

Culverhouse School of Accountancy

Phone: 205-348-2904
Email: srstinson@culverhouse.ua.edu

Focus and Current Research

Taxation

Financial Accounting

Education

PhD, Texas Tech University

MBA, Indiana University-Bloomington

BS, Indiana University-Bloomington

Honors Achievements & Affiliations

Certified Public Accountant (CPA) - Indiana

Selected Publications

Stinson, S. R., Barnes, B., Buchheit, S. R., Morrow, M. (in press). Do Consumer-Directed Tax Credits Effectively Increase Demand? Experimental Evidence of Conditional Success. Journal of the American Taxation Association.

Morrow, M., Stinson, S. R., Doxey, M. M. (in press). Tax Incentives and Target Demographics: Are Tax Incentives Effective in the Health Insurance Market? Behavioral Research in Accounting.

Stinson, S. R., Ricketts, R. (2016). Shifts in Ownership Composition and Changes in the Implied Cost of Equity Capital for Dividend and Non-Dividend Stocks Following JGTRRA03. Journal of the American Taxation Association, 38(1), 103-124.

Morrow, M., Stinson, S. R. (2016). Mr. and Mrs. Smith: A Student Introduction to Federal Tax Compliance and Documentation. Issues in Accounting Education, 31(1), 119-132.

Schnee, E. J., Stinson, S. R. (2015). Section 1031 Like-Kind Exchanges: Review of the Past and Proposal for the Future. ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research, 13(1), 1-16.

Brock, N., Schnee, E. J., Stinson, S. R. (2017). The Corporate Response to Government Attacks on Tax Shelters. International Journal of Financial Research, 8(1), 126-142.

Morrow, M., Stinson, S. R. (2016). Mr. and Mrs. Smith: A Student Introduction to Federal Tax Compliance and Documentation. Issues in Accounting Education, 31(1), 119-132.