Amanda Marino

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Research Interests

  • Determinants and effects of tax avoidance
  • Gender differences in executive compensation
  • Hedge funds and private equity
  • Intersection of tax legislation and multinational corporate behavior
  • Tax haven use and other cross-border tax strategies

On The Job Market

PhD Advisors: Anthony Curatola, Curtis Hall


Ph.D. in Business, Accounting Specialization (2021 expected)
Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA

Master of Science in Taxation (2008)
Bentley University, Waltham, MA

Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Minor in Information Technology (2005)
Bentley University, Waltham, MA


“Negotiation and Executive Gender Pay Gaps in Nonprofit Organizations” with A. R. Finley and C.M. Hall
Status: Revise and resubmit (3rd Round) at Review of Accounting Studies

“Firm Value Effects of Treasury Regulations: Evidence from Corporate Inversions”
Committee: Curtis Hall, Anthony P. Curatola, Luke Watson, Hiu Lam Choy, Andrew Finley
Status: Submitted to the 2021 American Tax Association Midyear Meeting

“CEO Compensation and Corporate Tax Haven Subsidiaries”
Status: Preparing for journal submission

Teaching Experience

Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA

  • TAX 341: Individual Taxation (Undergraduate) - *remote learning*
  • TAX 341: Individual Taxation (Undergraduate) - *face to face*
  • PhD Statistics Bootcamp

Northeastern University (CPS), Boston, MA

  • ACC 4250: Concepts in Taxation

Newbury College, Brookline, MA

  • AC 101: Principles of Financial Accounting (Undergraduate)
  • AC 102: Principles of Managerial Accounting (Undergraduate)

Cambridge College, Cambridge, MA

  • MMG 520: Financial Accounting (MBA)

Enter the Research Conversation

How does tax legislation impact corporate behavior?