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Arthur Stenzel

Assistant Professor of Accounting

University of St.Gallen

Biography

I am Assistant Professor of Accounting and the University of St.Gallen. My primary areas of interest are empirical research on corporate tax and private markets. More specifically, I examine the measurement of tax avoidance, the influence of taxation on corporate innovation, and the real effects of financial accounting regulation. Other research interests include data analysis of non-financial data, e.g., textual and social media data, as well as business forecasting.

Academic Employment

  • Assistant Professor of Accounting &
    Vice Director of the Institute of Accounting, Control and Auditing,
    School of Management, University of St. Gallen

    2019 - now

  • Executive Director Ph.D. Programme in Management,
    School of Management, University of St. Gallen

    2017 - now

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow,
    Chair of Accounting - Prof. Dr. Tami Dinh,
    Institute of Accounting, Control and Auditing, School of Management, University of St. Gallen

    2017 - 2019

Education

  • Doctoral Studies (Dr. oec.) in Business Administration, 2017

    University of Hohenheim

  • Dipl.Ökonom in Business Administration and Economics, 2012

    University of Hohenheim

Teaching

Current Courses:
  • Business Forecasting

    (Fall Semester, Master in Accounting and Finance, University of St.Gallen)

  • Selected Topics in Accounting

    (Fall Semester, Master in Accounting and Finance, University of St.Gallen)

  • International Group Accounting

    (Spring Semester, Master in Accounting and Finance, University of St.Gallen)

  • Fundamentals in Accounting

    (Fall Semester, Master in General Management, University of Neuchâtel)

Upcoming Courses:
  • A Guide to Applied Empirical Archival Accounting Research

    (Spring Semester, PhD course, University of St.Gallen)

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