Mendoza School of Business


Elizabeth Chorvat

Associate Teaching Professor
Accountancy
 574-631-2072
  371 Mendoza College of Business
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  • Biography
  • Background
  • Publications

Elizabeth Chorvat teaches Data Visualization, Data Management, and Advanced Accounting Analytics in the Mendoza College of Business. Her research is centered in public finance, including the interaction of tax rules and financial disclosure with strategic and investment behavior by both corporations and individuals. Professor Chorvat serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Applied Accounting Research. She earned a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago with a concentration in Applied Econometrics and an S.J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School with a concentration in Public Finance. Her professional expertise is in the field of international taxation.

Areas of Expertise
International Taxation
Public Finance
Behavioral Finance

Editorial Boards
Associate Editor
JOURNAL OF APPLIED ACCOUNTING RESEARCH
March 30, 2020

"The Dynamic Stability of Progressive Taxation", (With Terrence Chorvat), NATIONAL TAX JOURNAL, 71, 2018

"Anti-Inversion Regulation Invalidated in Federal Court", TAX NOTES, 157, 2017

"The Tax Calculus of Corporate Locational Decisions", BERKELEY JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, 32, 2014

"Forcing Multinationals to Play Fair: Proposals for a Rigorous Transfer Pricing Theory", ALABAMA LAW REVIEW, 54, 2003

"You Can’t Take It with You: Behavioral Finance and Corporate Expatriations", U.C. DAVIS LAW REVIEW, 37, 2003

"You Can’t Take It with You: Behavioral Finance and Corporate Expatriations", U.C. DAVIS LAW REVIEW, 37, 2003

"Income Tax as Implicit Insurance Against Losses From Terrorism", (With Terrence Chorvat), INDIANA LAW REVIEW, 36, 2002

"Modern Financial Theory and Transfer Pricing", (With Robert Ackerman), GEORGE MASON LAW REVIEW, 10, 2002



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