Hepfer, Bradford individual record
Assistant Professor
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I conduct archival capital markets based research in tax and financial reporting. My research interests include corporate income taxation and financial accounting, the pricing of accounting information, and empirical assessments of earnings quality, and my teaching interests include financial accounting and taxation.

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Academic Articles6
  • Hepfer, B. F. (2022). Are Book-Tax Differences Mispriced?. The Accounting Review. (3165163),
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  • Ege, M. S., Hepfer, B. F., & Robinson, J. R. (2021). What Matters for In-House Tax Planning: Tax Function Power and Status. The Accounting Review. 96(4), 203-232.
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  • Gleason, C. A., Hepfer, B. F., Johnson, W. B., & Melessa, S (2020). A New Method for Assessing the Construct Validity of Accounting Measures: Looking Where the Action is.
  • Hepfer, B. F., Wilde, J. H., & Wilson, R. J (2020). Tax and Nontax Incentives in Income Shifting: Evidence from Shadow Insurers. The Accounting Review. 95(4), 219-262.
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  • Chen, C., Hepfer, B. F., Quinn, P. J., & Wilson, R. J. (2018). The effect of tax-motivated income shifting on information asymmetry. Review of Accounting Studies. (3), 1004.
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Repository Documents / Preprints4
  • Gleason, C. A., Hepfer, B. F., Johnson, W. B., & Melessa, S (2020). A New Method for Assessing the Construct Validity of Accounting Measures: Looking Where the Action is.
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  • Chen, C., Hepfer, B., Quinn, P., & Wilson, R. J (2014). Tax-Motivated Income Shifting and the Information Environment.
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Email
bhepfer@tamu.edu
First Name
Bradford
Last Name
Hepfer
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Head Of Accounting; 4353 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4353
USA