Danielle Green

Danielle Green

Teaching Associate Professor and Academic Director of Immersion Programs

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Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Accounting, University of Connecticut, 2013
  • Ed.M., Higher Education Administration, State University of New York at Buffalo, 2008
  • B.S., Accounting, State University of New York at Geneseo, 2005

Positions Held

  • Academic Director of Immersion Programs, Online Programs, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2023 to present
  • Teaching Associate Professor of Accountancy, Accountancy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2022 to present
  • Assistant Professor, Accounting and Taxation, Fordham University, 2015-2022
  • Assistant Professor, Accounting, City University of New York - Baruch College, 2013-2015
  • Research and Teaching Assistant, Accounting, University of Connecticut, 2008-2013
  • Tax Associate, Brock, Schechter and Polakoff, LLP, 2006-2008
  • Tax Associate, KPMG, 2005-2006

Recent Publications

  • Green, D., Henry, E., Parsons, S., & Plesko, G. (2022). Incorporating financial statement information to improve forecasts of taxable income. The Accounting Review.
  • Green, D., & Kerr, J. (2022). How do firms use cash tax savings: A cross-country analysis. The Journal of the American Taxation Association, 44 (1), 93–121.
  • Green, D., & Plesko, G. (2021). Taxes and firm size: A forty-year perspective. National Tax Journal, 74 (4), 915-935.
  • Green, D., & Veliotis, S. (2021). Law v. accounting firms: Competing over three decades of change. Tax Notes.

Other Publications

Articles

  • Green, D., & Plesko, G. (2016). The relation between book and taxable income since the introduction of Schedule M-3. National Tax Journal, 69 (4), 763-784.
  • Higgins, D., Omer, T., & Phillips, J. (2015). The influence of a firm’s business strategy on its tax aggressiveness. Contemporary Accounting Research, 32 (2), 674-702.

Working Papers

  • Green, D., Henry, E., McGovern, C., & Plesko, G. Who's affected by CAMT? The characteristics high book, low taxable income firms: Evidence from tax return data.

Current Courses

  • Fundamentals of Accounting (ACCY 200) Survey course in the principles of accounting for students registered in schools and colleges other than the College of Business.

  • Capstone: Japan Immersion (MBA 590) This course covers various topics from each iMBA Specialization. Group projects and individual assignments will be required. Students are required to take 2 Specialization Capstones for their iMBA degree.

  • Colombia Virtual Immersion (MBA 590) This course covers various topics from each iMBA Specialization. Group projects and individual assignments will be required. Students are required to take 2 Specialization Capstones for their iMBA degree.

  • Brazil Immersion (MBA 590) This course covers various topics from each iMBA Specialization. Group projects and individual assignments will be required. Students are required to take 2 Specialization Capstones for their iMBA degree.

  • Houston Immersion (MBA 590) This course covers various topics from each iMBA Specialization. Group projects and individual assignments will be required. Students are required to take 2 Specialization Capstones for their iMBA degree.

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