Wisconsin School of Business

Stacie Laplante

Associate Professor - Accounting & Information Systems
David J. Lesar Chair in Business

Stacie Laplante received her Ph.D. from University of Washington in Seattle, has previously taught at Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia, and has nine years of experience in public accounting industry as a certified public accountant. Laplante’s research focuses on the intersection of financial and tax reporting. She is particularly interested in information related to tax reporting that is reflected in firms’ publicly available financial statements and what the information reveals about the firm’s tax-planning strategies, as well as how the market uses or values that information.
 

Selected Published Journal Articles


Laplante, S. & Nesbitt, W. (2017). The Relation among Trapped Cash, Permanently Reinvested Earnings and Foreign Cash. Journal of Corporate Finance (44), 126-148.
Gaertner, F. & Laplante, S. & Lynch, D. (2016). Trends in the Sources of Permanent and Temporary Book-Tax Differences during the Schedule M-3 Era. National Tax Journal (69), 785-808.
Klassen, K. & Laplante, S. & Carnaghan, C. (2014). A Model of Multinational Income Shifting and an Application to Tax Planning with E-Commerce. Journal of the American Taxation Association (36), 27-53.
Laplante, S. & Klassen, K. (2012). Are U.S. Multinational Companies Becoming More Aggressive Income Shifters?. Journal of Accounting Research (50), 1245-1285. doi: 10.1111/j.1475-679X.2012.00463.x.
Laplante, S. & Klassen, K. (2012). The Effect of Foreign Reinvestment and Financial Reporting Incentives on Cross-Jurisdictional Income Shifting. Contemporary Accounting Research (29), 928-955. doi: 10.1111/j.1911-3846.2011.01136.x.
Laplante, S. & Ayers, B. & McGuire, S. (2010). Credit Ratings and Taxes: The Effect of Book/Tax Differences on Ratings Changes. Contemporary Accounting Research (27), 343-358. doi: 10.1111/j.1911-3846.2010.01011.x.
Laplante, S. & Ayers, B. & Jiang, J. (2009). Taxable Income as a Performance Measure: The Effects of Tax Planning and Earnings Quality. Contemporary Accounting Research (26), 15-54. doi: 10.1506/car.26.1.1.
Laplante, S. (2008). Discussion of Taxes and Asset Prices: The Case of Thoroughbreds. Journal of the American Taxation Association (30), 49-54.
Laplante, S. & Koh, P. & Tong, Y. (2007). Accountability and Value Creation Roles of Corporate Governance. Accounting and Finance (47), 305-333. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-629X.2006.00207.x.
Laplante, S. & Shevlin, T. & Hanlon, M. (2005). Evidence on the Possible Information Loss of Conforming Book Income and Taxable Income. Journal of Law and Economics (48), 407-442. doi: 10.1086/497525.

Selected Submitted Journal Articles


Laplante, S. & Skaife, H. & Swenson, L. & Wangerin, D. (2018). Limits of Tax Regulation: Evidence from the R&D Tax Credit. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy
Laplante, S. & Lynch, D. & Vernon (Bull), M. (2018). Internal Information Quality and State Tax Planning. Contemporary Accounting Research
Bornemann, T. & Laplante, S. & Osswald, B. (2018). The Effect of Intellectual Property Boxes on Innovative Activity and Effective Tax Rates. Journal of Accounting and Economics

Working Papers


Laplante, S. & Nesbitt, W. The Composition of Book-Tax Differences.
Laplante, S. & Ayers, B. & Li, O. & Schwab, C. The Effect of Information in Book-Tax Differences on Investor Trading.

Presentations


2017 University of Houston Accounting Conference ( 2017 ) The Relation among Trapped Cash, Permanently Reinvested Earnings and Foreign Cash

2016 Midwest Accounting Research Conference ( 2016 ) Estimating the Likelihood of Trapped Cash

College of William and Mary Workshop ( 2015 ) Estimating the Likelihood that a Firm has Cash Trapped in a Foreign Subsidiary

AAA Annual Meeting ( 2015 ) Strategic Cost Classification and the R&D Tax Credit

1st Berlin-Vallendar Tax Conference ( 2015 ) Estimating the Likelihood that a Firm has Cash Trapped in a Foreign Subsidiary

European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management ( 2015 ) Discussion of Foreign or Domestic Tax Havens: The Location Decision for Intangible Property by U.S. Firms

European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management ( 2015 ) Estimating the Likelihood that a Firm has Cash Trapped in a Foreign Subsidiary

EAA Annual Meeting ( 2015 ) Discussion of Real Effects of International Tax Planning

EAA Annual Meeting ( 2015 ) Strategic Cost Classification and the R&D Tax Credit


Undergraduate Courses


Corporate and Advanced Taxation (AIS 621), Fall 2014.



Graduate Courses


Seminar in Accounting Research (AIS 971), Fall 2014.



Learning/Teaching Oriented Publications


Laplante, S. (2016). Discussion of Taxes, Investors, and Managers: Exploring the Taxation of Foreign Investors in U.S. REITs. Journal of the American Taxation Association (38), 21-26.

Professional Organizations


ATA - Research Resources and Methodology Committee

American Tax Policy Institute

ATA Awards Committee - Chair

ATA - Research Resources and Methodology Committee

ATA - Research Resources and Methodology Committee

ATA - Research Resources and Methodology Committee

ATA - Research Resources and Methodology Committee

ATA - Research Resources and Methodology Committee


Editorial and Reviewing Activities


Journal of the American Taxation Association - Since June 2017
Editor

Contemporary Accounting Research - Since May 2014
Editorial Board Member

Accounting Horizons - Since July 2012
Editorial Board Member

Journal of American Taxation Association - January 2007 - May 2017
Ad Hoc Reviewer


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Stacie Laplante

 
Associate Professor | Accounting & Information Systems
David J. Lesar Chair in Business
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