Timothy J. Rupert
Professor of Accounting
PhD in Accounting, Pennsylvania State University
MS in Taxation, University of Akron, Ohio
BS in Accounting, University of Akron, Ohio
Research & Teaching Interests
Professor Rupert’s research interests include cognitive and decision making processes of taxpayers and tax practitioners. His research uses behavioral methodologies to examine the impact of changes in the structure of the tax system on decision making and fairness perceptions.
Services to the Profession
Professor Rupert is a member of the editorial board for the Advances in Accounting Education. In the past, he also served as a member of the editorial board for The Journal of the American Taxation Association.
Awards & Recognition
Hall of Fame for the Northeast Region of the American Accounting Association (2012)
Teacher of the Year Hall of Fame, Beta Gamma Sigma (April, 2008)
Teacher of the Year, Beta Gamma Sigma (April, 2008)
Rupert, T. (2013). Prentice Hall’s Federal Taxation, 2014 edition. Prentice Hall.
Morrow, M., Rupert, T., Zullo, R. (2013). Analysis of Rev Proc 2013-13: Safe Harbor Option for the Home Office Deduction. The Tax Adviser (August 2013), 522-529.
Hogan, B., Maroney, J., Rupert, T. (2013). The Relation Among Voice Value, Policy Outcome and Intensity of Support on Fairness Assessments of Tax Legislation. Journal of American Taxation Association, 35(1), 85-109.
Falsetta, D., Rupert, T., Wright, A. (2013). The Relation between the Timing and Direction of Tax Changes and Investment in Risky Assets. Accounting Review, 499-520.
Maroney, J., Jackson, C., Rupert, T., Zhang, Y. (2012). The Effect of Accounting Information on Taxpayers’ Acceptance of Tax Reform. Journal of the American Taxation Association, 34(1), 113-135.