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61-MaloneyVita - DAVID M. MALONEY CURRICULUM VITAE January...

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DAVID M. MALONEY CURRICULUM VITAE January 2011 Education University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. Ph.D. in accountancy: January 1984. Dissertation: “A Study of the Association of the Investment Tax Credit with Investment Spending.” University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. M.A.S.: January 1982. University of Richmond, Virginia. B.S.B.A. with a concentration in accounting: May 1976. Magna Cum Laude. Academic Experience Carman G. Blough Professor of Accounting, 2006-present. Professor of Commerce (without term), University of Virginia, 1996-present. Associate Professor of Commerce (without term), University of Virginia, 1989-1996. Assistant Professor of Commerce, University of Virginia, 1984-1989. Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant, University of Illinois, 1979-1983. Professional Experience Administrator, AICPA-University of Illinois National Tax Education Program, University of Illinois, 1981-1983. The program provided a series of professional continuing education courses attracting tax practitioners from across the United States. Three years in public accounting with Price Waterhouse, 1976-1979, Richmond, Virginia. This period included experience as a staff accountant in the audit department and as a senior accountant in the tax department. Certified Public Accountant, Commonwealth of Virginia. Externally Funded Research “A Critical Analysis of the ‘Enterprise Zone’ Concept and Its Application,” Funded through the Peat Marwick Faculty Research Fellowship Program, May 1986, $25,000. Additional Research Fellowship received over a three-year period from
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David M. Maloney Curriculum Vitae the KPMG Peat Marwick Foundation to pursue this and other research topics, March 1988, $25,000. “A Critical Analysis of the Taxation of Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions in the United States and Selected Foreign Countries,” (co-authored with Joseph E. Gibson and David W. LaRue). Funded through the Arthur Young Foundation’s Tax Research Grant Program, May 1984, $32,000. “An Evaluation of the Pedagogical and Professional Potential of Lotus 1-2-3-Based Tax Templates,” August 1985, “Funds for Excellence,” State Council of Higher Education in Virginia, Commonwealth of Virginia. Refereed Journal Articles “Planning for Capital Gains and Losses in an Uncertain Environment,” (co-authored with James E. Smith), Practical Tax Strategies , October 2010, pp. 164-174. “How Defined Benefit Pension Assets Affect the Returns and Volatility of the Sponsor’s Stock,” (co-authored with Brooks Marshall, Timothy B. Michael, and Faramarz Damanpour), The International Journal of Banking and Finance , February—March 2008, pp. 87-100. “Distribution Options for Defined-Contribution Plans (Part II),” (co-authored with James E. Smith), The Tax Adviser , June 2007, pp. 339-343. “Distribution Options for Defined-Contribution Plans (Part I),” (co-authored with James
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