Junfang (Zero) Deng is an assistant professor of accounting at the Oregon State University College of Business.
Prof. Deng completed a Ph.D. in business administration at the Pennsylvania State University in 2019. Prior to his doctoral studies, he was a Tax Associate at Ernst & Young. Prof. Deng has taught introductory financial accounting and principles of taxation. He holds a CPA license in the state of New York.
Prof. Deng’s research focuses on international tax planning issues, including the determinants and consequences of tax-motivated income shifting.
“Exposure to Foreign Exchange Risk, Hedging, and Tax-Motivated Outbound Shifting”
“Income Shifting and U.S. International Trade” with Rick Laux
“Why Are Book-Tax Differences Informative about the Persistence of Earnings?” with Rick Laux and Steve Kaplan