Thomas D. Schultz is an Assistant Professor of Accountancy in the Haworth College of Business at Western Michigan University. Tom received his doctoral degree from the School of Accountancy & Information Management at Arizona State University, an MAS. from Northern Illinois University, and a BSBA from Loyola University Chicago. Before joining WMU, Tom was a member of the faculty at Case’s Weatherhead School of Management (2003–2006) and Miami University of Ohio. As a CPA in the State of Illinois, his industry experience includes serving on both the audit and tax staffs in the Chicago office of Ernst & Young.
Schultz’s current research activities include examining the financial reporting and taxation issues faced by U.S. multinational corporations, such as foreign direct investment, cross-jurisdictional income shifting, and transfer pricing policies. Tom has also been recognized for excellence in classroom instruction as the recipient of the John W. Teets Outstanding Teaching Award at Arizona State University and Weatherhead’s Undergraduate Teaching Award for the 2003/4 academic year.