G. Ryan Huston
G. Ryan Huston is an assistant professor in the School of Accountancy. He teaches both undergraduate courses in taxation and advanced partnership taxation in our Masters of Accountancy program.
Huston's research interests include empirical taxation and associated impact on financial accounting and earnings management. His most recent paper, "Earnings Management through Effective Tax Rates: The Effects of Tax Planning Investment and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002," was published in Contemporary Accounting Research. Huston has presented at several industry conferences, including at the American Taxation Association Mid-Year Conference, the American Accounting Association National Meeting, and the Lone Star Accounting Research Conference.
Huston has served as a panelist with the American Accounting Association Southeast Region and co-chair and panelist for the American Taxation Association Doctoral Consortium, among others. He earned a PhD in accounting from Texas A&M University and also received his bachelor's and master's degrees from Texas A&M University.
- TAX 6134 Advanced Corporate Taxation
- Atwood, T. J., G. R. Huston, and D. Wallace. "Are worldwide tax systems disadvantageous for resident firms compared with territorial tax systems?" University of Illinois Tax Symposium, September 2013.
- Huston, G. Ryan, Richard Morton, and Thomas Smith. "Why do insiders hold the shares acquired from the exercise of executive stock options?" American Accounting Association National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, August 2013.
- Huston, G. R., B. Billings, and W. Buslepp. 2014. "Worth the Hype? The Relevance of Paid-for Analyst Research for the Buy-and-Hold Investor," The Accounting Review, forthcoming.
- Huston, G. R. and J.M. Huston. 2013. "Life's Two Certainties: An Estate and Gift Tax Consulting Case" Issues in Accounting Education In-Press, 28(3), 617-628.
- Huston, G. R. and T. J. Smith. 2012. The Impact of Tax Incentives on the Choice to Hold Shares Acquired from Employee Stock Option Exercises. Journal of the American Taxation Association 34 (2), 67-91.
- Meeting panel member, American Accounting Association Southeast Region
- Co-chair and panel member, American Taxation Association Doctoral Consortium