BiographyLorraine Eden is Professor of Management and Gina and Anthony Bahr Professor in Business at Texas A&M University, where her teaching areas are transfer pricing, multinational enterprises (MNEs) and international business. Her Transfer Pricing Aggies program, launched in 2007, has trained more than 300 masters and PhD students; over 100 have found employment in transfer pricing careers.
Dr. Eden’s 170 scholarly publications have more than 11,000 citations on Google Scholar. Her research interests lie at the intersection of economics, international business and public policy. Among her books are Taxing Multinationals: Transfer Pricing and Corporate Income Taxation in North America (1998), Multinationals in North America (1994), Retrospectives on Public Finance (1991), and Multinationals and Transfer Pricing (co-edited with Alan M. Rugman, 1985, 2017). She has two books forthcoming: The Ethical Professor: A Practical Guide to Research, Teaching and Professional Life (co-authored with Kathy Lund Dean and Paul M. Vaaler, with Routledge) and The Economics of Transfer Pricing (with Edward Elgar). She is currently writing a book on the economics and business aspects of transfer pricing.
Dr. Eden is President of the Academy of International Business (AIB) for 2017-2018. In 2004 she was elected an AIB Fellow and in 2012 received the AIB President’s Award for contributions to the field of international business. Women in the Academy of International Business (WAIB), which she founded in 2001, gave her its inaugural Woman of the Year award in 2016. Dr. Eden is also a former editor-in-chief of the Journal of International Business Studies, the top-ranked journal in the field of international business studies.
She consults on transfer pricing and MNE strategies with the Analysis Group, where she was recently an expert witness on the appropriateness of using transfer pricing to allocate the bankruptcy proceeds of a high-tech MNE.
She can be reached at [email protected]
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My research interests lie at the intersection of economics, international business and public policy.
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Published: Jul 31, 2018