Professor Hoopes joined the Fisher College of Business Department of Accounting and Management Information Systems in 2013. He completed his doctoral work in Business Administration (Accounting) at the University of Michigan. He holds a M.Acc. degree with a tax emphasis from Brigham Young University, where he also earned his B.S. degree in accounting. Professor Hoopes is a certified public accountant (CPA) in the state of Colorado.
Professor Hoopes teaches introductory tax accounting at Fisher to undergraduate students. He has also taught introductory financial accounting at Utah Valley University. His primary research interests are in the areas of corporate taxation and financial accounting. He is especially interested in how firms respond to changes in tax policy, and how taxpayers learn about changes in tax policy.
Areas of Expertise
- Corporate Taxation
- Financial Disclosure
- PhD, The University of Michigan
- MAcc, Brigham Young University
- BS, Brigham Young University
- CIBER global research grant, 2014
AMIS 3400 - Tax Accounting I
Fundamentals of the federal income tax, and how it influences taxpayer decisions. Emphasis is on the individuals and businesses organized as proprietorships, but rules generally applicable to all taxpayers are covered.
AMIS 7430 - Taxes and Business Strategy
- Hoopes, Jeffrey, D. Reck and J. Slemrod. (Forthcoming). "Taxpayer Search for Information: Implications for Rational Attention." American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.
- Hoopes, Jeffrey, Michelle Hanlon, and Nemit Schroff. "The Effect of Tax Authority Monitoring and Enforcement on Financial Reporting Quality." Journal of the American Taxation Association. 2014.
- Hoopes, Jeffrey. "What Do Firms Do When Dividend Tax Rates Change? An Examination of Alternative Payout Responses." Journal of Financial Economics.
- Hoopes, Jeffrey, Devan Mescall, and Jeffrey A. Pittman. “Do IRS Audits Deter Corporate Tax Avoidance?" Accounting Review. 87.5 (2012): 1603-1639.
- Hoopes, Jeffrey, Makoto Hasegawa, Ryo Ishida, and Joel Slemrod. “The Effect of Public Disclosure on Reported Taxable Income: Evidence from Individuals and Corporations in Japan.” National Tax Journal. 66.3 (2013): 571-608.