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Richard C. Sansing

Noble Foundation Professor of Accounting

Areas of Expertise

Accounting for income taxes, nonprofit organizations, multijurisdictional taxation, tax compliance, corporate governance


Managerial Accounting; Tuck Integrative Experiential Learning


PhD, The University of Texas at Austin, 1990; BBA, The University of Texas at Austin, 1979


Richard Sansing is the Noble Foundation Professor of the Science of Administration. He teaches Managerial Accounting; his research involves the application of economic modeling to tax and accounting issues. Richard has been at Tuck since 1998. He served as associate dean for faculty from 2015–18, working on faculty hiring and promotion as well as budget issues. He taught at the Yale School of Management from 1990–98 and worked in the tax department of the Houston office of Arthur Andersen & Co. from 1979–84. Richard is an active participant in chess and bridge tournaments. He has been a USCF Expert in chess and is an ACBL Life Master in bridge. He lives in Lebanon, NH, with his wife Deana.