Milda Tylaite is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Accounting. She has defended her PhD dissertation on the non-financial determinants of corporate tax outcomes in Swedish listed and private firms in December 2018 at the Stockholm School of Economics. In 2019 she was awarded a Wallander scholarship for her dissertation.
Milda conducts quantitative research with the areas of corporate financial reporting, taxation, audit, and corporate governance. In her current projects, Milda focuses on unique Swedish data on private firms, their governance, ownership, and monitoring structures, and collaborates with colleagues at SSE as well as top international researchers.
Milda has teaching experience within introductory and advanced financial reporting, executive education, as well as thesis supervision at BSc. and MSc. levels.
- Financial reporting choices
- Corporate tax avoidance
- Corporate governance and monitoring
- Private firms
- 3305: Current Issues in Financial Reporting (Course Director)
- 3350: MSc. Thesis in Accounting and Financial Management
- BE351: BSc. Thesis in Accounting and Financial Management (Course Director)
Research publications and highlighted work in progress:
Hjelström, T., Kallunki, J. P., Nilsson, H., & Tylaite, M. (2020). Executives’ Personal Tax Behavior and Corporate Tax Avoidance Consistency. European Accounting Review, 29(3), 493-520.
Hellman, N., Nilsson, H., Tylaite, M., & Vural, D. (2022). The Impact of an IFRS for SMEs-Based Standard on Financial Reporting Properties and Cost of Debt Financing: Evidence from Swedish Private Firms. European Accounting Review, 31(5), 1175-1205.
Dong, T., Tylaite, M., & Wilson, R. (2022). Voluntary vs. mandatory: the role of auditing in constraining corporate tax avoidance in small private firms. Accounting and Business Research, 1-33.
Dong, T., Nilsson, H., & Tylaite, M. (2020) Auditor Assurance and Credit Institutions: How Auditors Can Contribute to High-Quality Credit Decisions. Sweden through the Crisis, Stockholm School of Economics.
Ivanova, M., Nilsson, M., & Tylaite, M. (2020). Yesterday is History, Tomorrow is a Mystery: Directors’ and CEOs’ Prior Bankruptcy Experiences and the Financial Risk of their Current Firms. R&R at Journal of Business Finance & Accounting.
"Does More Liability Mean More Responsibility?The Effects of Director Liability in Financial Institutions" with Mariya Ivanova, Annalisa Prencipe, and Antonio Vazquez
“The Impact of Client Bankruptcies on Auditors’ Judgment and Future Audit Engagements” with Mariya Ivanova and Liwei Zhu