- Senior Scholar
- Associate Professor, School of Management, George Mason University
Sarah E. Nutter is an associate professor at the George Mason University School of Management. Prior to joining the faculty at George Mason University in 1995, she worked as an economist at the Internal Revenue Service. She teaches a variety of courses in accounting and taxation in undergraduate, MBA, and Executive MBA programs. She recently received a teaching award for Outstanding Faculty Member from George Mason's Executive MBA Program.
Dr. Nutter's research interests include investigating the impact of changing decision rules on individual and business behavior. Her research focuses primarily on the impact of taxes and tax structures on individuals and businesses. She has written many articles that have appeared in the Journal of the American Taxation Association, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Advances in Taxation, and the Statistics of Income Bulletin. One of her articles was recently granted the 1998-99 American Taxation Association's Outstanding Manuscript Award.
Dr. Nutter earned a BS from Ferris State University and a MBA and PhD from Michigan State University.