Lorraine Eden

Professor of Management and Emerita Professor of Business, Texas A&M University
Lorraine Eden


Ph.D., economics, Dalhousie University; M.A., economics, McGill University; B.A., economics, Mount Allison University

Summary of Experience

Professor Eden is an expert on transfer pricing and multinational enterprises (MNEs), with over 30 years of consulting experience in the private and public sectors. Her research focuses on the intersection of economics, international business, and public policy. She was an expert witness in Coca-Cola Co. v. Commissioner (US Tax Court) and In re: Nortel Networks (US Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice). Professor Eden’s books include Taxing Multinationals, Multinationals in North America, Retrospectives on Public Finance, Multinationals and Transfer Pricing, The Economics of Transfer Pricing, and Research Methods in International Business. She is a former editor-in-chief of the Journal of International Business Studies. She has also served as president of the Academy of International Business (AIB), was elected an AIB Fellow, and received the AIB President’s Award and the WAIB (Women in the AIB) Woman of the Year award. Professor Eden established the Transfer Pricing Aggies program at Texas A&M, which has trained nearly 350 graduates in transfer pricing. She holds a courtesy appointment as research professor at the Texas A&M Law School.

AG Contacts

Laurits R. Christensen