Professor Franklin's research interest is in the area of financial planning and taxation.
Selected Recent Publications and Presentations:
“Student Loans: The Next Perfect Storm” The CPA Journal: Forthcoming.
“Take Me Home: Why US Companies are Keeping Profits Offshore” TAXPro Journal: Fall 2012: 26-29
"The CPA Exam, Getting a Jump and How to be on the Passing End of the Distribution." Presented at the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants Young CPA’s Annual Meeting, Verona, New York. July 2012
"IFRS: What do Introduction to Financial Accounting Students Need to Know." Presented at Syracuse University Project Advance Instructors Seminar, New York, New York. May 2012
"Starting them Young: The Impact of Business Classes Within High Schools on Society and the Economy" Presented at Business Teachers Association of New York Regional Meeting, Syracuse, New York. March 2012
“The Catch: One Baseball Fans Voyage from Joy to Dismay” TAXPro Journal, Fall 2011: 21-23
"Improving the Teaching Impact with Technology in the Classroom" Presented at Massachusetts Association of Accounting Professors Regional Meeting, Framingham, Massachusetts. October 2011
"Green Up: Green Technology is the Opportunity for Small Business Development," October/November 2010, CNY Business Exchange, pg. 52-53.
"Financial Services in Syracuse...Any Clients Out There?" August/September 2010, CNY Business Exchange, pg. 68-69.
"Deductions: Walking a Fine Line," June/July 2010, CNY Business Exchange.