Dr. McKeehan is an economist who specializes in applying corporate finance theory and statistical analysis in tax controversy litigation.

She has served as both a testifying expert and consulting expert, leading case teams addressing issues in valuation, economic substance, transfer pricing, and debt/equity classification. She routinely works with both taxpayers and tax authorities covering a wide variety of industries, including information technology, healthcare, energy, and insurance.

Dr. McKeehan’s academic research is focused on both theoretical and empirical issues in capital and personal income taxation, and her publications have appeared in International Tax and Public Finance, the Public Finance Review, Tax Notes, and the Review of Economics of the Household. In addition to her consulting practice, Dr. McKeehan is a lecturer at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business, where she teaches Corporate Finance Management, a graduate-level course in corporate finance and valuation. She also currently serves as a member of Rice University’s School of Social Sciences Advisory Board.


Rice University
PhD in Economics
BA in Mathematical Economic Analysis