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Accounting

George Nogler

Associate Professor

Accounting

Degree(s)

Bachelor of Science, Accounting, Bentley College Master of Arts, English, Assumption College Master of Business Administration, Boston University Doctor of Business Administration, Boston University Certified Public Accountant, Massachusetts

Teaching

  • Intermediate Accounting 1 and 2
  • Auditing
  • Accounting Information Systems

 

Professional Experience

2012:     

Provide technical assistance in documenting accounting procedures and generating an accounting procedures manual for a foundation involved in providing education for Middle Eastern countries including the West Bank and Yemen.    

2010:    

Provided Expert Testimony for firm accused by Board of Public Accountancy of having done substandard work on a Governmental Single Audit.

2010:  

Consulting to lawyer concerning audit malpractice in the fraud involving Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, MA. 

Research

2012:    

The Auditor’s Going Concern Decision in the Post-Enron Era. Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance (w/ Inwon Jang) forthcoming.

2011:   

Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Was the “One-Size-Fits-All” Approach Justified. Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance (w/ Inwon Jang), May-June 2011 (pp. 65-76).

2008:   

Auditor Going Concern Modifications, Firm Size, and the “Enron Effect.” Managerial Auditing Journal, Vol. 23, No. 1, January/February 2008 (pp. 51-67).

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Contact

Telephone: (978) 837-5056
Email: noglerg@merrimack.edu

Office

Office: O’Reilly 405