Lecturer of Accounting

William Goldman

120 Hayden Hall
Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02115-5000

617.373.8460
w.goldman@northeastern.edu


Profile

Education

MSA/MBA Northeastern University; Beta Gamma Sigma International Honors Society
BA Colby College
Licensed Massachusetts Certified Public Accountant (inactive)

Research & Teaching Interests

Mr. Goldman has research and teaching interests in financial accounting, managerial accounting and ethics in accounting. Behavioral decision heuristics are intriguing and incorporated into teaching when appropriate.

Industry & Academic Experience

Prior to becoming an academic, Mr. Goldman worked as an auditor for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, in Boston. He audited a variety of public and non-public companies in the consumer industrial products and services space. He found health care and not-for-profit organizations particularly interesting.

Services to the Profession

Mr. Goldman presented at the Massachusetts Society of CPA's Perspectives from the Pipeline Symposium regarding teaching ethics in the accounting profession. He also participates in workshops, instructional information sessions, and grants to improve technology adaptation in accounting curriculum.

He is also co-founder of the HUB of Analytics Education.

Publications

Selected Publications

Cenedella, D., Goldman, W., and Rupert, T. (2016), The Path Act of 2015: Increasing the Certainty for Federal Tax Extenders Provisions. MSCPA SumNews, May 2016, (22-25)

Presentations

Selected Presentations

Goldman, W. (1/29/2016), "Teaching Ethics in the Accounting Profession," MSCPA Perspectives from the Pipeline Symposium at Bentley University.