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Jason Cherubini

Assistant Professor of Business Management

Van Meter G42
410-337-6279
Jason.Cherubini@goucher.edu
www.jasoncherubini.com


Education

MBA, A.B. Freeman School of Business, Tulane University, 2007

MAcct, A.B. Freeman School of Business, Tulane University, 2007

BSM, A.B. Freeman School of Business, Tulane University, 2003


Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest

International Accounting

Effect of Accounting Changes on Valuation

Accounting Education Innovation


Recent Publications/Presentations/Performances

Cherubini, Rich, Zhu, Michenzi (2011)"IFRS in the General Business Curriculum: Why Should We Care?" CPA Journal

Zhu, Rich, Michenzie, Cherubini (2011)"User Oriented IFRS Education in Introductory Accounting at U.S. Academic Institutions: Current Status and Influencing Factors" Issues in Accounting Education

Rich, Zhu, Cherubini (2012)"IFRS in Introductory Financial Accounting Using an Integrated, Comparison-Based Approach" Advances in Accounting Education, 2012. 


Biography

Professor Jason Cherubini, CPA, has taught graduate-, undergraduate- and continuing professional education-level finance and accounting courses at multiple institutions both in the United States and abroad. As an entrepreneur, consultant and educator with experience in the international development, strategic planning and reorganization of start-up to mid-stage companies, he specializes in determining how changes in accounting policy and its application can affect the valuation of businesses. 

Prof. Cherubini is also an active researcher in the field of accounting education innovation and its application in the classroom. His recent publications include "IFRS In The General Business Curriculum: Why Should We Care? " in the CPA Journal, "User Oriented IFRS Education in Introductory Accounting at U.S. Academic Institutions: Current Status and Influencing Factors" in Issues in Accounting Education and "IFRS in Introductory Financial Accounting Using an Integrated, Comparison-Based Approach" in Advances in Accounting Education.


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