Dr. Jonathan Nash joined Paul College in the fall of 2016 and has taught auditing, advanced auditing, and AIS. He is a CPA, CMA, and CISA, and was previously employed by the public accounting firm RSM. In addition to teaching, Dr. Nash serves as the Accounting Option Coordinator.
Dr. Nash's research areas include financial accounting and auditing. His research focuses primarily on office-level audit quality, corporate governance, and financial reporting quality. He has publications in European Accounting Review, Accounting Horizons, and Advances in Accounting.
Ph.D., Accounting, Florida State University
M.S., Accounting, University of Connecticut
B.S.B.A., Accounting, Roger Williams University
ACC 720: Top/Accounting Analytics
ACC 724: Auditing
ACC 725: Indep. Studies Acct
ACC/ACFI 720/830: Top/Advanced Auditing
ACFI 620/830: Top/Advanced Auditing
ACFI 724: Auditing
ACFI 740/830: Top/Advanced Auditing
ACFI 752: Ind Studies in Accounting
ACFI 890: Accounting Information Systems
ACFI 896: Topics/Auditing
PAUL 695W: Independent Study
Dong, B., Nash, J., & Xu, L. (2022). Indirect effects of regulatory change: Evidence from the acceleration of the 10-K filing deadline. Advances in Accounting, 56, 100582. doi:10.1016/j.adiac.2022.100582
Nash, J., Hasseldine, J., & Hultgren, A. (2022). Identity Theft Tax Refund Fraud in the United States. eJournal of Tax Research, 19(2), 213-231.
Dong, B., Nash, J., & Xu, L. E. (n.d.). Indirect Effects of Regulatory Changes: Evidence From the Acceleration of the 10-K Filing Deadline. SSRN Electronic Journal. doi:10.2139/ssrn.3911590