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Walter Moore, Ph.D.

Walter Moore
Associate Professor of Accounting
walter@nova.edu

Education:

  • PHD - University Nebraska Lincoln - Business
  • MS - Colorado State University - Accounting
  • BS - University of Arkansas-Little Rock - Accounting

Dr. Moore is an Associate Professor in the Accounting and Taxation programs and teaches various courses including, accounting theory, advanced managerial accounting, accounting information systems and auditing. He joined the faculty at Nova Southeastern University in July, 1996. Previously he has taught at universities in Ohio, Michigan, Nebraska and Illinois. Dr. Moore’s experience includes both private and public accounting and holds a CPA from the state of Colorado and the CGMA designation issued by the AICPA. He has published numerous articles in academic and practitioners’ journals. In addition to his academic endeavors, Dr. Moore has worked with small companies to facilitate the achievement of ISO 9000 certification.

ACT 5730 Accounting Analytics
ACT 5741 Accounting and Reporting Issues
ACT 5743 Advanced Issues in Auditing

Walter Moore, Peter Poznanski, & Cherie Baker (2016). Sustainability Reporting by U.S. Cities: A Review of Practice and Theory. Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy 17(4), pp. Online.

Walter Moore & Peter Poznanski (2015). Sustainability Reporting: An Accountants Perspective. Journal of Management and Sustainability 5(No. 2), pp. .

Walter Moore (2014). Sustainability Reporting: A Work in Progress. Journal of Sustainability and Green Business 2(2), pp. .

Walter Moore & Christopher Newell (2010). Creating Small Business Sustainability Awareness. International Journal of Business and Management 5(9), pp. .

Walter Moore & Cherie Baker (2010). The 2008 financial crisis: FAS 157 and SAS 59 - did they reflect realty?. Journal of Finance and Accountancy 5(9&10), pp. .

Walter Moore & Cherie Baker (2007). Chinese Accounting: The New Revolution. Journal of 21st Century Accounting 7(1), pp. .

Walter Moore & Preston Jones (1999). eMACC: Implementing an Online Master of Accounting Program: Issues and Considerations. Accounting Net 1(1), pp. .

Walter Moore (1998). Redefining Present Value for Automated Capital Budgeting Projects. The Accounting Educators' Journal 1(1), pp. .

Peter Poznanski & Walter Moore (1997). Adapting the Net Present Value Analysis for Automated Capital Budgeting Projects. The Accounting Educators' Journal 9(1), pp. 93-99.

Peter Poznanski, L Larson, & Walter Moore (1996). Improving Your Chances for Getting That Job. New Accountant 11(6), pp. 10-14.

Peter Poznanski, Walter Moore, & L Koryta (1995). Shaping Your Practice: Planning a Foundation to Give Your Business Structure and Form. National Public Accountant 40(12), pp. 14-18;36-3.

Walter Moore & M Turk (1993). Doggone Dangerous! Independent Contractor Agreements. National Public Accountant 38(7), pp. 14-36.

Walter Moore (1993). Independent Contractors or Employees? Minimizing the Risk of IRS Reclassification. Healthcare Financial Management (), pp. 118-124.

Walter Moore (1993). Part-Time Radiologists: Independent Contractors or Employees?. The RMBA Bulletin (), pp. 11-12.

Walter Moore (1993). Sec.530 Relief Under Independent Contractor Arrangements. The CPA Journal (), pp. 66-67.

Walter Moore (1992). Factors Influencing Slack in Governmental Budget Processes. Accounting Enquiries 1(1), pp. 95-125.

Walter Moore (1990). Expectancy Theory and Politicization's Effect on Budgetary Slack in Municipalities: Some Preliminary Evidence. New Directions in Public Administration Journal 1(1), pp. 31-41.

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