David DeBoskey, Ph.D., CPA (NJ Inactive)
- Associate Professor
- Charles W. Lamden School of Accountancy
- Student Services East
Room 2433 (SSE-2433)
Mail Code: 8221
David G. DeBoskey is an Associate Professor in the Charles W. Lamden School of Accountancy and served as the KPMG Faculty Fellow from 2011-2012. Since joining the College of Business Administration faculty in 2006, he has taught upper-division undergraduate accounting courses for the Charles W. Lamden School of Accountancy and specialized graduate MBA courses in the Sports and Executive MBA programs at SDSU.
Dr. DeBoskey’s main research interests are in the areas of information risk, disclosure, cost of capital, corporate governance, auditor specialization, and executive pedagogy; he has additional interest in executive education, specifically examining the impact of accounting education in international executive instruction. His expertise in these areas has made him a requested speaker at top-tier conferences and has positioned him as an authority on executive compensation to the national media: His quotes and analysis have been widely cited in outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, LA Times, USA Today and Dow Jones.Read More…
A seasoned business executive, Professor DeBoskey brings real-word experience into the classroom. Prior to coming to SDSU, he served in various financial and managerial executive positions for both public and private companies. His extensive experience encompassed SEC reporting, financial reporting and budgetary oversight, contracting, internal and external audit responsibilities, human resources and information systems, and treasury functions for the healthcare, financial services, and mortgage banking industries located on Wall Street. He has taught accounting and finance courses in Beijing and Shanghai, China, Singapore and for a nationally ranked Executive MBA program for over 10 years.
Since his hire, Dr. DeBoskey has served as Faculty Advisor of Beta Alpha Psi (Accounting Honor Society), raising the chapter’s profile by achieving Gold Status for three out of the last five years and finishing First Place at Regionals’ Best Practice Competition for three of the last six years. In 2011, the National organization of BAP honored him with one of its five Outstanding Faculty Advisor Awards. He is also the recipient of the Mark Chain Federated Schools of Accountancy Award honorable mention in 2010. In 2013 and 2014, Dr. DeBoskey was selected as the Most Influential Faculty from the Top Graduating Undergraduate Student Luke Mourian and Hamed Hajiha, respectively.
His articles have been published in various peer-reviewed academic journals, including The Journal of Banking & Finance, Issues in Accounting Education, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, The CPA Journal, Valuation Strategies, Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Journal of Business and Accounting, Practical Tax Strategies and Journal of Real Estate Taxation.
He received his Ph.D. in accounting from Rutgers University, where he also completed his Masters in Business Administration.
- 2015 Teaching Excellence Award, Accountancy, College of Business Administration, CBA, $10000.00
- DeBoskey, D. G., Melendy-Kern, S. (2015). The Effect of Deregulation and Capital Market Incentives. International Journal of Economics and Business Research, Vol. 9 (2), 186-220.
- DeBoskey, D. G. (2015) VP of Academic Relations, Board of Directors, Financial Executives International (San Diego).
- Lightner, K. M., Bosco, B., DeBoskey, D. G., Lightner, S. M. (2013). For a Better Approach to Lease Accounting: Fixing the remaining sticking points. The CPA Journal, Vol. 83 (9).
- DeBoskey, D. G., Gillett, P. R. (2013). The Impact of Multi-Dimensional Corporate Transparency on Us Firms’ Credit Ratings and Cost Of Capital. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Vol. 40, 101-134.
- Lightner, K. M., Bosco, B., DeBoskey, D. G., Lightner, S. M. (2013). Accounting for Leases: Under the Forthcoming Exposure Draft. The CPA Journal, Vol. 83 (1), 16-27.
- Chan, H. C., DeBoskey, D. G., Hee, K. (2012). Audit Fee Patterns of Big Four and Non-Big Four Firms. The CPA Journal, Vol. 82 (10), 32-36.
- Bosco, B., DeBoskey, D. G., Jenkins, T., Cross, M. (2012). How and Why Leveraged Lease Accounting Should be Saved. Journal of Real Estate Taxation, Vol. 39 (4), 140-146.
- DeBoskey, D. G., Jiang, W. (2012). Earnings Management and Auditor Specialization in the Post-Sox Era: An Examination of the Banking Industry. Journal of Banking and Finance, Vol. 36 (2), 613-623.
- DeBoskey, D. G., Bosco, B., Cross, M., Jenkins, T. (2012). Leveraged Leasing Reaches Crossroads. Practical Tax Strategies, Vol. 88 (6), 244-250.
- DeBoskey, D. G., Doran, M. (2012). Data Visualization: An Alternative and Complementary Learning Strategy to Teaching Ratio Analysis. International Research Journal of Applied Finance, Vol. III (6), 799-821.
- DeBoskey, D. G., Lightner, K. M. (2011). Accounting for Stock Options: A Comparative Simulation for Straight-Line and Graded Vesting Attriubtions Methods. The CPA Journal, Vol. 81 (8), 50-53.
- DeBoskey, D. G. (2009). Enhancing Teaching Effectiveness of Financial Accounting to Chinese Executives—A Case Study and Generalized Approach. Issues in Accounting Education, Vol. 24 (4), 511-529.
- Chan, H. C., DeBoskey, D. G., Whittenburg, G. (2009). The Impact of the Managerial Ownership Concentration on the Usage of Independent Contractors in Operations. Journal of Business and Accounting (Summer), 69-86.
- DeBoskey, D. G., Fleming, D. M., Whittenburg, G. (2008). Dynamism of the Largest Firms Over the Last 100 Years On In House Research & Development—A Historical Synthesis. Journal of Business and Accounting, Vol. 1 (1), 138-148.
- DeBoskey, D. G., Fleming, D. M., Whittenburg, G. (2008). Inter-Firm Alliances vs. Mergers and Acquisitions: The Impact of Learning on Innovation. Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 17 (2), 100-108.
- DeBoskey, D. G., Lightner, S. M., Whittenburg, G. (2007). IRS Clarifies section 263A inventory revaluation methods. Valuation Strategies, Vol. 10 (4), 18-23 and 48.
- DeBoskey, D. G., Lightner, S. M., Whittenburg, G. (2007). IRS Clarifies section 263A inventory revaluation methods. Reprint. Practical Tax Strategies (February), 94-99.
- Faculty Advisor, Beta Alpha Psi
- Chair, Charles W. Lamden School of Accountancy Undergraduate Committee
- Member, Charles W. Lamden School of Accountancy Undergraduate Committee
- Member, Charles W. Lamden School of Accountancy Review, Tenure and Promotion (RTP) Committee
- Member, College of Business Administration Specialized and International Programs (SIP) Committee
- Board of Directors Technology Task Force Member, Beta Alpha Psi
- Ad-hoc Reviewer Journal of Banking and Finance
- Ad-hoc Reviewer Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting
- Co-Track Coordinator Western Regional American Accounting Association Meeting
- Co-Program Chair American Accounting Association Annual Meeting (Atlanta, Ga.)
- CTLA Coordinator, Western Regional Meeting American Accounting Association (Salt Lake City, UT)
- Chapter Advocate, Western and North West Regions: Beta Alpha Psi
- CTLA Coordinator, Western Regional Meeting AAA, Salt Lake City, Utah
- Chapter Advocate West and Northwest Regions
- Program Chair Western Regional AAA Meeting,CoronadoCa
- Program Chair Western Regional AAA Meeting,CoronadoCa
- President Western Region AAA 2015-2016
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