Marc Massoud, Ph.D.
Robert A. Day Distinguished Professor of Accounting
Areas of Expertise:
- Awards and Affiliations
- Research and Publications
Born and raised in Alexandria, Egypt. Came to the U.S. in 1967 to start the Graduate School at NYU and came to CMC in 1980.
Recipient of the Huntoon Superior Teaching Award (13 times).
“Ethics of Options Repricing and Backdating: Banishing Greed from Corporate Governance and Management,” with Cecily Raiborn, Roselyn Morris, and Chuck Pier, CPA Journal, October 2007.
“Extraordinary Items: Time for Elimination,” with Cecily Raiborn and J. Humphrey, CPA Journal, February 2007.
“Should Auditor Rotation Be Mandatory,” with Cecily Raiborn and C. Schorg, Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, May/June 2006.
“Corporate Governance, Public Accounting Firms and Multinational Corporations: The US Sarbanes-Oxley Act Perspective,” with Dan Shim, Journal of Corporate Ownership and Control, Winter 2005-2006.
“Impairment of Asset Values,” Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management, May 2005.
“Earnings Management and Vendor Allowances,” Journal of Forensic Accounting, January/February 2005.
“Using a ‘Culture Audit’ to Pick M&A Winners,” with Cecily Raiborn and C. Schorg, The Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, May/June 2004.
“Managing and Controlling Risk in Global Operations,” with Cecily Raiborn, The Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, September/October 2003.
“Accounting for Goodwill: Are We Better Off?” with Cecily Raiborn Review of Business, Spring 2003.
“Accounting for Harmony: Survey of European Inconsistencies,” The Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, Spring 1990.
“Audit Committees: Can They Meet the New Challenges?” The Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, Winter 1989/1990.