Dr. Mohamed Gomaa

 Dr. Mohamed Gomaa

  • Email: mgomaa@cpp.edu
  • Department: Accounting Dept.
  • Title: Associate Professor
  • Phone: (909) 869-2374
  • Fax: (909) 869-4511
  • Location: 164-2081
  • Education & Certification:
    • PhD, Maastricht University
    • MAcc, University of South Florida
    • MSc, University of Florida
    • BS, in Accounting, Alexandria University
  • Teaching Interest:
    • Data Analytics
    • Fraud and Forensic Accounting
    • Accounting Information Systems
    • Auditing and Assurance Services
    • Cost/Managerial Accounting
  • Professional Experiences
  • Research Interest
    • Accounting Information Systems
    • Auditing
  • Recent Publications
    • Tinkelman, D., and M. Gomaa. (2020). Calibrating Word-Sized Graphics for Financial Accounting Applications: Evidence and Examples. Journal of Emerging Technology in Accounting. Forthcoming
    • Pak, H. S., Gomaa, M., and F. Kang. (2020) Student Performance in Online Accounting Tests: In-class vs. Take-home.. Pan-Pacific journal of business research. Forthcoming
    • Ahadiat, N., and M. Gomaa. (2020). Online Education: How to Improve Security and Integrity of Online Accounting Programs. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies. 24: 1-14.
    • Gomaa, M., and A. Gomaa. (2020). The Effect of Time Pressure, Task Complexity and Litigation Risk on Auditors’ Reliance on Decision Aids. Journal of Theoretical Accounting Research. 15(2):1-33
    • Gomaa, A., Gomaa, M. and A. Stampone, (2019). A Transaction on the Blockchain: An AIS Perspective, Intro Case to Explain Transactions on the ERP And the Role of the Internal and External Auditor. Journal of Emerging Technology in Accounting. 16(1): 47-64.
    • Gomaa, M., Kanagaretnam, K., Mestelman, S., and M. Shehata. (2018). Testing the Efficacy of Replacing the Incurred Credit Loss Model with the Expected Credit Loss Model. European Accounting Review. 28(2): 309-334.
    • Ahadiat, N., and M. Gomaa. (2018) Health Care Fraud and Abuse: An Investigation of the Nature, and Most Common Schemes. Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting. 10(3): 428-435.
    • Gomaa, M. I., Mestelman, S., Nainar, S. M. Khalid, Shehata, M. (2017). Endogenous versus Exogenous Fairness Indices in Repeated Ultimatum Games. Theoretical Economics Letters. 7(6, October):1568-1594.
    • Sledgianowski, D., M. Gomaa, and C. Tan. (2017). Toward Competency Integration in the Accounting Curriculum: Examples Using Big Data Analytics, Information Systems and Technology as Facilitators. Journal of Accounting Education, 38(March): 81-93.
    • Gomaa, M. I. (2016). Electronic and Paper Document Retention and Auditors’ Responsibilities. Review of Business Information Systems. 20(1): 5-12.
    • Gomaa, M. I., Mestelman, S., Nainar, S. K., M., Shehata, M. (2016). Fairness in an Ultimatum Game. Theoretical Economics Letters. 6(2):186-194.
    • Gomaa, M. I. (2015). The Effect of Different Organization Schemes on the Free Recall of Computer Control Objectives. Business and Management Review. 5(2).
    • Gomaa, M. I., Kanagaretnam, K., Mestelman, S., and M. Shehata. (2015). Exercising Empowerment in an Investment Environment. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance. 7, 33-41.
    • Gomaa, M. I. (2014). Email Advertising: A Stochastic Epidemic Model and an Approach to Measure Effectiveness. Business and Management Review. 3(12).
    • Gomaa, M. (2012). An Empirical Investigation of the Relationship between Executive Risk Sharing and Stock Performance in New and Old Economy Firms. Accounting and Finance Research. 1(1): 106-115.
    • Gomaa, M. I., A. Markelevich, and L. Shaw. (2012). Introducing XBRL through a Financial Statement Analysis Project. Journal of Accounting Education. 29(2-3): 153-173.
    • Gomaa, M. I., J. E. Hunton, E. H. J. Vaassen, and M. A. Carrie. (2011). Decision Aid Reliance: Modeling the Effects of Decision Aid Reliability and Pressures to Perform on Reliance Behavior. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems. 12(3): 206-224.
    • Gold, A., J. E. Hunton, and M. I. Gomaa. (2009). The Impact of Client and Auditor Gender on Auditors' Judgments. Accounting Horizons, 23(1), 1-18.
    • Gomaa, M. I., J. E. Hunton, and J. M. Rose. (2008). The Effects of Control Risk and Litigation Risk on Decision Aid Reliance. International Journal of Applied Decision Sciences, 1(1), 80-106.
    • Lynch, A. and M. Gomaa. (2003). Understanding the Potential Impact of Information Technology on the Susceptibility of Organizations to Fraudulent Employee Behavior. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems. 4(4):295-308.
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