Joseph Larkin, Ph.D, CPA, CMA, CIA

Associate Professor
Discipline Taught: Accounting
Office: MV 375
Phone: 610-660-1658
Fax: 610-660-1126
Email: joseph.larkin@sju.edu


Education

  • Temple University, 1988, PhD/CPA/CMA/CIA
  • Pennsylvania State University, 1984, MBA
  • Saint Joseph's University, 1978, BS

Professional Experience

Academic

Saint Joseph's University - Associate Professor - 1999 - Present

Saint Joseph's University - Assistant Professor - 1988 - 1998

Saint Joseph's University - Instructor - 1984 - 1988

Professional

Burton & Browse - Senior Accountant - 1980 - 1982

Arthur Andersen & Co. - Semi-senior Accountant - 1978 - 1980 

Book Reviews:

Auditing: An Integrated Approach, Arens & Loebbecke. McGraw-Hill: New York, NY, 1996

Irwin GMAC Accounting, Richard D. Irwin - 1996

Auditing: A Systematic Approach, Messier, William, McGraw-Hill: New York, NY - 1996

Modern Auditing, Boynton & Kell - 1996

Activities in Academic/Professional Organizations/Publications:

Editorial Board Member - Journal of International Accounting, Auditing and Taxation - 1990 - Present

Editorial Board Member and Column Coordinator - The Pennsylvania CPA Journal - 1996

Coordinator for Gender Selection - American Accounting Association, Mid-Atlantic Region - 1996

Session Moderator - American Accounting Association Mid-Atlantic Meeting - 1996

Manuscript Reviewer - American Accounting Association National Meeting - 1995

Column Coordinator, Human Resources - Pennsylvania CPA Journal - 1993 - 1996

Reviewer - Mid-American Journal of Business - ad hoc

Professional Experience (Consulting/Corporate Training/Reports/Projects):

Instructor - Conviser-Duffy, CPA Review Course - 1982 - Present

Author of training manual for John M. Surgent & Associates Tools and Techniques of Financial Management, 1995

Course Author/Instructor - Seminar for Internal Auditors, given for internal audit staff of the Philadelphia Parking Authority - Spring 1985
 

Courses Taught

Spring 2008

  • Managerial Accounting
  • Auditing (Coordinator)
  • Internship (Coordinator)

Fall 2007

  • Financial Accounting

Spring 2007

  • Managerial Accounting
  • Auditing (Coordinator)
  • Internship (Coordinator)

Fall 2006

  • Financial Accounting

Spring 2006

  • Managerial Accounting
  • Auditing (Coordinator)
  • Internship (Coordinator)

Fall 2005

  • Financial Accounting

Publications

Journal Publications

Larkin, J. M. (2009).  Cost-Volume Profit Modeling: A Strategic and Financial Approach.   Journal of Business Case Studies. 

Larkin, J. M. (2009).  Optimizing Resource Allocations with a Strategic Focus: An Accounting Perspective.   Journal of Business Case Studies. 
The Dual-Career Balancing Act, Pennsylvania CPA Journal, with J. Ragan, 2008.

Business Warehouse Modeling Using SAP: Simulating a Business Case to Apply Strategic Enterprise Management to Accounting. Journal of Business Case Studies.  Larkin, J. M., Ragan, J. M. , Kramer, T., & Gregory, J. (2008).

Extend Your Reach to Bring in New Recruits. Pennsylvania CPA Journal. 2008.

The Ability of Internal Auditors to Identify Ethical Dilemmas, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 23, February, 2000, pp. 401-409.

Early Employment Experiences of Accountants: Initial Placement, Job Satisfaction and Migratory Patterns, The Review of Accounting Information Systems, Volume 3, Number 3, Summer, 1999, with Bruce A. Leauby and Kenneth M. Hiltebeitel, pp. 63-72.

The Strategic and Operational role of a Supermarket Managerial Accounting System: The Case of Food Courts, Advances in Management Accounting, Volume 7, (1999) with John Haverty and Bart Hartman, pp. 239-251.

Towards Relevancy in Financial Reporting: Market-To-Market Accounting, Journal of Applied Business Research, with E. Shim pp. 33-42, Vol. 14, No. 2, Spring 1998.

Upward Mobility in Public Accounting: A Gender-Specific Student Perspective, Journal of Applied Business Research, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 109-119, Spring 1997.

Managing the Dual-Career Couple: Part II, Pennsylvania CPA Journal, pp. 16, 45, August 1996.

Managing the Dual-Career Couple: Part I, Pennsylvania CPA Journal, pp. 18, 45, February 1996.

Proceedings/Presentations

Optimizing Resource Allocations with a Strategic Focus: An Accounting Perspective. Business and Leadership Symposium, Fort Hayes State University Press. 2008.

Cost-Volume-Profit Modeling: A Strategic and Financial Approach. Business and Leadership Symposium, Fort Hayse State University Press. 2007.

Stange's, Inc., presented at the Annual Eastern Case Writers' Meeting, April 1997, with Elaine Webster and George Webster.

Early Employment Experiences of Accountants: Initial Placement, Job Satisfaction and Migratory Patterns, presented at the Mid-Atlantic Meeting of the American Accounting Association, April 1997, with Bruce Leauby and Kenneth Hiltebeitel.

Upward Mobility In Public Accounting: A Gender-Specific Student Perspective, Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting of the American Accounting Association, March 1996, with Joseph Ragan.

Toward Relevancy in Financial Reporting, Critical Perspectives on Accounting Annual Meeting, April 1996, with Eun Sup Shim.

Trade & Professional Publications:
Job Satisfaction Among Entry-Level Accountants, The CPA Journal, May, 2000 (with Kenneth M. Hiltebeitel and Bruce A. Leauby), pp. 76-78.

Books/Book Chapters/Monographs:
Tools and Techniques if Financial Management. Wayne, PA: John M. Surgent and Associates, 1995.

Work in Progress:
The Internship Experience: Student and Employer Perspectives, (working title).

A Supermarket Merger Case: Daring’s Market, (with Elaine Webster and George Webster).

Performance Appraisals in Public Accounting: Causal Factors and Gender Bias.

Turnover and Organizational Commitment in Accounting: A Discriminant Analysis Approach, with Kenneth Hiltebietel and Bruce Leauby), (working title).

The Relationship Between Attitudes Towards Women in Business and the Assignment of Causality to Audit Performance, (working title).

The Impact of SIAS 13, 'Follow-up on Reported Audit Findings' Upon Practitioners and the Extent of Their Compliance (working title).

Healthcare Detailers, Inc., a work-in process case, specific to the pharmaceutical industry.

Other Presentations:
Career Opportunities in Accounting, presented to Archbishop Wood High School, 1996

Other:
Quoted in the Philadelphia Inquirer concerning opportunities for accounting majors, January 30, 2000 and May 21, 2000
 


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