James C. Goldstein Jr., PhD Assistant Professor of Accounting
B.S. Accounting – Binghamton University
M.B.A. Finance and Economics – New York University
Ph.D. Management Information Systems – Syracuse University
Dr. Goldstein is an assistant professor focusing on accounting information systems. Prior to joining the college, he held positions as an auditor in a Big Four accounting firm, in the controller’s division of a major Wall Street investment bank, and in the finance division of a regional bank.
Dr. Goldstein’s research interests focus on risks arising from the manner in which information systems interact with their surrounding operational environments. He has presented on information systems risk at academic conferences, and continues to conduct academic work in this increasingly important area. His expertise in this topic provides a good context for the accounting information systems courses that he teaches.
Dr. Goldstein is a Certified Public Accountant, and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.