Brian Nagle is an Associate Professor of Accounting at Duquesne University's A.J. Palumbo School of Business Administration and John F. Donahue Graduate School of Business. Dr. Nagle develops and teaches courses in external financial reporting, more specifically Intermediate Accounting I and II (undergraduate) and Advanced Financial Reporting (graduate). He is a past recipient of the Palumbo●Donahue School of Business Outstanding Educator Award and Kurt Rethwisch Outstanding Teacher Award.
Dr. Nagle received his Ph.D. from Saint Louis University, M.S. from the State University of New York at Albany and B.B.A. from Siena College and holds a CPA certificate from the state of New York (inactive).
Away from school, Dr. Nagle is an avid baseball fan (New York Mets), enjoys playing guitar and cooking. In addition, he frequents The Big Easy as often as time permits.
Green, S, Nagle, B, (2007), "Grade inflation: What we can do about it", Pennsylvania CPA Journal, In Press
Rau, S, Nagle, B, (2007), "Do Investors Believe that the Sarbanes-Oxley CEO/CFO Certification Requirement is an Effective Deterrent? ", American Accounting Association ABO Research Conference
Lundberg, G., Nagle, B (2008), " Positive-Negative Signal Asymmetry among External Auditors Making a Going Concern Decision-The Effect of Experience." International Journal of Organizational Theory and Behavior
Lundberg, C., & Nagle, B. (2008). Spontaneous and Feedback-induced Post-decision Restructuring on Decision Aspects Among Experienced and Novice External Auditors. International Journal of Organization Theory and Behavior, 11, 185-219.
Green, S., & Nagle, B. (2009). Implementing an Accounting Honors Program: One School's Response to the Changing Landscape of Accounting Education. Journal of Learning in Higher Education.
Green, S., & Nagle, B. (2009). Take the Air Out of Grade Inflation. Pennsylvania CPA Journal, 80, 17.
Nagle, B. (2009). An Investigation of the Impact of Codes of Ethics on the Opportunistic Judgment Tendencies in an Accounting-related Judgment. Academy of Accounting, Finance and Economics Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Nagle, B., & Rau, S. (2010). The Role of Deterrence and Retribution in Restoring Investor Confidence. Journal Of Accounting, Ethics & Public Policy, 11(4), 551-578.
Dr. Nagle's research interests include auditor cognition, ethical issues in accounting, and accounting education. His prior research has been published in several journals including Accounting Enquiries, Journal of Accounting, Ethics, and Public Policy, Journal of Accounting and Finance Research, Pennsylvania CPA Journal, Journal of Learning in Higher Education and Journal of Education for Business.