Josh Filzen, PhD
Josh Filzen, CPA, is currently an assistant professor for the Department of Accountancy at Boise State University, which he joined in 2015. He received a PhD in accounting from the University of Oregon, a M.S. and a B.B.A. in accountancy from Boise State University.
Filzen’s previous professional experience includes assistant professorships at the University of Nevada – Reno and Michigan Technological University, as well as a position as a senior accountant at Moss Adams, LLP.
- PhD, Accounting, University of Oregon, 2011
- M.S. Accountancy (summa cum laude), Boise State University, 2005
- B.B.A. Accountancy (summa cum laude), Boise State University, 2004
- Bergner, J.M., J.J. Filzen, and M.G. Simkin. (2016). Why Use Multiple Choice Questions with Excess Information? Journal of Accounting Education, 34: 1-12.
- Filzen, J.J., and M.G. Simkin. (2016). Using Color to Enhance Spreadsheet Accuracy and Usefulness. ISACA Journal, 2.
- Bergner, J.M., J.J. Filzen, and J.A. Wong. (2016). Navigating the Accounting Academic Job Market and Related Advice. Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations, 18: 147-176.
- Filzen, J.J. (2015). The Information Content of Risk Factor Disclosures in Quarterly Reports. Accounting Horizons, 29 (4): 887-916.
- Filzen, J.J., and K. Peterson. (2015). Financial Statement Complexity and Meeting Analysts' Expectations. Contemporary Accounting Research, 32 (4): 1517-1594.
- Filzen, J.J., and M.G. Simkin. (2015). Audit Accounting Data Using Excel Pivot Tables: An Aging of Accounts Receivable Example. ISACA Journal, 1: 43-48.
Current Courses: Fall 2017
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|ACCT 516-4201: Financial Statement Analysis |
[ACCT 516-4201 syllabus]
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|ACCT 516-1: Financial Statement Analysis |
[ACCT 516-1 syllabus]