Ross Fuerman, PhD, JD
Associate Professor, Accounting & Business LawSend a Message
Dr. Fuerman has worked as an attorney (both transactions and litigation), CPA, fraud auditor, expert witness, securities regulator and litigation consultant. His research is on financial disclosure-related securities fraud, accounting restatements, auditing, audit quality indicators, law and corporate governance. Dr. Fuerman’s primary teaching interests are Auditing and Fraud Examination and he created related courses at Suffolk.
Honors and Recognitions
- Theta Delta Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi at Suffolk University Faculty of the Year Award for 2001-2002. SBS Summer Research Grant, 2001.
- Editorial board member, the Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting
- Editorial board member, the Journal of Forensic Accounting Research
Recent Intellectual Contributions
Refereed Journal Articles
Feng, Nancy and Ross Fuerman (2019). Securities Class Actions in the United States and Canada against Chinese Companies and their Auditors: An Empirical Investigation. Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, 11(1), 103-137.
Feng, Nancy and Ross Fuerman (2018). Securities Class Actions of Chinese Companies. Corporate Ownership and Control, 15(4), 24.
Ross Fuerman (2016). Securities Class Actions Compared to Derivative Lawsuits: Evidence from the Stock Option Backdating Litigation on their Relative Disciplining of Fraudster Executives. Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, 8(2), 198-217.