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Davis College of Business
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Jacksonville, FL 32211
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Dr. Kim Capriotti
Associate Professor of Accounting & Finance
Davis College of Business
Dr. Kim Capriotti, Associate Professor of Finance and Accounting, currently teaches the accounting and finance introductory courses in the Accelerated Degree Program (ADP), in addition to the auditing course for accounting majors. Her research interests include broker account mismanagement and auditing failures. She has published papers in several journals, including the Journal of Forensic Accounting, Global Perspectives on Accounting Education, and Issues in Accounting Education. Since 2004, she has served as JU’s Faculty Athletics Representative to the NCAA, ensuring the balance between athletics and academics for the benefit of the student-athletes.
- Ph.D. - Accounting - Florida State University
- M.B.A. - Accounting, Finance - University of Minnesota
- B.S. - Accounting - University of Kentucky
- Associate Professor of Finance and Accounting, Jacksonville Univ., 2007- present
- Assistant Professor of Finance and Accounting, Jacksonville Univ., 2001-07
- Instructor of Finance, University of North Florida. 1999 - 2001
- Visiting Instructor of Finance, University of North Florida. 1998 - 99
- Visiting Assistant Professor of Accounting, University of North Florida. 1994-96, 97-98
- Adjunct Instructor, Jacksonville University. 1994
- Assistant Professor of Accounting, Drake University. 1992-93
- Certified Public Accountant (MN-Inactive)
- Staff Auditor, Touche Ross & Co. 1984-86
Recent Scholarship & Research
Anderson, S. C., Capriotti, K., Shea, V. The Misguided Bond: An Accounting Case is reprinted in Case Studies in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Auditing by D. Larry Crumbley, Wilson A. LaGraize, and Christopher E. Peters, 2013, pp. 91-100.
D’Aquila, J., Capriotti, K., The US SEC's Case Against National Century Financial Enterprises' Auditors: The Danger in Using Management Representations as Sufficient Appropriate Audit Evidence. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education. (2011)8, 97-101.
D’Aquila, J. Capriotti, K. (2011). The SEC’s Case Against California Micro Devices: A Lesson Using Professional Skepticism and Obtaining Sufficient Appropriate Evidence. Issues in Accounting Education. (Feb. 2011) 26(1), 145-154.
She swims with a masters swim group, in addition to running, biking, yoga, and pilates.