Eman Momeni

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Eman Momeni
Lincoln Hall 231

Assistant Professor of Accounting

Ph.D., Accounting, 2017, University of Isfahan, Iran

Master’s, Accounting, 2011, California State University, Fullerton


Dr. Eman Momeni joined Northern in August 2020. He previously worked in the public accounting and auditing field for three years in California. Dr. Momeni has more than six years of worldwide professional accounting experience as controller, cost accounting manager, and financial advisor. His Ph.D. research emphasis was "Convergence Effects of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) on Emerging Markets." California State University, Fullerton, from which he earned a master's degree, is a double AACSB-accredited business school in Southern California. 


Academic Awards

Sanford Faculty Development Award, Northern State University, 2022

Becker Professional Education Award, California State University, Fullerton, 2010


Courses Taught

Accounting Principles

Advanced Accounting

Cost and Managerial Accounting

Accounting Theory

Forensic Accounting

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)


Research Interests

Convergence effects of international standard setting in accounting

Value relevance and information content of accounting data, and presentation of financial statements

Forensic accounting education

Emerging markets


Publications and Seminars

Rahrovi, A., Foroughi, D., Momeni, E. (2022). “The Prospect Theory and Managements' Fraud Incentives in Financial Reporting: A Literature Review”. International Conference on Accounting and Finance (ICAF), Denver, Co.


Momeni, E., Foroughi, D., Amiri, H., (2019). “The Comparison of Value Relevance of Assets Reporting in Traditional and Restructured Balance sheet based on IASB and FASB Exposure Draft”, Journal of Empirical Research in Accounting, Vol. 8, Issue 2, 2019, pp. 51–70.


Momeni, E., Foroughi, D., Amiri, H.  (2017). “The Study of Value Relevance of Disaggregated Profitability Based on the New Framework of Financial Statements proposed by IASB & FASB, For Tehran Stock Exchange Companies”, Journal of Accounting and Auditing Research, Vol.9 (33), pp. 24-41.


Momeni, E., (2016).  “Review of Restructured Financial Statement Value relevance based on IASB & FASB ED”, Conference of Accounting and Financial Management, University of Isfahan, Iran.


Momeni, E., Alali, F. (2013). “Modeling perspective: Effects of Professional Liability Insurance on Audit Quality”, University of Isfahan Seminar of Accounting and Financial Management, Isfahan, Iran.



Research Papers (in progress)

“A study of Current Modular Contents and Teaching Techniques in Fraud & Forensic Accounting Education, Academicians’ Perspective.”


“The Impact of Emerging Market’s Microstructure Legislations on Market Efficiency: Evidence from Iran”