Madeline A. Domino is an associate professor of accounting in the Lynn Pippenger School of Accountancy in Sarasota-Manatee. She is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a designation as a Master Analyst in Financial Forensics. Prior to joining USF, she worked as an audit manager for PricewaterhouseCoopers, an international controller for Gould International’s European Division and as CFO and audit committee member for a major affiliate of Bank of America.
Her teaching and research interests include accounting ethics, accounting information systems, auditing and forensic accounting and she has taught at University of Central Florida, Georgia State University, Mercer University and Saint Leo Center for Online Learning. She has received a number of teaching and research awards and developed a course in forensic accounting for the Masters in Professional Accountancy program for Georgia State University. Her work has been published in the Journal of Business Ethics, Strategic Organization, the Accounting Research Journal, Information Technology & Management and the Journal of Investigative and Forensic Accounting. She is active in the American Accounting Association, serves as a member of the Florida Continuing Education Ethics Subcommittee, AIS Educators and is a reviewer for a number of academic publications.
Domino earned a PhD with a concentration in management Information systems from USF and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Florida State University.
- Domino, M., S. Schrag, M. Webinger, and C. Troy. (2021). Linking data analytics to real-world business issues: The power of the pivot table. Journal of Accounting Education, Vol. 57.
- Domino, M.A., G. Giordano and M. Webinger. (2017). An Investigation of the Factors that impact the Perceived Value of Forensic Accounting Certifications. The Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, 9(1): 637-653.
- Thornhill, R., C. Troy and M.A. Domino. (2016). Passing the plate: A study of internal Controls in local churches. The Journal of Theoretical Accounting Research, 12(1): 25-54.
- Domino, M.A., M. Stradiot and M. Webinger. (2015). Factors which may bias judges' decisions to exclude accounting expert witnesses testimony. Accounting Research Journal, 28(1): 9-77
- Domino, M.A., S.E. Wingreen, J.E. Blanton. (2015). Social Cognitive Theory: The Antecedents and Effects of Ethical Climate Fit on Organizational Attitudes of Corporate Accounting Professionals - A reflection of client narcissism and fraud attitude risk. Journal of Business Ethics, 131(2): 453-467