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Jason Cherubini

Executive in Residence of Finance
Jason Cherubini

Research Areas

Jason Cherubini's research encompasses investor motivations in equity-based crowdfunding, integration of emerging concepts into academic curricula, and the application of artificial intelligence in business education. His practitioner focused work investigates how individual investors decide which crowdfunding campaigns to support and the factors that influence these decisions. His education focused research explores the incorporation of cryptocurrency and other emerging finance topics into educational programs to prepare students for evolving financial landscapes. Additionally, he examines how AI tools can enhance learning and professional practices in business education and practice. This multifaceted research aims to bridge the gap between academic theory and practical application, providing valuable insights for both educators and practitioners.

Academic Degrees

DBA, University of South Florida
MBA, Tulane University
MAcct, Tulane University
BSM, Tulane University

Representative Publications

Cherubini, J. C. (2023). For Love or Money: Investor Motivations in Equity-Based Crowdfunding. *University of South Florida*.

Cherubini, J. C. (2021). Red Sky at Morning for Dawn’s Light Movies? In *Case Studies on Perspectives on Management and Digital Business*, 241-254.

Bowen, J. L., & Cherubini, J. C. (2015). Emotional labor in the liberal arts. In L. E. Zysberg & S. E. Raz (Eds.), *Emotional intelligence: current evidence from psychophysiological, educational, and organizational perspectives*.

Rich, K. T., Cherubini, J. C., & Zhu, H. (2012). IFRS in introductory financial accounting using an integrated, comparison-based approach. *Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations*, 349-381.

Zhu, H., Rich, K. T., Michenzi, A. R., & Cherubini, J. (2011). User-oriented IFRS education in introductory accounting at US academic institutions: current status and influencing factors. *Issues in Accounting Education, 26*(4), 725-750.

Cherubini, J., Rich, K., Zhu, H., & Michenzi, A. (2011). IFRS in the General Business Curriculum: Why Should We Care? *The CPA Journal, 81*(2), 13.

Professional Designations

Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Certified Management Accountant (CMA)
Certified Global Management Accountant (CGMA)