Charles Malgwi

  • Senior Lecturer, Accounting
  • MBA Suffolk University
  • Ph.D. University of Reading
  • M.Sc. Ahmadu Bello University
  • B.Sc. Ahmadu Bello University
  • Diploma Ahmadu Bello University
  • Office: Adamian Academic Center - 285 | 781.891.2774 | cmalgwi@bentley.edu
  • Department Phone: 781.891.2134 | Department Fax: 781.891.2896

Teaching Interests

Financial and Managerial Accounting; Forensic Accounting; Ethics and Corporate Governance; Auditing & Investigations ; International Accounting.

Research Interests

Forensic and Investigative Accounting ; Expert Witness; Information Systems ; Financial Reporting; Ethics and Corporate Governance.

Consulting/Practice Interests

Forensic and Investigative Accounting; Fraud Prevention and Detection Training; Expert Witness and Litigation Support; and Board Advising.

Bio

Dr. Malgwi earned his Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Reading, England, United Kingdom. He obtained his MBA degree from Suffolk University; M.Sc. Accounting & Finance, B.Sc. Accounting, and Professional Diploma in Accounting, all from the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, Nigeria. He is also a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), a Certified Fraud Specialist (CFS) and a Certified Board Adviser (CBA). He joined the faculty at Bentley University as an accounting professor in October of 1998 and has been there ever since. He served as Assistant to the Department Chair from October 1, 2000 to June 30, 2003. His teaching interests include fraud and forensic accounting, auditing, financial and managerial accounting, and international accounting. He taught in various Colleges and Universities in Nigeria, the United Kingdom and the United States. His research interests include forensic and investigative accounting, fraud, financial crimes, financial reporting, ethics and corporate governance, corruption, and litigation issues. He has presented numerous research papers at regional, national, and international conferences. He has published in many reputable journals such as the Journal of Forensic Accounting; Journal of Financial Crime; Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, Journal of Academic Ethics; The Review of Accounting and Finance; International Journal of Accounting; Auditing and Performance Evaluation; International Business Review; Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies; and Global Perspectives on Accounting Education. Dr. Malgwi is a faculty adviser of the Bentley University Student Chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) and Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) Students Association. He is the Founder, President and CEO of Corruption Prevention Institute (CPI), a non-profit organization that educates youths in preventing corruption.

Professional Memberships

  • American Accounting Association (AAA) Present
  • Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Present
  • Beta Alpha Psi Present
  • Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Present
  • Center for Strategic Business Integrity (CSBI) 2015 - Present
  • Association of Certified Fraud Specialist (ACFS) 2012 - Present
  • Anti-Corruption Research Network (ACRN) 2010 - Present
  • Awards and Honors

  • , 2010 Publication award
  • , 20th Annual Awards of the Boston NABA Professional Chapter, NABA Boston Chapter
  • 2009, Publications Award, Bentley University
  • 2008, Publications Award, Bentley University
  • 2007, Publications Award
  • 2006, Publications award
  • 2005, Publications award
  • 2004, Publications award
  • 2004, Recipient of Bentley College Faculty Affairs Committee Grant
  • 2002, Bentley College Publications Award
  • 2001, Bentley College Summer Research Grants
  • 2000, Bentley College Summer Research Grants
  • 1999, Bentley College Summer Research Grants
  • 1997, Suffolk University, Sawyer School of Management Graduate Grant
  • 1996, Suffolk University, Sawyer School of Management Graduate Grant
  • 1993, Reading University, England, Doctoral Fellowship Award
  • 1992, Reading University, England, Doctoral Fellowship Award
  • 1991, University of Maiduguri Doctoral Fellowship Award
  • 1990, University of Maiduguri Doctoral Fellowship Award
  • 1989, University of Maiduguri Doctoral Fellowship Award
  • 1988, University of Maiduguri Doctoral Fellowship Award
  • 1984, The Borno State Scholarships, Ministry of Education, Award, Nigeria.
  • Publications

    Journal Articles


  • Aggreh, M., Malgwi, C. A., Aggreh, M. S. (2020). ICT Investment and Banks Financial Performance in Nigeria. International Journal of Finance and Accounting, (Forthcoming) (Link)
  • Elliott, E., Malgwi, C. A., Ngugi, B. (2018). Mitigating microfinance marketing channel inefficiencies with customerization of mobile technology.. International Marketing Review.
  • Aggreh, M., Malgwi, C. A., Enyi-Igbokwe, A. E., Aggreh, M. S. (2018). Does Adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Affect Financial Performance? Evidence from Nigerian Deposit Money Banks.. International Journal of Accounting and Financial Reporting, (8) 3 1-27.
  • Malgwi, C., Irvin, M. W. (2017). Do Significant Stock Price Drops Signal Red Flag for Financial Statement Fraud?. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting, (9) 2 791-813.
  • Malgwi, C. A. (2016). Corollaries of Corruption and Bribery on International Business.. Journal of Financial Crime, (23) 4 948-964.
  • Augustine, D., Wheat, C. O., Jones, K. S., Baraldi, M., Malgwi, C. A. (2016). Gender diversity within the workforce in the microfinance industry in Africa: Economic performance and sustainability.. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, (Vol. 33) Number 3 227 - 241.
  • Owhoso, V., Malgwi, C. A., Akpomi, M. (2014). Does Participation in Computer-Based Learning Program in Introductory Financial Accounting Course Lead to Choosing Accounting as a Major?. Journal of Education for Business, (89) 7 367-372.
  • Malgwi, C. A., LyBlanc, B. ., , . (2014). Trade Liberalization in Ghana: An Analysis of its Impact on Poverty, Inequality and the Poultry Industry.. Bentley Microfinance Review, (Volume 2)
  • Hunter, S., Malgwi, C. A. (2013). Is Foreign Private National Debt Challenging Governance in Emerging Markets?. International Journal of Economics and Accounting (IJEA), (4) 1 54-92.
  • Soremekun, O., Malgwi, C. A. (2013). Exploring the Relationship between Foreign Direct Investment and Mobile Technology in Africa: An Application of Directed Acyclic Graphs. Case Studies in Business, Industry and Government Statistics (CS-BIGS), (5) 1
  • Malgwi, C. A., Olumayokun, S. (2013). Exploring Patterns in ICT Growth and Development in Africa: A Kohonen Map Analysis . Review of Regional Studies, (43) 2,3 175-190.
  • Deichmann, J. I., Haughton, D. M., Malgwi, C. A., Soremekun, O. (2013). Kohonen Self-Organizing Maps as a Tool for Assessing Progress toward the Millennium Development Goals.. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, (14) 3 393-419. (Link)
  • Deichmann, J. I., Malgwi, C. A. (2012). The Geography of Foreign Direct Investment in Africa: Mid-Point for the UN Millennium Goals of 2000. African Journal of Business and Economic Research/Adonis and Abbey Publishers, Ltd. , (7) 2-3 45-80. (Link)
  • Malgwi, C. A., Olumayokun, S. (2012). Exploring the Relationship between Foreign Direct Investment and Mobile Technology in Africa: An Application of Directed Acyclic Graphs.. Case Studies in Business, Industry and Government Statistics (CS-BIGS), (5) 1 58-66.
  • Malgwi, C. A. (2012). Exploring the Relationship between Foreign Direct Investment and Mobile Technology in Africa: An Application of Directed Acyclic Graphs. . Case Studies in Business, Industry and Government Statistics (CS-BIGS), (5) 1 58-66.
  • Malgwi, C. A. (2012). Foreign Direct Investment in Mobile Technology: An Exploratory Comparative Analysis of Asia and Africa. Revue Ouest Africaine de Sciences Economiques et de Gestion (ROASEG).
  • Malgwi, C. A., Owhoso, V., Brown, C., Avery, E. (2011). The Effect of Computer-Based Assisted Learning on Students’ Performance and Attrition Rates in Introductory Accounting Courses. AIS Educator Journal, (5) 10 71-94.
  • Ameen, E. C., Cynthia, J. M., Malgwi, C. A. (2010). Student Perceptions of Oral Communication Requirements and Job Desirability in the Accounting Profession. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education, (7) 31-49.
  • Deichmann, J. I., Malgwi, C. A. (2010). The Geography of Foreign Direct Investment in Africa at Mid-Point for the UN Millennium Goals. , (African Journal of Business and Economics Research) 72(2) 45-80.
  • Malgwi, C. A., Purdy, D. E. (2009). A Study of the Financial Reporting Dichotomy of Managers' Perceived Usefulness of the Value Added Statement. Business and Society Review, (114) 2 253-272.
  • Malgwi, C. A., Rakovski, C. C. (2009). Combating Academic Fraud: Are Students Reticent about Uncovering the Covert?. Journal of Academic Ethics, (DOI 10.1007/s10805-009-90) June 1-15. (Link)
  • Malgwi, C. A., Rakovski, C. (2008). Behavioral Implications and Evaluation of Academic Fraud Risk Factors. Journal of Forensic Accounting, (IX) 1 July-December.
  • Howe, M. A., Malgwi, C. A. (2006). Playing the Ponies: A $5 Million Embezzlement Case. Journal of Education for Business, (82) 1 27-33.
  • Malgwi, C. A. (2006). Discerning Accounting and Non-Accounting Students' Perceptions in the First Course in Accounting as a Proxy for Separate Course Delivery. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education (GPAE), (3) 67-91.
  • Malgwi, C. A., Owhoso, V., Gleason, K., Mathur, I. (2006). Who Invests In the Least Developed Countries: An Examination of US Multinationals in Africa. Journal of African Business, (6) 1
  • Gleason, K., Malgwi, C. A., Mathur, I., Owhoso, V. (2005). Impact of Perceived National Corruption on the Returns to US Multinationals in Transactions with Foreign Governments. The Review of Accounting and Finance, (4) 2
  • Malgwi, C. A., Howe, M. A., Burnaby, P. A. (2005). Influences on Students' Choice of College Major. The Journal of Education for Business, (80) 5 275-282.
  • Malgwi, C. A. (2004). Fraud as Economic Terrorism: The Efficacy of the Nigerian Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. Journal of Financial Crime, (12) 2 144-165.
  • Malgwi, C. A. (2004). Determinants of Accounting Anxiety in Business Students. Journal of College Teaching & Learning, (1) 2 81-94.
  • Malgwi, C. A., Emenyonu, E. N. (2004). Audit Effectiveness Preceding Bankruptcy in U.K. Financial Institutions. International Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Performance Evaluation (IJAAPE), (1) 4 503-518.
  • Emenyonu, E. N., Malgwi, C. A. (2002). International Accounting Harmonization and the Nigerian Capital Market. The Nigerian Accountant. April / June 22 - 24.
  • Owhoso, V., Gleason, K., Mathur, I., Malgwi, C. A. (2002). Entering the last frontier: Expansion by US Multinationals to Africa. International Business Review, (Volume 11) No. 4 408 - 430.
  • Purdy, D. E., Malgwi, C. A. (1999). The Value Added Statement in Great Britain and Nigeria: A Comparison of their Emergence and Status in the 1970s and 1980s. Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, (Supplement 1) 287 - 306.
  • Haughton, D. M., Malgwi, C. A., Soremekun, O. (). Foreign Direct Investment in Mobile Technology: An Exploratory Comparative Analysis of Asia and Africa. Revue Ouest Africaine de Sciences Economiques et de Gestion (ROASEG). Forthcoming.

    Book Chapters


  • Malgwi, C. A. (2014). Poverty in the Context of Africa: Poorest of the Poor? In Milenko Gudic, Al Rosenbloom and Carole Parkes, (Eds.) Socially Responsive Organizations and the Challenge of Poverty. 22-36. Sheffield: (Link)

  • Conference Proceedings


  • Malgwi, C. A.Augustine, D.Wheat, C.S., S. (2014). Does Gender Diversity Affect the Performance of Microfinance Firms? Africa Academy of Management (AFAM), (Africa Academy of Management (AFAM))
  • Malgwi, C. A.Morgan, I. (2012). Do Significant Stock Price Drops Signal Red Flag for Financial Statement Fraud? American Accounting Association, (The American Accounting Association (AAA), Annual AAA Forensic and Investigative Accounting Section Meeting)
  • Soremekun, O.Malgwi, C. A. (2010). Patterns in ICT Growth and Development in Africa: A Kohonen Analysis. American Statistical Association, (Joint Statistical Meetings)
  • Soremekun, O.Malgwi, C. A. (2009). Foreign Direct Investment and Mobile Technology: An Exploratory Study in the Emerging African Market , (New England Statistical Symposium)
  • Soremekun, O.Malgwi, C. A., . (2009). Foreign Direct Investment and Mobile Technology: An Exploratory Study in the Emerging African Market American Statistical Association, (Joint Statistical Meetings)
  • Soremekun, O.Malgwi, C. A.Haughton, D. M. (2009). Foreign Direct Investment and Mobile Technology: A comparative analysis of Africa and Asia , (International Telecommunications Society, 4th Africa-Asia-Australasia Regional Conference)
  • Malgwi, C. A.Hunter, S.Gwen, T. (2007). Does External Debt Impede on Corporate Governance in Emerging Stock Markets? , (Northeast Regional Meeting, American Accounting Association (NERAAA))
  • Malgwi, C. A.Hunter, S.Gwen, T. (2007). Does External Debt Impede on Corporate Governance in Emerging Stock Markets? , (Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting, American Accounting Association (MRAAA))
  • Malgwi, C. A.Jackson, C. (2005). A Survey of the Supply and Scholarly Productivity of Minority Accounting Faculty , (American Accounting Association, Diversity Section)
  • Pryor, C.Malgwi, C. A.Jackson, C. (2005). Assessing the Performance of ERP Systems: A Comparison of Incidences and Type of Accounting Information Systems Errors in ERP and Legacy Systems , (First Asia-Pacific Research Symposium on Accounting Information Systems)
  • Jackson, C.Malgwi, C. A. (2005). Does the Digital Divide Exist Among African American Businesses , (American Accounting Association, Diversity Section Conference)

  • Conference Papers


  • Morgan, I. W., Malgwi, C. A. (2007). Can Fraud Detection Indices predict stock performance, American Academy of Accounting, Finance and Economics.
  • Ameen, E., Jackson, C., Malgwi, C. A. (2007). Communication Requirements and Job Desirability: A Survey of Student Perceptions, Southeast Regional Meeting, American Accounting Association (SEAAA).
  • Francis, B. B., Gleason, K., Hunter, D., Malgwi, C. A. (2006). Information Risk in the International Currency Markets: Evidence from the Violation of UIRP, Financial Management Association International (FMA), FMA European Conference.
  • Francis, B. B., Gleason, K., Hunter, D., Malgwi, C. A. (2006). Information Risk in the International Currency Markets: Evidence from the Violation of UIRP, 55th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Finance Association, International Finance Symposium Sessions.
  • Malgwi, C. A., Rakovski, C. (2006). Behavioral Implications and Evaluation of Academic Fraud Risk Factors, American Accounting Association National Conference.
  • Malgwi, C. A., Rakovski, C. (2006). Behavioral Implications and Evaluation of Academic Fraud Risk Factors, American Accounting Association, Northeast Regional Conference.
  • Francis, B. B., Gleason, K., Hunter, D., Malgwi, C. A. (2005). Currency Order Flow and the Deviation from Interest Rate Parity, Financial Management Association International (FMA).
  • Howe, M. A., Malgwi, C. A. (2005). Playing the Ponies: A Five Million Dollar Embezzlement Case, American Accounting Association, Northeast Regional.
  • Malgwi, C. A. (2005). Mandatory First Course in Accounting for Business Students: Discerning Perceptual Differences among Accounting and Non-Accounting Majors, American Accounting Association National Conference.

  • Other(s)


  • Malgwi, C. A. (1993). Financial Accounting Reporting to Employees: The Stated Usefulness of the Value Added Statement in the Context of Nigeria.
  • Presentations

  • Malgwi, C. A., Owhoso, V., Human, J., Tarurho, E. (2016). “ “Understanding the Characteristics of Corruption and Computerized Environments that Enable or Deter Occupational Fraud” Presented at theAnnual Meeting of the American Accounting Association New York
  • Augustine, D. D., Wheat, , C. O., Malgwi, C. A., Simms, S. (2014). “Does Gender Diversity Affect the Performance of Microfinance Firms?” Presented at theAfrica Academy of Management (AFAM) Botswana, Africa
  • Malgwi, C. A. (2014). “Corollaries of international corruption and bribery: Action-oriented initiatives for institutions of higher learning.” Presented at the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) 1st Principles for Responsible Management Education Research Conference (PRME) Chur, Switzerland
  • Malgwi, C. A., Augustine, D., Wheat, C., S., S. (2014). “Does Gender Diversity Affect the Performance of Microfinance Firms?” Presented at the Africa Academy of Management (AFAM) Africa Academy of Management (AFAM) Gaborone, Botswana
  • Malgwi, C. A., Elliot, E. A., Ngugi, B. K., Nunekpeku, A. (2014). “Mobile Banking Apprehension in the Communications Age: An Empirical Investigation in Sub-Saharan Africa” Presented at theThe American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting Atlanta, Georgia
  • Malgwi, C. A., Owhoso, V. (2012). “Does Participation in Computer-Based Learning Program in Introductory Financial Accounting Course Lead to Choosing Accounting as a Major?” Presented at the American Institute of Higher Education (AmHighEd) American Institute of Higher Education (AmHighEd), 8th International Conference Niagara Falls, New York
  • Malgwi, C. A., Morgan, I. (2012). “Do Significant Stock Price Drops Signal Red Flag for Financial Statement Fraud?” Presented at the American Accounting Association The American Accounting Association (AAA), Annual AAA Forensic and Investigative Accounting Section Meeting Chicago, IL
  • Malgwi, C. A., Malgwi, A. A., Nunekpeku, A. (2010). “Mobile Banking in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Exploratory Study of its Adoption and Apprehension in Nigeria and Ghana” Presented at the AAA American Accounting Association (AAA), Diversity Section Atlanta, Geogia
  • Soremekun, O., Malgwi, C. A. (2010). “Patterns in ICT Growth and Development in Africa: A Kohonen Analysis.” Presented at the American Statistical Association Joint Statistical Meetings Vancouver, Canada
  • Malgwi, C. A., Morgan, I. W. (2010). “Can Fraud Detection Indices Predict Stock Price Drops? ” Presented at the AAA American Accounting Association (AAA), Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA
  • Malgwi, C. A., Morgan, I. W. (2010). “Is Foreign Private National Debt Challenging Governance in Emerging Markets?” Presented at the AAA American Accounting Association (AAA), Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA
  • Deichmann, J. I., Malgwi, C. A. (2010). “The Geography of Foreign Direct Investment in Africa: Mid-Point for the Millennium Development Goals” Presented at the Academy of International Business AIB Annual Meeting Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Malgwi, C. A., Morgan, I. W. (2010). “Can Fraud Detection Indices Predict Stock Price Drops?” Presented at the AAA American Accounting Association (AAA), Forensic and Investigative Accounting Section Baton Rouge, LA
  • Deichmann, J. I., Malgwi, C. A. (2010). “University of Ankara, Turkey. (co-authored by Charles Malgwi). Presented to 70 faculty and students. April 2010. ” Presented at the University of Ankara The UN Millennium Development Goals of 2000 and Foreign Direct Investment in Africa Ankara, Turkey
  • Malgwi, C. A., Olumayokun , S. (2010). “Foreign Direct Investment and Mobile Technology: An Exploratory Study in Emerging African Market.” Presented at the The Statistical Society of Canada, JSM Program The Statistical Society of Canada, JSM Program Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Soremekun, O., Malgwi, C. A., Haughton, D. M. (2009). “Foreign Direct Investment and Mobile Technology: A comparative analysis of Africa and Asia” Presented at theInternational Telecommunications Society, 4th Africa-Asia-Australasia Regional Conference Perth, Australia
  • Soremekun, O., Malgwi, C. A. (2009). “Foreign Direct Investment and Mobile Technology: An Exploratory Study in the Emerging African Market” Presented at the American Statistical Association Joint Statistical Meetings Washington, DC
  • Soremekun, O., Malgwi, C. A. (2009). “Foreign Direct Investment and Mobile Technology: An Exploratory Study in the Emerging African Market” Presented at theNew England Statistical Symposium Boston, MA
  • Malgwi, C. A., Hunter, S., Gwen, T. (2007). “Does External Debt Impede on Corporate Governance in Emerging Stock Markets?” Presented at theNortheast Regional Meeting, American Accounting Association (NERAAA) Hartford, Connecticut, USA
  • Ameen, E., Jackson, C., Malgwi, C. A. (2007). “Communication Requirements and Job Desirability: A Survey of Student Perceptions” Presented at theSoutheast Regional Meeting, American Accounting Association (SEAAA) Atlanta GA, USA
  • Malgwi, C. A., Hunter, S., Gwen, T. (2007). “Does External Debt Impede on Corporate Governance in Emerging Stock Markets?” Presented at theMid-Atlantic Regional Meeting, American Accounting Association (MRAAA) Parsippany, NJ, USA
  • Morgan, I. W., Malgwi, C. A. (2007). “Can Fraud Detection Indices predict stock performance” Presented at theAmerican Academy of Accounting, Finance and Economics New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Francis, B. B., Gleason, K., Hunter, D., Malgwi, C. A. (2006). “Information Risk in the International Currency Markets: Evidence from the Violation of UIRP” Presented at the55th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Finance Association, International Finance Symposium Sessions Chicago, Illinois
  • Malgwi, C. A., Rakovski, C. (2006). “Behavioral Implications and Evaluation of Academic Fraud Risk Factors” Presented at theAmerican Accounting Association National Conference Washington, D.C
  • Malgwi, C. A., Rakovski, C. (2006). “Behavioral Implications and Evaluation of Academic Fraud Risk Factors” Presented at theAmerican Accounting Association, Northeast Regional Conference Portsmouth, New Hampshire
  • Francis, B. B., Gleason, K., Hunter, D., Malgwi, C. A. (2006). “Information Risk in the International Currency Markets: Evidence from the Violation of UIRP” Presented at theFinancial Management Association International (FMA), FMA European Conference Stockholm, Sweden
  • Howe, M. A., Malgwi, C. A. (2005). “Playing the Ponies: A Five Million Dollar Embezzlement Case” Presented at theAmerican Accounting Association, Northeast Regional Tarrytown, New York
  • Pryor, C., Malgwi, C. A., Jackson, C. (2005). “Assessing the Performance of ERP Systems: A Comparison of Incidences and Type of Accounting Information Systems Errors in ERP and Legacy Systems” Presented at theFirst Asia-Pacific Research Symposium on Accounting Information Systems Melbourne, Australia
  • Francis, B. B., Gleason, K., Hunter, D., Malgwi, C. A. (2005). “Currency Order Flow and the Deviation from Interest Rate Parity” Presented at theFinancial Management Association International (FMA) Chicago, Illinois
  • Malgwi, C. A. (2005). “Mandatory First Course in Accounting for Business Students: Discerning Perceptual Differences among Accounting and Non-Accounting Majors” Presented at theAmerican Accounting Association, Northeast Regional Tarrytown, New York
  • Jackson, C., Malgwi, C. A. (2005). “Does the Digital Divide Exist Among African American Businesses” Presented at theAmerican Accounting Association, Diversity Section Conference Atlanta, Georgia
  • Malgwi, C. A., Jackson, C. (2005). “A Survey of the Supply and Scholarly Productivity of Minority Accounting Faculty” Presented at theAmerican Accounting Association, Diversity Section Atlanta, Georgia
  • Malgwi, C. A. (2005). “Mandatory First Course in Accounting for Business Students: Discerning Perceptual Differences among Accounting and Non-Accounting Majors” Presented at theAmerican Accounting Association National Conference San Francisco, California
  • Malgwi, C. A. (2004). “Determinants of Accounting Anxiety in Business Students” Presented at theAmerican Accounting Association Northeast Regional Albany, New York
  • Gleason, K., Malgwi, C. A., Mathur, I., Owhoso, V. (2004). “Impact of National Corruption of Government Transactions on the Profitability of US Multinational Corporations” Presented at theInternational Academy of African Business and development (IAABD), (5th International Conference) Atlanta, Georgia
  • Owhoso, V., Malgwi, C. A., Brown, C., Avery, E. (2003). “The Efficacy of Tutorial Assisted Learning in Introductory Accounting Courses” Presented at theAmerican Accounting Association Northeast Regional Stamford, Connecticut
  • Malgwi, C. A., Emenyonu, E. (2003). “Audit Effectiveness Preceding Bankruptcy in U.K. Financial Institutions” Presented at theEmerging Issues in International Accounting (EIIA) Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
  • Malgwi, C. A., Emenyonu, E. (2003). “Audit Effectiveness Preceding Bankruptcy in U.K. Financial Institutions” Presented at theNew England Business Administration Association (NEBAA) Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT
  • Malgwi, C. A., Gleason, K., Owhoso, V., Mathur, I. (2002). “Who Invests in the Least Developed Countries: An Examination of US Multinationals in Africa” Presented at theEmerging Issues in International Accounting (EIIA) Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
  • Pryor, C., Malgwi, C. A., Jackson, C. (2002). “Assessing the Performance of ERP Systems: A Comparison of Incidences and Type of Accounting Information Systems Errors in ERP and Legacy Systems” Presented at theInstitute of Management Accountants (IMA) San Diego, California
  • Malgwi, C. A., Gleason, K., Owhoso, V., Mathur, I. (2001). “Back In South Africa: Do Firms Create Shareholder Wealth By Reentering The Market?” Presented at theInternational Academy of African Business and development (IAABD) Washington, D.C
  • Malgwi, C. A., Gleason, K., Owhoso, V., Mathur, I. (2000). “Impact of National Corruption of Government Transactions on the Profitability of US Multinational Corporations” Presented at theEmerging Issues in International Accounting (EIIA) Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
  • Service

    Department Service


  • Mentor (Faculty) for College-wide Adviser Representing Accountancy Department. 2016 - Present
  • Committee Member for Advising 2012 - Present
  • Committee Member for Advising 2011 - Present
  • Committee Member for Department of Accountancy Awards Committee 2000 - Present
  • University Service


  • Committee Member for Academic Standards Committee 2018 - Present
  • Committee Member for Ghana Project Steering Committee 2005 - Present
  • Special Institutional Assignment for Faculty Marshall at Graduations 2001 - Present
  • Mentor (Faculty) for National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) 1999 - Present
  • Committee Member for Bentley Business Bowl Committee 1998 - Present
  • Committee Member for Bentley Business Bowl Committee 1998 - Present
  • Committee Member for Academic Standards Committee 2020 - 2020
  • Committee Member for Academic Standards Committee 2009 - 2013
  • Committee Member for Academic Standards Committee 2007 - 2012
  • Committee Member for Bentley Gospel Choir 2000 - 2009
  • Professional Service


  • Editorial Committee Member for African Journal of Economic and Sustainable Development 2011 - Present
  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer for Global Perspectives on Accounting Education 2010 - Present
  • Editorial Review Board Member for Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, Editorial ... May 2010 - Present 2010 - Present
  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer for Forensic and Investigative Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association 2010 - Present
  • Editorial Review Board Member for Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting 2010 - Present
  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer for The Accounting Educators’ Journal 2010 - Present
  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer for Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Accounting Association. 2009 - Present
  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer for Journal of Industrial Business and Economic Research (JIBER) 2008 - Present
  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer for Academy of International Business (AIB) – NE USA 2004 - Present
  • Officer, Vice President for Emerging Issues in International Accounting 2002 - 2009
  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer for Emerging Issues in International Accounting 2001 - 2009