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Tracey J. Niemotko

Professor of Accounting
School of Business
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Books

Accounting basics: a survival guide for students
Tracey J. Niemotko
Kendall-Hunt, 2012. Second Edition.

Book Chapters

Chapter Title: Anti-corruption
Tracey Niemotko
Book Title: Anti-corruption laws and remedies in the United States
Volograd Scientific Publishing House, 2013

Chapter Title: Communicative education in Russia and abroad in the 21st century
Tracey Niemotko, David Niemotko
Book Title: The career path of a professional in the United States: a brief overview
Volograd Scientific Publishing House, 2012

Chapter Title: Communicative education in Russia and abroad in the 21st century
Tracey Niemotko
Book Title: Types of business organizations in the United States
Volograd Scientific Publishing House, 2012

Chapter Title: Mediation in the United States: a brief overview
Tracey Niemotko, David Rant
Book Title: The institutionalization of the conflict as a means of providing legal and social security: collective monographs
Scientific Publishing House, 2011

Articles

The importance of sustainability accounting and reporting in assessing a firm: A student’s perspective
Tracey J. Niemotko
Accounting Today (online opinion article in Voices section), 2017

The CPAs of tomorrow: graduate student perspectives on the value and purpose of the profession
Tracey J. Niemotko
The CPA Journal, v86, n8, 2016, p51.

Published Conference Proceedings

Socio-cultural idiosyncrasies of the American lifestyle and business practices within the United States
Tracey J. Niemotko, Moira Tolan
Innovative Approaches in Foreign Language Teaching: Theory and Practice, 2016

Teaching business at a faith-based institution
Tracey Niemotko, M. Tolan, M. Mackenzie, C. Zola, and C. McQuillen
Northeast Business and Economics Association Conference Proceedings, 2016