Nora Gordon

Lecturer in Finance and Accounting

Prior to pursing a career in academia, Nora has worked as an auditor in a Big Four Accountancy firm, in an international setting for over four years.

In 2015 Nora obtained a Ph.D. scholarship at the Waterford Institute of Technology. Currently, she researches at the AIB Centre for Business and Finance Research. The title of the PhD study is “An investigation into analysts’ conflicts of interest pre and post financial crisis: the impactof the Market Abuse Directive 2003/EC/6 (MAD)”.

Nora has presented at the Doctoral Colloquium of the Irish Accounting & Finance Association (IAFA) 2016 Conference, at the Waterford Institute of Technology. She presented at the Irish Accounting & Finance Association (IAFA) 2017 Doctoral Colloquium and Conference at the Athlone Institute of Technology. In June of 2017, she presented at the Merton H. Miller Doctorial Doctoral Colloquium at the European Financial Management Association (EFMA) Annual Conference at the American College of Greece in Athens. There her research was reviewed by Stefano Giglio, Associate Professor of Finance from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business and Professor John Doukas who is an Associate of the Judge Business School at Cambridge University, UK and managing editor of the EFMA Journal.

In 2018, Nora has been selected by the IAFA to be the Irish candidate at the American Accounting Association Doctorial Colloquium, at the Deloitte University in the USA. The American Accounting Association is the premier and the largest community of accountants in academia.