2016清华大学公司治理国际会议

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Introduction to Speakers

时间:2016.05.12

Keynote Speaker:


Douglas J. Skinner(University of Chicago-Booth School of Business)

Douglas Skinner is a leading expert in corporate disclosure practices, corporate financial reporting, and corporate finance, with a focus on payout policy. Hisresearch addresses topics such as (1) the causes and capital market effects of managers' corporate disclosure choices (especially forward-looking information, including earnings forecasts, earnings pre-announcements, and guidance, corporate conference calls, etc.) (2) how the legal and regulatory environment affects managers’ corporate disclosures>>more


Lennox Clive(University of South California- Marshall School of Business)

Lennox Clive joined the Leventhal School of Accounting in 2015. His research interests are in auditing, disclosure, fraud, bankruptcy, and empirical methods. He has published more than twenty articles in the top-tier accounting journals (Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, The Accounting Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, and the Review of Accounting Studies). His research and teaching has received numerous prizes including the Notable Contribution to the Auditing Literature Award from the American Accounting Association in 2016. Clive is an editor at The Accounting Review and Contemporary Accounting Research, and he is a member of the editorial board at the Journal of Accounting Research>>more


Presenter:


Liandong ZHANG (City University of Hongkong)

Dr. Liandong Zhang received his Ph.D. degree in accounting from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, and his B.A. degree in accounting from Tsinghua University in Beijing. He is currently an associate professor in the Department of Accountancy of City University of Hong Kong. His current research interests include corporate financial reporting and disclosure, corporate governance, and taxation. He currently teaches International Financial Statement Analysis (MAIA), Financial Reporting & Analysis for Decision Making (EMBA), and Seminar on Corporate Governance & Financial Reporting (PHD)>>more


Charles C.Y. Wang ( Harvard University- Harvard Business School)

Charles C.Y. Wang is an Assistant Professor of Business Administration in the Accounting and Management Unit and teaches the Financial Reporting and Control course in the MBA required curriculum. Professor Wang is a former lecturer in law and economics at Harvard Law School and a past fellow in its Olin Program on Corporate Governance>>more


Xiumin Martin (Washington University in Saint Louis - Olin School of Business)

Xiumin Martin joined Olin Business School in 2007 after graduating from the University of Missouri in Columbia. While working on her PhD, Martin won numerous Outstanding Research awards and an Outstanding Teaching Award. Before her work towards her doctorate degree Professor Martin worked at Deloitte and Touche Tohmatsu in Shanghai as an Auditor. She is a Chinese Institute Certified Public Accountant>>more


Hao XUE(New York University-Stern School of Business)

Hao Xue joined New York University Stern School of Business as an Assistant Professor of Accounting in July 2013. Professor Xue's research applies fully rational, economics-based models to observed accounting practices and institutions that conventional thinking and existing theories have difficulties explaining. In a recent paper studying financial analysts, Professor Xue reconciled independent analysts' disciplining role over affiliated analysts' biased forecasting behavior with the observed herding behavior among financial analysts>>more


Haiwen (Helen) Zhang( The Ohio State University- Fisher College of Business)

Professor Haiwen (Helen) Zhang earned her Ph.D. degree in accounting and taught financial accounting in the University of Minnesota before joining Fisher College of Business in 2006. Her research interests include accounting regulation, accounting choices, capital market, management disclosure, and corporate risk management behavior. Professor Zhang is particularly interested in how capital market uses accounting information and how accounting choices affects firms’ investment and production decisions>>more


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