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HKUST is Asia's premier accounting program, combining world-leading research, award-winning teaching, outstanding students, and a state-of-the-art curriculum to train tomorrow's leaders.  All faculty are PhDs from the world's foremost universities -  such as, Chicago,  Illinois, London Business School, Oregon, Oxford,  Purdue, Rochester, Texas,  UBC and  UCLA, - who offer cutting-edge insights and international perspective vital for career success in the 21st Century. HKUST's curriculum develops all-round knowledge, communications, professional and leadership skills that employers want.  HKUST attracts Hong Kong's best students and HKUST graduates earn top job offers and honors on CPA exams.  HKUST is accredited unconditionally by the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.  In 1999, HKUST became the first accounting program outside North America to win accreditation from AACSB, the premier accrediting agency for business schools.   According to <The UTD Top 100 Business School Research Rankings>, the Department ranks 15th worldwide in publications in top three accounting journals in the last ten years (2003-2012). <Learn More>
                          

 

 

HKUST places 2nd in Greater China
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Our Newest Publications
 
  • WANG, Shiheng, CHEN, TAI-YUAN, Chen Lung Chin and Chun Yao. "The Effects of Financial Reporting on Bank Loan Contracting in Global Markets: Evidence from Mandatory IFRS Adoption" Journal of International Accounting Research forthcoming.
     
  • HUNG, MINGYI, XI LI and SHIHENG WANG."Post-earnings-announcement drift in global markets: Evidence from an information shock." The Review of Financial Studies, Forthcoming.
  • CHEN, KEVIN and Feng Tang. "Post-IFRS Revaluation Adjustments and Executive Compensation." (Conditionally accepted at Contemporary Accounting Research).
     
  • HUNG, MINGYI, Hyun Hong and Jieying Zhang. "The use of debt covenants worldwide: Institutional determinants and implications on financial reporting."  Contemporary Accounting Research. Forthcoming.
     
  • HUI, KAI WAI and Steve Matsunaga. "Are CEOs and CFOs Rewarded for Disclosure Quality?" The Accounting Review, Forthcoming. (with Steve Matsunaga).
     
  • CHARLES HSU, Frank Heflin and Qinglu Jin. "Accounting Conservatism and Street Earnings." Review of Accounting Studies, Forthcoming.
     
  • ZHANG, GUOCHANG, Hou, Qingchuan, Qinglu Jin, Rong Yang and Hongqi Yuan. "Performance Commitments of Controlling Shareholders and Earnings Management." Conditionally accepted by Contemporary Accounting Research.
     
  • HUNG, MINGYI, Mark DeFond, Siqui Li and Yinghua Li. "Does Mandatory IFRS Adoption Affect Crash Risk?" The Accounting Review, Forthcoming.
     
  • HUNG, MINGYI, TJ Wong and Fang Zhang. "The Value of Political Ties versus Market Credibility: Evidence from Corporate Scandals in China." conditionally accepted at Contemporary Accounting Research,
     
  • CHEN, K.C.W, CHEN, TAI YUAN, L.H. Chan and Y. Yu. "Substitution between Real and Accrual-Based Earnings Management after Voluntary Adoption of Compensation Clawback Provisions." The Accounting Review, forthcoming.
     
  • HUANG, ALLEN, ZANG AMY and Rong Zheng. "Evidence on the Information Content of Text in Analyst Reports" The Accounting Review, Forthcoming.
  • HUNG, MINGYI, Hyun Hong and Gerald Lobo. (2014). "The impact of mandatory IFRS adoption on IPOs in global capital markets." (July 2014). The Accounting Review, 89, 1365-1397.
     
  • HSU, CHARLES, Gilles Hilary and Rencheng Wang. (2014) "Management Forecast Consistency." Journal of Accounting Research, 52, pp. 163-191.
     
  • ZHANG, GUOCHANG. (2014) Accounting Information and Equity Valuation: Theory, Evidence, and Applications. Springer Series in Accounting Scholarship, Vol. 6. Springer: New York (233 pages)
    http://www.springer.com/business+%26+management/accounting/book/978-1-4614-8159-1
     
  • HSU, CHARLES and Qinglu Jin. "The Efficiency of Earnings Forecast Pricing." Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, forthcoming.
     
  • CHEN, K. C. W , CHEN, TAI YUAN and L. H. Chan. "The effects of firm-initiated clawback provisions on bank loan contracting." Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 110, 2013, pp. 659-679.
     
  • YOU, HAIFENG. "Valuation-driven Profit Transfer among Corporate Segments." Review of Accounting Studies, Forthcoming.
     
  • HUI, KAI WAI, Eric Yeung. "Underreaction to Industry-Wide Earnings and the Post-Forecast Revision Drift." Journal of Accounting Research, Forthcoming.
     
  • CHEN, TAI YUAN, S. Dasgupta and Y. Yu. "Transparency and financing choices of family firms, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Forthcoming.
     
  • LI, XI, Guodong Gao, Rodney Sullivan and Danielle Yu. "Sell-side Analysts and 
    Gender: A Comparison of Performance, Behavior, and Career Outcomes." 
    Financial Analysts Journal, Forthcoming.
  • LI, XI. (2014). "The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and Cross-listed Foreign Private Issuers." 
    Journal of Accounting and Economics 58, 21-40
  • HSU, CHARLES and Gilles Hilary. (2013)." Analyst Forecast Consistency." 
    Journal of Finance 68, pp. 271–297.
  • ZHANG, GUOCHANG. (2013). "Accounting Standards, Cost of Capital, Resource Allocation, and Welfare in a Large Economy." The Accounting Review 88 (3), 2013.
     
  • CHEN, KEVIN, CHEN, TAI YUAN, L. Chan and Y.Yu. (2012). "The Effects of Firm-initiated Clawback Provisions on Earnings Quality and Auditor Behavior." Journal of Accounting and Economics 54, pp. 180-196.
     
     
  • CHEN, TAI YUAN, L. Chan, S. Janakiraman and S. Radhakrishnan. (2012). "Reexamining the Relation between Audit and Non-audit Fees: Dealing with Weak Instruments in Two-stage Least Squares Estimation." Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance, July 2012.
  • YOU, HAIFENG and Patricia Dechow. (2012). " Analysts' Motives for Rounding EPS Forecasts." The Accounting Review 87 (6), 1939-1966.
  • YOU, HAIFENG, Neslihan Ozkan and Zvi Singer. (2012). "Mandatory IFRS Adoption and the Contractual Usefulness of Accounting Information in Executive Compensation." Journal of Accounting Research, 50(4): 1077-1107.
     
  • YOU, HAIFENG, Scott Richardson and Richard Sloan. (2012). "What Drives Stock Prices Move? Fundamentals v. Investor Recognition." Financial Analyst Journal 68(2): 30-50.
     
  • YOU, HAIFENG, Maria Nondorf and Zvi Singer. (2012). "A Study of Firms Surrounding the Threshold of Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 Compliance." Advances in Accounting 28 (1):96-110.
  • HUI, KAI WAI, Sandy Klasa and Eric Yeung. (2012). "Corporate Suppliers and
    Customers and Accounting Conservatism." Journal of Accounting and Economics,
    Vol. 53, Issues 1-2, Feb - April, pp. 151-135.
  • ZANG, Amy. (2012). "Evidence on the Trade-Off between Real Activities Manipulation 
    and Accural-Based Earnings Management." The Accounting Review, March 2012, 
    87 (2) 675-703.
  • ZHANG, GUOCHANG and Yuan Huang and Z (2012). " An Examination of the Incremental 
    Usefulness of Balance-Sheet Information Beyond Earnings in Explaining Stock 
    Returns." Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, 27(2), pp. 267-293.

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