|Office:||Alter Hall 440|
|Research Interests:||Corporate Governance, Accounting Regulation and Corporate Laws, Management Accounting, Financial Institutions|
Yi Liang joined the Accounting Department in Fall 2015. Dr. Liang deploys empirical archival methods to analyze accounting research questions. His research interests include financial and managerial accounting with a focus on the economic impact of corporate governance reforms and corporate laws. He is also interested in applying new methods, such as structural estimation and text analysis. He earned his Ph.D. and M.S. at the Carnegie Mellon University; and B.S. at Tsinghua University. He served as an instructor while completing his doctoral studies. He currently teaches Accounting Information Systems to B.B.A. and M.S.A. students.
- “Do Banks Manipulate Loan Origination Activities for Earnings Management with Loan Transfers?” Preparing for resubmission to Journal of Accounting and Economics.
- “Technical Debt and Firm Performance”, with R. Banker and N. Ramasubbu, Preparing for resubmission to The Accounting Review.
- “Evaluating Market-Based Corporate Governance Reform: Evidence from a Structural Analysis of Mandatory Auditor Rotation”
- “Director Liability Reduction Laws and Conditional Conservatism”, with S. Basu.
- “Cost Behavior”, with R. Banker, D. Byzalov, and S. Fang.
- “Disruption of the Earnings Generation Process”, with R. Banker and D. Bu.
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Accounting Information Systems (BBA)
- Accounting Information Systems (MSA)