PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Professor, Department of Accounting
Tel (852) 2358 7577
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AREAS OF EXPERTISE
International capital markets, Financial accounting,International financial reporting standards
Mingyi Hung studies the role of accounting information in global markets. Her research addresses the information and monitoring roles of accounting in international capital markets and investigates the interaction between country-specific institutional factors and accounting information. Professor Hung's research has been published in top-tier journals such as Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, and Review of Accounting Studies. She serves in the editorial boards of Journal of International Business Studies and The Accounting Review and is a recipient of numerous research awards, including the Journal of Accounting & Economics Best Paper prize. Her research has been featured in media such as The Economist and Financial Times. She is also a recipient of the USC Marshall MBA Golden Apple Teaching Award and the Gamma Sigma Alpha Professor of the Year.
SELECTED PAPERS & PUBLICATIONS
- “Post-earnings-announcement drift in global markets: Evidence from an information shock” with Xi Li and Shiheng Wang. 2014. The Review of Financial Studies, forthcoming.
- “The value of political ties and market credibility: Evidence from corporate scandals in China” with T.J. Wong and Fang Zhang. 2014. Contemporary Accounting Research, forthcoming.
- “Does mandatory IFRS adoption affect crash risk?” with Mark DeFond, Siqi Li, and Yinghua Li. 2015. The Accounting Review 90, 265–299.
- “The impact of mandatory IFRS adoption on IPOs in global capital markets” with Hyun Hong and Gerald Lobo. 2014. The Accounting Review 89, 1365-1397.
- “Political considerations in the decision of Chinese SOEs to list in Hong Kong” with T.J. Wong and Tianyu Zhang. 2012. Journal of Accounting & Economics 53, 435-449.
- “The impact of mandatory IFRS adoption on foreign mutual fund ownership: The role of comparability” with Mark DeFond, Xuesong Hu, and Siqi Li. 2011. Journal of Accounting & Economics 51, 240-258.
- “Corporate governance in the recent financial crisis: Evidence from financial institutions worldwide” with David Erkens and Pedro Matos. 2012. Journal of Corporate Finance 18, 289-411.
- “Home bias, foreign mutual fund holdings, and the voluntary adoption of International Accounting Standards” with Vicentiu Covrig and Mark DeFond. 2007. Journal of Accounting Research 45, 41-70.
- “Investor protection and analysts’ cash flow forecasts around the world” with Mark DeFond. 2007. Review of Accounting Studies 12, 377-419.
- “Investor protection and the information content of annual earnings announcements: International evidence” with Mark DeFond and Robert Trezevant. 2007. Journal of Accounting & Economics 43, 37-67.
- “Investor protection and corporate governance: Evidence from worldwide CEO turnover” with Mark DeFond. 2004. Journal of Accounting Research 42, 269-312.
- “Accounting standards and value relevance of earnings: An international analysis” 2000. Journal of Accounting & Economics 30, 401-420.
[IEMS Academic Seminar] The Value of Political Ties and Market Credibility: Evidence from Corporate Scandals in China
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