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Professor of Accounting
 
PhD, Michigan State University
Areas of Expertise:
Financial Reporting, IPOs, Profit Manipulation, Quantitative Strategic Management, Telecommunications
Teaches:
  • BIO
  • TEACHING
  • ACHIEVEMENTS
  • PUBLICATIONS
  • Phone: +86 10 85188858 ext. 3332
    E-mail: dqi@ckgsb.edu.cn

    Professor of Accounting
    PhD, Michigan State University

    Areas of Expertise: Financial Reporting, IPOs, Profit Manipulation, Quantitative Strategic Management, Telecommunications

    Biography

    Dr. Qi is a Professor of Accounting at CKGSB. He was previously an Associate Professor in the School of Accounting at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

    He has extensive executive training and consulting experience in accounting and corporate finance for clients including the Chinese Ministry of Information Industries, the Shanghai Municipal Government, China Mobile, China Unicom, China Telecom, China Netcom, Nokia, Ericsson and Huawei. He is a member of the American Accounting Association. His work has been published in numerous accounting and finance journals, including Contemporary Accounting Research.

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    • EE
    • EMBA
    • Vernon K. Zimmerman Outstanding Paper Award, 2003, Bangkok
    • Rintaro Aoki Outstanding Paper Award, 2000, Japan 
    • Vernon K. Zimmerman Outstanding Paper Award, 1998, Chicago
    • CUHK Faculty of Business Teaching Award, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002
    • Best Student Paper Award by the Mid-West Section of the AAA, 1996
    • American Accounting Association Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 1995
    • Big 10 Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 1994
    • East-West Center Asian Student Scholarship, 1990-1992, Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Selected Publications

    1. “The Economic Consequence of Voluntary Auditing”, 2008, Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance, Vol. 23, Issue 1, pp. 63-93. With In-Mu Haw and Woody Wu.
    2. “Securities Regulation, the Timing of Annual Report Release, and Market Implications: Evidence from China.” With In-Mu Haw and Woody Wu, Journal of International Financial Management & Accounting17( 2). Summer 2006.
    3. “Earnings Management of Listed Firms in Response to Security Regulations in China’s Emerging Capital Market.” with In-Mu Haw and Woody Wu, Contemporary Accounting Research, 22, 2005.
    4. “Audit Qualification and Timing of Earnings Announcements: Evidence from China.” With In-Mu Haw and Woody Wu Auditing, A Journal of Practice and Theory, 22 (2), 1-26, 2003.
    5. “The Nature of Information in Accruals and Cash Flows in an Emerging Capital Market the Case of China. “ With In-Mu Haw and Woody Wu, The International Journal of Accounting36(4), 391-406, 2001.
    6. “The Incremental Information Content of SEC 10-K Reports Filed under the EDGAR System” With Woody Wu and In-Mu Haw, Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, 15(1), 25-46, 2000.
    7. “Stationarity and Cointegration Tests of the Ohlson Model”  With Woody Wu and Bing Xiang, Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance15 (2), 141-160, 2000.
    8. “Firm Performance and the Timing of Annual Report Releases: The Case of China”. With In-Mu Haw and Woody Wu, Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting, 11 (2), 108-130, 2000.
    9. “Ownership Structure and Performance of Listed Chinese Companies”. with Woody Wu and Hua Zhang , Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 587-610, 2000.
    10. “Value Relevance of Earnings in an Emerging Capital Market: the Case of A-shares in China”. with In-Mu Haw and Woody Wu , Pacific Economic Review, 4(3), 337-347, 1999.
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