Professor Liang's areas of expertise include financial accounting, analyst forecasts, corporate governance, and market anomalies. Her work has been published in the Review of Accounting Studies, and other leading industry journals. She is a member of the American Accounting Association. Professor Liang previously taught at George Washington University.
Selected Publications:Selected Publications
“The Determinants of Analyst-Firm Pairings," (2008), Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 27, 277-294, with Riedl, E., and Venkataraman, R.
“Post-Earnings Announcement Drift and Market Participants’ Information Processing Biases," (2003), Review of Accounting Studies, 8, p.321-345.
- "The Effect of Fair Value versus Historical Cost Reporting Model on Analyst Forecast Accuracy", The Accounting Review, forthcoming, (Edward Riedl )
- "Analyst Pessimism and Forecast Timing", Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, 40(5-6), 719-739, 2013, (Orie E. Barron, Donal Byard )
- "Associations between Internal and External Corporate Governance Characteristics: Implications for Investigating Financial Accounting Restatements", Accounting Horizons, 26(2), 219-237, 2012, (William R. Baber, Zinan Zhu)