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Jinghong Liang
Professor of Accounting, Carnegie Mellon University
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Jinghong Liang is a Special-Term Professor of Accounting at Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF), and Professor of Accounting at Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University.
 
Professor Liang’s research mainly focuses on information economics, accounting theory, and financial institution disclosure and regulation. His work has appeared on top academic journals, including The Accounting Review, American Economic Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Public Economics, Management Science, etc. He has also served as reviewer for journals such as Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, Review of Accounting Studies, and Management Science.
 
Professor Liang received the Best Paper Award at the 2009 Annual Meeting of the AAA Management Accounting Section (MAS), and the Teaching Award for "Excellence in the Classroom" in Tepper Undergraduate Business Administration Program in 2007-2008. He is the recipient of the Berkman Faculty Development Fund in 2007.
 
Professor Liang received his Ph.D. in Business Administration at University of Florida in 1998, and M.A. in Economics at University of New Hampshire in 1991.

Research Interests
Accounting: Accounting Theory, Disclosure Theory, and Managerial Incentive ProvisionFinance: Financial Institution Disclosure and RegulationEconomics: Information Economics and Public Economics

Journal Publications & Working Papers
1. Bertomeu, Jeremy, and Pierre Jinghong Liang, 2014, Disclosure Policy and Industry Fluctuations, Management Science.
2. Liang, Pierre Jinghong, and Lin Nan, 2014, Endogenous Precision of Performance Measures and Limited Managerial Attention, European Accounting Review.
3. Gao, Pingyang, and Pierre Jinghong Liang, 2013, Informational Feedback, Adverse Selection, and Optimal Disclosure Policy, Journal of Accounting Research.
4. Ferreyra, Maria Marta, and Pierre Jinghong Liang , 2012, Information Asymmetry and Equilibrium Monitoring in Education, Journal of Public Economics.
5. Arya, Anil, Joel Demski, Jonathan Glover, and Pierre Jinghong Liang, 2009, Quasi-Robust Multiagent Contracts, Management Science.
6. Liang, Pierre Jinghong, 2008, Optimal Team Size and Monitoring in Organizations, The Accounting Review.
7. Liang, Pierre Jinghong, 2007, Accounting Measurement Basis, Market Mispricing, and Firm Investment Eciency, Journal of Accounting Research.
8. Liang, Pierre Jinghong, 2006, Accounting Treatment of Inherent Versus Incentive Uncertainties and the Capital Structure of the Firm, Journal of Accounting Research.
9. Huddart, Steven, and Pierre Jinghong Liang, 2005, Profit Sharing and Monitoring in Partnerships, Journal of Accounting and Economics.
10. Glover, Jonathan C., and Prerre Jinghong Liang, 2005, Separating Facts from Forecasts in Financial Statements, Accounting Horizons.
11. Arya, Anil, and Pierre Jinghong Liang, 2004, Inter-temporal Aggregation and Incentives, European Accounting Review.
12. Liang, Pierre Jinghong, 2004, Equilibrium Earnings Management, Incentive Contracts, and Accounting Standards, Contemporary Accounting Research.
13. Huddart, Steven, and Pierre Jinghong Liang, 2003, Accounting in Partnerships, American Economic Review.
14. Liang, Pierre Jinghong, 2001, Accounting Recognition: An Information Content Perspective, Accounting Horizons.
15. Liang, Pierre Jinghong, 2000, Accounting Recognition, Moral Hazard, and Communication, Contemporary Accounting Research.
16. Jh.Liang with Wei Li (UIUC) and Winnie Xiaoyan Wen (UIC), Investment, Cost of Capital, and Accounting for Past and Future Actions.
17. Jh.Liang with Pingyang Gao (of Booth School of Business, University of Chicago), Adverse Selection, Informational Feedback E ect, and Optimal Disclosure Policy.
18. Jh.Liang with Jeremy Bertomeu, Voluntary Disclosure and Industry Fluctuations.
19. Jh.Liang with Lin Nan (of Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University), Limited Managerial Attention and Endogenous Precision of Performance Measures.

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