BS, MS (Fudan); MA, PhD (Connecticut)
School of AccountancyRoom 1004, 10/F
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Dr. Danqing Young is a Professor in School of Accountancy and the Director of Executive Master of Professional Accountancy Programme at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). She has published her research in top journals in the field including Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting and Economics, The Accounting Review, and Contemporary Accounting Research. Dr. Young has taught courses in financial accounting, managerial accounting, and international accounting at the graduate and undergraduate levels. In the past, she served as the President of Hong Kong Academic Accounting Association and the Vice President of International Association for Accounting Education & Research. She was also previously the Director of School of Accountancy at CUHK. Dr. Young received her PhD in Accounting and Master’s of Social Science in Economics from University of Connecticut, and Master of Social Science in Organizational Behavior and Bachelor of Science in Management Science from Fudan University in China.
Comparative Financial Reporting
Economic effects of regulations such as IFRS adoption and impact of institution and corporate governance on financial reporting
- Publications & Working Papers
- Rita W.Y.Yip, Danqing Young, Beibei Liu, Zhichen Wang (2022), “Acquiring firms’ transparency and their returns around M&A announcements: Evidence from China,” Journal of International Accounting, Auditing and Taxation, 48, 100487.
- Yashu Dong, Danqing Young, and Yinglei Zhang (2021), “Familiarity Bias and Earnings-based Equity Valuation,” Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 57(2), 795-818.
- Wesley Deng, Christine X. Jiang, and Danqing Young (2021), “Short Selling Constraints and Politically Motivated Negative Information Suppression,” Journal of Corporate Finance, 68, 1-19.
- Yashu Dong and Danqing Young (2021), “Foreign macroeconomic and industry-related information transfers around earnings announcements: Evidence from U.S.-listed non-U.S. firms,” Journal of Accounting and Economics, 71(2-3), 1-23.
- Rita Wing Yue Yip, Beibei Liu, Danqing Young (2019), “Mandatory IFRS Adoption: Friend or Foe of M&As? International Evidence,” Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.
- Mary E. Barth, Wayne R. Landsman, Danqing Young, Zili Zhuang (2014), “Relevance of Differences between Net Income based on IFRS and Domestic Standards for European Firms,” Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 41(3-4), 297-327.
- Chen Chen, Danqing Young, and Zili Zhuang (2013), “Externalities of Mandatory IFRS Adoption: Evidence from Cross-Border Spillover Effects of Financial Information on Investment Efficiency,” The Accounting Review, 88(3), 881-914.
- Xianjie He, T. J. Wong, and Danqing Young (2012), “Challenges for implementation of fair value accounting in emerging markets: evidence from China,” Contemporary Accounting Research, 29(2), 538-562.
- Rita Yip and Danqing Young (2012), “Does Mandatory IFRS Adoption Improve Information Comparability?” The Accounting Review, 87(5), 1767-1789.
- Michael J. Ferguson, Gim-seong Seow, and Danqing Young (2004), “Non-Audit Services and Earnings Management: U.K. Evidence,” Contemporary Accounting Research, 21(4), 813-841.
- Danqing Young and David A. Guenther (2003), “Financial Reporting Environments and International Capital Mobility,” Journal of Accounting Research, 41(3), 553-579.
- Danqing Young and David A. Guenther (2000), “The Association Between Financial Accounting Measures and Real Economic Activity: A Multinational Study,” Journal of Accounting and Economics, 29(1), 53-72.