Zhou, Yuqing(周雨晴)

BBA (Peking University); PhD (Michigan State University (Economics) and UCLA (Accounting))

Assistant Professor


School of Accountancy

Room 1015, 10/F
Cheng Yu Tung Building
12 Chak Cheung Street
Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong

+852 3943 7841



Prof. Yuqing Zhou joined The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School in 2022 as an Assistant Professor. Her primary research interest focuses on the real economic effects of accounting. She seeks to conduct theory-based empirical research and link accounting issues to international trade and the labor market. She is also interested in voluntary disclosure. She received her PhD in Economics from Michigan State University, PhD in Accounting from UCLA Anderson, and BA in Finance from Peking University.

Teaching Areas

Financial Accounting

Research Interests

Real Economic Effects of Accounting
Accounting and labour Market
Accounting and International Trade
Voluntary Disclosure

  • Publications & Working Papers


    • Todd Elder, Yuqing Zhou (2021), “The Black-White Gap in Non-Cognitive Skills among Elementary School Children,” American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 13(1), 105-32.
    • Frank Zhou, Yuqing Zhou (2020), “The Dog that Didn’t Bark: Limited Price Efficiency and Strategic Nondisclosure,” Journal of Accounting Research, 58(1), 155-197.

    Working Papers

    • Yuqing Zhou, Christos Makridis, “Financial Misconduct, Corporate Culture Reputation Damage and Changes in Employee Satisfaction”.
    • Yuqing Zhou, “Financial Reporting Quality and International Trade”.