Truth lies somewhere deep. Don't be afraid to take a different path; nor be satisfied with flowers covering it
I am an Assistant professor in the Accounting Information and Management department. Her dissertation is the co-winner of the 2017 FARS Best Dissertation Award and the 2016 AAA/Grant Thornton Doctoral Dissertation Awards for Innovation in Accounting Education. My research focuses on how the public availability of trading data in the market place affects firm disclosure and real efficiency. I am also interested in using advanced computing algorithm to measure the quality of textual disclosures and to detect opportunistic short-seller behavior.