Danqi Hu
Danqi Hu

Assistant Professor of Accounting Information & Management

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Danqi Hu is 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. Her research focuses on how the public availability of trading data in the market place affects firm disclosure and real efficiency. She is also interested in using advanced computing algorithm to measure the quality of textual disclosures.

Areas of Expertise
Financial Disclosure/Statements

Print Vita
PhD, 2016, Accounting, University of Toronto
M.A., 2012, Finance, Peking University
B.A., 2009, Financial Engineering, Wuhan University

Honors and Awards
Lawrence Revsine Research Fellowship
Crowell Memorial Prize (finalist)
Best Dissertation Award, Financial Accounting and Reporting Section of the American Accounting Association
Best Paper Award, Conference on Investor Protection, Corporate Governance, and Fraud Prevention
AAA/Grant Thornton Doctoral Dissertation Award, 2016

Print Research
Research Interests

Voluntary Disclosure, the Effect of Market Transparency on Disclosure and Real Efficiency, Short-Selling Activities and Short Campaigns, Auditing

Hope, Ole-Kristian, Danqi Hu and Hai Lu. 2016. The Benefits of Specific Risk-Factor Disclosures. Review of Accounting Studies.
Hope, Ole-Kristian, Danqi Hu and Wuyang Zhao. 2016. Third-Party Consequences of Short-Selling Threats: The Case of Auditor Behavior. Journal of Accounting and Economics.
Working Papers
Hu, Danqi. 2017. Detecting Opportunistic Behavior in Public Short Campaigns.
Cheng, Stephanie, Ole-Kristian Hope and Danqi Hu. 2017. Strategic Entry Deterrence in the Audit Industry: Evidence from the Merger of Professional Accounting Bodies.
Hu, Danqi. 2017. Does the Public Availability of Market Participants' Trading Data Affect Firm Disclosure? Evidence from Short Sellers.

Print Teaching
Full-Time / Evening & Weekend MBA
Accounting For Decision Making (ACCT-430-0)
This course acquaints students with the process used to construct and understand the financial reports of organizations. The objective is to understand the decisions that must be made in the financial reporting process and to develop the ability to evaluate and use accounting data. Emphasis is placed on understanding the breadth of accounting measurement practices and on being able to make the adjustments necessary for careful analysis. The course highlights the linkages between accounting information and management planning, and decision making and control. Course sections that end in "H" will be taught in a format that combines the convenience and flexibility of online learning with the social and instructional benefits of face-to-face classroom experiences. Online sessions are conducted synchronously with classmates and faculty.

Prior to beginning ACCT 430, students are required to complete a prep course based on their specific academic program.

Evening and Weekend Students are required to complete this Accounting Essentials Prep Course

1Y and MMM students are required to complete this Accounting Essentials Prep Course

2Y students are required to complete this Accounting Essentials Prep Course