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 interest is empirical financial accounting, in particular, how market participants' trading and the transparency of their trading affect firms' accounting choices, disclosure decisions, and auditor behavior. She is also interested in using text analyses to predict fraud and find value-relevant information. She has published articles in Journal of Accounting and Economics and Review of Accounting studies.
Voluntary Disclosure, the Effect of Market Transparency on Disclosure and Real Efficiency, Short-Selling Activities and Short Campaigns, Auditing
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