BS, Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics (China); MS, Catholic University Leuven (Belgium); Ph.D., University of Oregon
Dr. Wu is an associate professor of accounting. He has earned his Ph.D. in Accounting from University of Oregon, and received an MS in Applied Economics from Catholic University Leuven in Belgium. He has taught Financial Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, International Accounting, and Advanced Accounting. His scholarly work focuses on two primary research streams: 1) The impact of contemporary information technology on the dissemination and consumption of corporate financial information, and 2) the role of financial reporting in mitigating information asymmetry and ultimately agency problems.
In the News
Research Insights: Accounting conservatism and qualitative disclosures
Ashok Robin, Kean Wu
Study explores the benefits of reporting bad news early