Financial reporting; Financial analyses; Internal control; Corporate governance; Corporate social responsibility.
Xiu-Ye Zhang is a Lecturer of Accounting. Xiu’s research interests span financial reporting, financial analysis, internal control, corporate governance, and corporate social responsibility. Xiu is particularly interested in investigating how materially negative corporate events such as Securities and Exchange Commission’s Enforcement Actions, accounting frauds, financial restatements, internal control deficiencies disclosure under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Security Class Action Lawsuits, and environmental violations affect her areas of research interest. Xiu’s work has been published in academic journals including Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, The British Accounting Review and European Financial Management.
The Impact of Environmental, Social and Governance Disclosure on Firm Value: The Role of CEO Power. The British Accounting Review. (2018) (with Li, Y., Gong, M. and Koh, L.)
The impact of board gender composition on corporate debt maturity structures. European Financial Management. (2018) (with Li, Y.)
Noncompliance with Non-Accounting Securities Regulations and GAAP Violations. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting. (2019) (with Choi, S. and Young, S.)
AFAANZ Research Grant 2017/18, Principal Investigator with research mentor Professor Greg Shailer
National Social Science Foundation of China for Young Researchers, 2012, Principal Investigator
BUSN7050 Corporate Accounting
BUSN2015 Company Accounting