Associate Professor of Accountancy
BS Dong Hua University, China Computer Science 1999 BA Dong Hua University, China Economics 1999 MA Mississippi State University Economics 2001 MS University of Texas, Dallas Accounting 2006 PhD University of Texas, Dallas Accounting 2006
Areas of Expertise:
Executive compensation, business valuation, cost behavior
Rong Huang, Carol Marquardt and Bo Zhang. (2014). Why Do Managers Avoid EPS Dilution? Evidence from Debt-Equity Choice. Review of Accounting Studies, 19(2), pp. 877-912.
Rajiv Banker, Masako Darrough, Rong Huang, and Jose Plehn-Dujowich. (2013). The Relation between CEO Compensation and Past Performance. The Accounting Review, 88(1) pp. 1-30.
Rajiv Banker, Rong Huang, and Ram Natarajan. (2011). Equity Incentive and Long-Term Value Created by SG&A Expenditure. Contemporary Accounting Research, 28(3), 794-830.
Daniel Cohen, Masako Darrough, Rong Huang, and Tzachi Zach. (2011). Warranty Reserve: Contingent Liability, Information Signal, or Earnings Management Tool? The Accounting Review, 86(2), 569-604.
Rajiv Banker, Rong Huang, and Ram Natarajan. (2009). Incentive Contracting and Value-Relevance of Earnings and Cash Flows. Journal of Accounting Research, 47(3), 647-678.
Mark Anderson, Rajiv Banker, Rong Huang, and Surya Janakiraman. (2007). Cost Behavior and Fundamental Analysis of SG&A Costs. Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, 22(1), 1-28.
American Accounting Association Gender Issues and Worklife Balance Section KPMG Best Paper Award, 2008
Irving Weinstein Scholar, Stan Ross Department of Accountancy, Zicklin School of Business, 2007-2008