Dr. Li joined the Zicklin School of Business as an associate professor in 2012. He currently serves as the area coordinator for the PhD program. His research interests include SEC regulation and enforcement, firm disclosures, information intermediaries, and capital markets. He has published papers in The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting & Economics, and Management Science. He previously taught at the University of Rochester’s Simon School of Business before joining Zicklin. He also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) and the Certified Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) certificates.
Li, E., G. Lind, K. Ramesh, and M. Shen. Externalities of Accounting Disclosures: Evidence from the Federal Reserve. The Accounting Review. Forthcoming.
Leone, A., E. Li, and M. Liu. On the SEC’s 2010 Enforcement Cooperation Program. Journal of Accounting and Economics 71(1). 2021.
Bertomeu, J., E. Cheynel, E. Li, and Y. Liang. How Pervasive is Earnings Management? Evidence from a Structural Model. Management Science 67(8). 2021.
Li, E., C. Wasley, and J. Zimmerman. The Disclose or Abstain Incentive to Issue Management Guidance. Journal of Law, Finance, and Accounting 1(1). 2016.
Dong, B., E. Li, K. Ramesh, and M. Shen. Priority Dissemination of Public Disclosures. The Accounting Review 90(6). 2015.
Li, E., K. Ramesh, M. Shen, and J. Wu. Do Analyst Stock Recommendations Piggyback on Recent Corporate News? An Analysis of Regular-Hour and After-Hours Revisions. Journal of Accounting Research 53(4). 2015.
Li, E. Revealing Future Prospects without Forecasts: The Case of Accelerating Material Contract Filings. The Accounting Review 88(5). 2013.
Li, E., K. Ramesh, and M. Shen. The Role of Newswires in Screening and Disseminating Value Relevant Information in Periodic SEC Reports. The Accounting Review 86(2). 2011.
Li, E., and K. Ramesh. Market Reaction Surrounding the Filing of Periodic SEC Reports. The Accounting Review 84(4). 2009.
PSC CUNY Grant, City University of New York, 2013, 2016, 2022