Min Shen, associate professor of accountancy, has conducted research in two areas: capital market information environment that relates to the demand and supply of corporate accounting information and its dissemination in capital markets, and managerial incentives in making corporate disclosure and accounting choices. Professor Shen has published papers in Journal of Accounting Research, The Accounting Review, Review of Accounting Studies, and Contemporary Accounting Research.
Professor Shen received her baccalaureate education at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, and M.S. and PhD in accounting from Michigan State University. Before joining the accounting faculty at Baruch College in 2013, she was on the accounting faculty at George Mason University. Her teaching focuses are in financial accounting principles and financial reporting.
Externalities of Accounting Disclosures: Evidence from the Federal Reserve (with Edward Xuejun Li, Gary Lind, and K. Ramesh). The Accounting Review 98 (September 2023): 1-27.
Priority Dissemination of Public Disclosures (with Bei Dong, Edward Xuejun Li, and K. Ramesh). The Accounting Review 90 (November 2015): 2235-2266.
Do Analyst Stock Recommendations Piggyback on Recent Corporate News? An Analysis of Regular-Hour and After-Hours Revisions (with Edward Xuejun Li, K. Ramesh, and Joanna Wu). Journal of Accounting Research 53 (September 2015): 821–861.
The Role of Newswires in Screening and Disseminating Value-Relevant Information in Periodic SEC Reports (with Edward Xuejun Li and K. Ramesh). The Accounting Review 86 (March 2011): 669-701.
Disclosure of GAAP Line Items in Earnings Announcements (with Julia D’souza and K. Ramesh). Review of Accounting Studies 15 (March 2010): 179-219.
The Interdependence between Institutional Ownership and Information Dissemination by Data Aggregators (with Julia D’souza and K. Ramesh). The Accounting Review 85 (January 2010): 159-193. Research cited in SEC’s Final Rule “Interactive Data to Improve Financial Reporting” (17 CFR Parts 229, 230, 232, 239, 240 and 249) http://www.sec.gov/rules/final/2009/33-9002.pdf
Cherry Picking, Disclosure Quality, and Comprehensive Income Reporting Choices: The Case of Property-Liability Insurers (with Yen-Jung Lee and Kathy Petroni). Contemporary Accounting Research 23 (Fall 2006): 655-692.
American Accounting Association Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2003
Big Ten Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2001