Xuan Huang

Associate Professor, Accountancy (ACCT)
Email: xuan.huang@csulb.edu
Campus Phone: 562.985.2756
Office: COB-402 (Hours)
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Dr. Xuan an associate professor in the Department of Finance. She got her Bachelor's degree in International Business, MA in Communication and Ph.D. in Accountancy.

Financial Accounting; Managerial Accounting

Earnings management, tone analysis and limited attention.

  • PhD, University of California- Irvine, 2011
    Major/Concentration: Accounting
  • Master, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, 2005
    Major/Concentration: Communication
  • Bachelor, Soochow University- China, 2002
    Major/Concentration: International Business English
  • University of California, Irvine (2010 - 2010) Teaching Instructor
  • University of California, Irvine (2007 - 2011) Teaching Assistant
  • University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (2004 - 2004) Teaching Instructor
  • University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (2003 - 2005) Teaching Assistant
  • Maintek Computer Co., LTD. (2002 - 2003) OEM Engineer
  • "Data driven course scheduling to ensure timely graduation", International Journal of Production Research , May-2021
  • "Tone Analysis and Earnings Management", Journal of Accounting and Finance, Nov-2018
  • "Headline Salience, Managerial Opportunism, and Over- and Under-reactions to Earnings", Accounting Review , Nov-2018
  • "Readability of compensation discussion and analysis: the impact of the Plain English initiative", International Journal of Services and Standard (The), Jan-2016
  • "Tone Management", Accounting Review , Jan-2014
  • "AKM Mortgages, Inc (Case Study)", Issues in Accounting Education , Jan-2013
  • "Readability of Annual Reports for Top 10 S&P firms- A Comparison Among Measures", International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines(iabpad) Conference , Athens, Greece , Jul-2019
  • "The Role of Financial Analysts' Tone in Interpreting Managements' Tone in Conference Calls", Journal of Business Management , Apr-2017
  • "Analyst Spin", Financial Accounting and Reporting Section , New York , Jan-2017
  • "Headline Salience and Over- and Underreactions to Earnings", Financial Accounting and Reporting Section , Charlotte, North Carolina , Jan-2017
  • "Analyst Spin", American Accounting Association , New York , Aug-2016
  • "Company reputation and auditor choice", American Accounting Association , Apr-2015
  • "Company reputation and auditor choice", Southern California Accounting Research Forum , Chapman University, , Apr-2015
  • "Readability changes in Compensation Discussion and Analysis: The Impact of the Plain English Initiative", Western Decision Science Institute (WDSI) Meeting , Jan-2015
  • "The role of financial analysts' tone in interpreting management disclosure tone in conference calls ", American Accounting Association , Aug-2014
  • "Headline Salience and Over- and Underreaction to Earnings ", Annual Research Conference of Chinese Accounting Professors' Association of North America (CAPANA) , china , Jul-2014
  • "Use of Media for Business Communication: A Survey of Business Students", American Accounting Association , Apr-2014
  • "Readability of annual reports for Top 10 S&P firms - A comparison among measures ", Western Decision Science Institute (WDSI) Meeting , Jan-2014
  • "Does internal control quality affect corporate innovative efficiency?", American Accounting Association , Aug-2013
  • "Comparison Between Traditional and New Media in Business Communication - A Survey of Business Major Students", Western Decision Science Institute (WDSI) Meeting , Jan-2013
  • "Comparison between traditional and new media in business communication - A survey of business major students ", Western Decision Science Institute (WDSI) Meeting , Nov-2012
  • "Tone management", American Accounting Association , Aug-2012
  • "Harvard Business Case Workshop", American Accounting Association , Aug-2012
  • "Do Financial Analysts Dance to Management’s Tone?", Western Decision Science Institute (WDSI) Meeting , Apr-2012
  • "Tone management", Financial Accounting and Reporting Section , Jan-2012
  • "Market Response to Management's Tone; The Role of Financial Analysts' Tone in Conference Calls", Research Colloquia College of Business , Jan-2012
  • "Tone Management", Financial Accounting and Reporting Section Mid-Year Meeting , Jan-2011
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