Liu Zheng is an Associate Professor at City University of Hong Kong. Prior to joining City University of Hong Kong, she was an Assistant Professor at the University of Hong Kong. She obtained her Ph.D. in Accounting from University of Southern California. Dr. Zheng’ s primary research interests are in financial reporting and capital market regulations. She is also interested in corporate governance, organizational incentive systems and CEO compensation. Her publications have appeared in Accounting, Organizations and Society and Journal of Accounting and Economics. Her teaching interests include both financial accounting and managerial accounting.
- Financial Reporting and Capital Markets
- Managerial Compensation
- Corporate Governance
Case Study / Teaching Case
Zheng, L., K. A. Merchant and W. Van der Stede (2003), "Management Control Systems: Performance Measurement, Evaluation and Incentives", Houston Fearless, 76 Inc, Financial Times/Prentice-Hall, London.
Zheng, L., K. A. Merchant and L. K. Ong (2001), Cases from Management Accounting Practice, ConAgra Grocery Products Company, Vol. 16.
- Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting
Participating in or organizing a conference / an event
- Kim, J-B., X. Liu and L. Zheng (6-10 August 2011), "Does Mandatory IFRS Adoption Impact Audit Fees? Theory and Evidence", presented at 2011 Annual Meeting of American Accounting Association, Denver, USA.