MPhil: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
MS: Tsinghua University
BS: Tsinghua University
Jing Li received her Ph.D. in Accounting from Columbia University in 2009 and worked as an assistant professor of accounting at Carnegie-Mellon University before joining HKU in 2016. Her research focuses on financial accounting issues related to banking, debt contracting, disclosure, and risk-return trade-offs.
Introduction to Accounting
Valuation using Financial Statement Analysis
“Accounting for Banks, Capital Regulation, and Bank Risk-taking”, Journal of Banking and Finance, 74 (2017), 102-121.
“Accounting Conservatism and Debt Contracts: Efficient Liquidation and Covenant Renegotiation”, Contemporary Accounting Research, 30 (2013), 1082-1098
“Earnings Dispersion and Aggregate Stock Returns” (with Bjorn Jorgensen and Gil Sadka), Journal of Accounting and Economics, 53 (2012), 1-20
“Government Assisted Earnings Management in China”, (with Xiao Chen and Jevons C.W. Lee), Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 27 (2008), 262-274
“The Corporate Governance Role of Information Quality and Corporate Takeovers” (with Lin Nan and Ran Zhao).
“Economic Consequences of Selective Disclosure” (with Bjorn Jorgensen and Nahum Melumad).
“Lending Relationships and the Demand for Accounting Conservatism: Theory and Evidence” (with Stephen Karolyi)