Dr. Michael (Minye) Tang joined Florida International University (FIU) as an Assistant Professor of Accounting in August 2020. Prior to joining FIU, he worked at New York University (NYU) Stern School of Business as an Assistant Professor. His research focuses on the interactions between managers and capital market participants (such as financial analysts) in communicating financial information, with particular interests in the uncertainty aspect, the multi-period process, and the human factor, that jointly shape earnings expectations. His research papers have been accepted for publication in The Accounting Review (TAR), Contemporary Accounting Research (CAR), Review of Accounting Studies (RAST), Accounting, Organizations and Society (AOS), The International Journal of Accounting (TIJA) and Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance (JAAF). He has also reviewed papers for most of these journals as well as for other premium academic journals such as Journal of Accounting and Economics (JAE), Journal of Accounting Research (JAR), and Management Science (MS), among many other journals. He is currently serving as a member on the editorial board of The International Journal of Accounting (TIJA).
Dr. Tang received his B.A. in Finance from Fudan University in Shanghai, China; his M.S. in Applied Economics, and his Ph.D. in Accounting, from University of Rochester, Simon School of Business. Prior to joining academia, Dr. Tang worked in management consulting, at both McKinsey and Mercer, and in investment banking at China International Capital Corp. (CICC). He has also completed all three levels of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) curriculum and is a member of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI). He has recently been recognized as NIRI's "30 Under 40" Outstanding Young IR Professionals for his research and teaching related to corporate communications with the investment community.
Financial Reporting Issues and Capital Market; Corporate Communication and Investor Relations; Earnings Expectation Communication and Management; Financial Analysts and Other Information Intermediaries