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Faculty Biography

Zhihong Wang

Zhihong Wang, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Accounting





PhD, Bentley University

Research Interests

Behavioral research in management control systems; the impact of cultural values on international financial reporting systems; business ethics and corporate fraud; accounting professionals' judgment decision-making.

Teaching Courses

Managerial Accounting
Advanced Managerial Accounting
Financial Accounting & Reporting 1 and 2

Key Publications/Presentations

Wang, Z. and Hunton, J.E. (2011), The Effect of Congruence between Cultural Time Orientation and Budget Planning Horizon on Employees' Satisfaction with Participative Budgeting, Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research, 14: 91-116.

Shafer, W.E. and Wang, Z. (2011) "Effects of ethical context and Machiavellianism on attitudes toward earnings management in China," Managerial Auditing Journal, 26 (5): 372- 392. (Emerald 2012 Outstanding Paper Award).

Shafer, W.E. and Wang, Z. (2010) "Effects of ethical context on conflict and commitment among Chinese accountants," Managerial Auditing Journal, 25 (4): 377-400. (Emerald 2011 Highly Commended Paper Award.)