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Position:Professor, AccountingDepartment:Accounting DepartmentOffice:Neeley 3206 Professorship / Chair:J. Vaughn and Evelyne H. Wilson Professor in BusinessRole:FacultyEducation
  • University of Alabama, Ph.D. (Accounting), 1983
  • University of Alabama, MBA (Finance, Accounting), 1979
  • Cheong-Ju University (S. Korea), BA (Accounting), 1974
Areas of Expertise / Research
  • Corporate governance issues, especially in Asia
  • Market valuation of accounting and auditing information
  • Earnings quality
  • Accounting regularity in emerging capital markets
Work Experience
  • Bank of Korea
Courses Taught
  • Ph.D./Executives/MBA Courses:
  • Research Methodology in Accounting (Ph.D.)
  • Issues in Financial Accounting (Ph.D.)
  • Cost/Managerial Accounting for MBA
  • Managerial Planning and Control for Executive MBA
  • Financial & Managerial Accounting Seminars for Executives
  • Financial Statement Analysis for Executives
  • Undergraduate Courses:
  • Intermediate Accounting I and II
  • Cost Accounting
  • Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • Principles of Financial Accounting
  • International Accounting in Summer-In-Germany programs
Key Publications
  • “Debt Financing and Accounting Conservatism in Private Firms,” Contemporary Accounting Research (winter 2014), I. Haw, J. Lee and W. Lee.
  • “The Investor Protection and Price Informativeness about Future Earnings: International Evidence,” Review of Accounting Studies 17 (June 2012), Vol. 17 (2), I. Haw, B. Hu, J. Lee and W. Wu, pp. 389-419.
  • “Corporate Governance and Earnings Management by Classification Shifting,” Contemporary Accounting Research 28 (2011), I. Haw, S. Ho and A. Li, pp. 517-553.
  • Ultimate Ownership, Income Management, and Legal and Extra-Legal Institutions, Journal of Accounting Research (May 2004), I. Haw, B. Hu, L. Hwang, and W. Wu, pp. 423-462
  • "Market Consequences of Earnings Management of Listed Firms in Response to Security Regulations in Chinas Emerging Capital Market," Contemporary Accounting Research 22 (2005), co-authors, D. Qi, D. Wu, and W. Wu
Awards / Recognition
  • TCU Executive MBA Outstanding Professor of the Year Award
  • Rintaro Aoki Outstanding Paper Award (Japan)
  • Vernon K. Zimmerman Outstanding Paper Award (U.S.)
  • Best Paper Awards (Thailand, Hong Kong)
  • Outstanding Graduate Faculty Teaching Award
  • Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor Award
  • Deans Teaching Award
  • Outstanding Professor Award
  • Nominee for Chancellor's Teaching Award
International Experience
  • Taught Executive classes and Ph.D. classes in China, Hong Kong, Korea, and US
  • Visited universities, conduct research workshops, and gave presentations in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Spain, Thailand, and Taiwan, Turkey, UK
  • Participated in International Accounting in Summer-in-Germany programs
  • Taught in Executive Training Programs for companies including Manulife, Ssangyong Corp., and Union Pacific Resources.
Hobbies / Interests
  • Traveling, Hiking