Seminar Topic: "Pattern Recognition and Anomaly Detection in Bookkeeping Data"
Speaker: Prof. Jinghong Liang, Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business
About the speaker：
Professor Jinghong Liang is a Professor of Accounting at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Professor Liang received his PhD degree in Business Administration (Accounting) from University of Florida. His research interests are accounting theory and information economics; his research articles have been published in The Accounting Review, American Economic Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Public Economics, Management Science, among others. His latest research focuses on disclosure theory, axiomatic foundations of income measurement, and team monitoring in agencies. Professor Liang’s academic research has won AAA Management Accounting Section (MAS)'s Best Paper at the Annual Meeting Award in 2009 and his teaching has won the "Excellence in the Classroom" teaching award at the Tepper School of Business, 2007-2008. His professional services outside Carnegie Mellon include serving the American Accounting Association (AAA) on its various committees including the research advisory committee and serving the Chinese Accounting Professors Association of North America (CAPANA) as an officer.
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