Meng Li, PhD


Meng Li
Assistant Professor, Accounting
Education
PhD, University of Chicago, 2012
MA, Ohio State University, 2007
BA, Tsinghua University, 2005
Courses
ACCT 2301 Introductory Financial Accounting
ACCT 2302 Introductory Management Accounting
ACCT 3341 Cost Management Systems
Current / Recent Research
The role of non-CEO executives and employees in corporate decisions
Corporate disclosure

Recent Publications:

“What Do Employees Know? Evidence from a Social Media Platform” with Kelly Huang and Stan Markov, 2020, The Accounting Review, forthcoming (March issue).

“Moral Hazard and Internal Discipline: Theory and Evidence” Solo-authored, 2019, The Accounting Review 94(4): 365-400.

“Social Connections within Executive Teams and Management Forecasts” with Ruihao Ke, Zhejia Ling, and Yuan Zhang, 2019, Management Science 65(1): 439-457.

“Directors’ Informational Role in Corporate Voluntary Disclosure: An Analysis of Directors from Related Industries” with Ruihao Ke and Yuan Zhang, 2019, Contemporary Accounting Research, forthcoming.

“Is Japan Really a ‘Buy’? The Corporate Governance, Cash Holdings, and Economic Performance of Japanese Companies” with Kazuo Kato and Douglas Skinner, 2017, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting 44 (3-4): 480-523.
Awards and Recognition
Chicago Booth School of Business Fellowship, 2007-2012
Lake Tahoe Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2011
Chicago Booth School of Business Summer Research Grant, 2008
The Ohio State University Graduate Student Scholarship, 2005-2007
Tsinghua University Academic Excellence Award, 2002-2004
Published Works
List of Published Works