Adelaide Business School
Faculty of the Professions
I graduated from the University of Melbourne with Ph.D. in Accounting in 2018.
My research area is in financial accounting. Specifically, I am interested in how capital market participants, such as investors, analysts, creditors and managers intereact and hence affect firms' information envrionment. I also serve as an Ad hoc reviewer for The Accounting Review, Journal of Corporate Finance and European Accounting Review.
Date Position Institution name 2018 Lecturer University of Adelaide
Language Competency Chinese (Mandarin) Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
Date Institution name Country Title 2013 - 2018 University of Melbourne Australia Ph.D 1999 - 2004 University of Toledo United States Ph.D
Year Citation 2019 Clinch, G., Li, W., & Zhang, Y. (2019). Short selling and firms' disclosure of bad news: evidence from regulation SHO. Journal of Financial Reporting, 4(1), 1-23.
2019 Li, W., & Zhang, Y. (2019). Firms' disclosure policies and capital investment: Evidence from Regulation Fair Disclosure. Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance, OnlinePubl, 1-26.
2012 Li, W., Doyon, W. M., & Dani, J. A. (2012). Quantitative unit classification of ventral tegmental area neurons in vivo. Journal of Neurophysiology, 107(10), 2808-2820.
2011 Li, W., Doyon, W. M., & Dani, J. A. (2011). Acute in vivo nicotine administration enhances synchrony among dopamine neurons. Biochemical Pharmacology, 82(8), 977-983.
2010 Dong, Y., Zhang, T., Li, W., Doyon, W., & Dani, J. A. (2010). Route of Nicotine Administration Influences In Vivo Dopamine Neuron Activity: Habituation, Needle Injection, and Cannula Infusion. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, 40(1-2), 164-171.
2005 Li, W., Johnson, J., & Jinghong, L. (2005). A computational model of a sequential movement learning with a signal mimicking dopaminergic neuron activities. Cognitive Systems Research. 2001 Li, W., Johnson, J., Jinghong, L., & Harry, K. (2001). A computational model of learned avoidance in a one-way shuttle box. Adaptive Behavior.
Early Career Researchers’ (ECR) Fellowship 2019
Accounting and Finance Capstone III
Accounting Concepts and Methods
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