Dr. Hong Zhu
Associate Professor of Accounting
Sellinger Hall 308
Ph D, University of Missouri - Columbia.
BS, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.
Hong Zhu, Jason Cherubini and Kevin Rich, IFRS in Introductory Financial Accounting, Advances in Accounting Education: teaching and curriculum innovations, 13 2012, 349-381.
Joseph M. Langmead, Gloria P. Wren, Jalal Soroosh, Hong Zhu, Kenneth A. Kelly and Kenneth S. Thomas, How to Adopt IFRS in Five Steps, Strategic Finance Magazine, 2011, 53-60.
Jason C. Cherubini, Kevin T. Rich, Hong Zhu and Alfred R. Michenzi, IFRS in the General Business Curriculum: Why Should we Care?, CPA Journal, 81(2) 2011, 13-15.
Jason Cherubini, Hong Zhu, Kevin Rich and Alfred Michenzi, Integrating IFRS into a GAAP based Principles level course, CPA Journal, 2011.
Hong Zhu, Kevin T. Rich, Alfred R. Michenzi and Jason C. Cherubini, User Oriented IFRS Education in Introductory Accounting at U.S. Academic Institutions: Current Status and Influencing Factors, Issues in Accounting Education, 26(4) 2011, 725-750.
Hong Zhu, Kenneth W. Small and Susan M. Flaherty, An Examination of Female Participation on U.S. Board Subcommittees, Journal of Business and Management, 16(2) 2010, 153-166.
Hong Zhu, Is Funds From Operations Managed to Maximize REIT CEO's Cash Bonuses?, European Journal of Management, 27(3) 2009, 193-202.
Jalal Soroosh and Hong Zhu, Fin 46(R) Info: Not Useful!, Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, 20(6) 2009, 71-81.
Jalal Soroosh, Hong Zhu and Gloria P. Wren, A Shift in the Income Effect of Changes in Accounting Principles: 1993-2003 Time Period, Review of Business Research, 8(5) 2008, 51-67.
Kenneth W. Small, Octavian E. Ionici and Hong Zhu, Size does matter: An examination of the economic impact of Sarbanes-Oxley, Review of Business, 27(Summer) 2007, 47-55.
Hong Zhu and Kenneth W. Small, Has Sarbanes-Oxley Led to a Chilling in the U.S. Cross-listing Market?, CPA Journal, 77(3) 2007, 32-37.
Zhang, J.Q., Zhu, H. and Ding, H. Board Composition and Corporate Social Responsibility: An Empirical Investigation in the Post Sarbanes-Oxley Era. Forthcoming, Journal of Business Ethics.
Rich, K., Cherubini, J. and Zhu, H. IFRS in Introductory Financial Accounting Using an Integrated, Comparison-Based Approach. Forthcoming, Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations.
Zhu, H., Rich, K., Michenzi, A., and Cherubini, J. (2011). User Education of IFRS at U.S. Academic Institutions: Current Status and Influencing Factors. Issues in Accounting Education, Vol. 26, No.4, pp.725-750.
Langmead, J.M., Phillips-Wren, G., Soroosh, J., Zhu, H., Kelly, K.A. and Thomas, K.S. (2011) How to Adopt IFRS in Five Steps. Strategic Finance, September 2011, pp.52-60.
Zhu, H., Small, K. and Flaherty, S. (2010). An Examination of Female Participation on U.S. Board Subcommittees. Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp.153-166.
Soroosh, J. and Zhu, H. (2009). Fin 46(R) Info: Not Useful! Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, Vol. 20, No. 6, pp.71-81.
Zhu, H., and Small, K. (2007) Has Sarbanes-Oxley Led to a Chilling in the U.S. Cross-listing Market? CPA Journal, March 2007, Vol. 77, No.3, pp.32-37.
Awards and Honors
Lybrand Award for Best Articles of the year, Strategic Finance, 2012
Best Paper Award, American Real Estate Society Annual Meeting 2007
Loyola College Summer Research Grant, 2006, 2010
Sellinger School Summer Research Grant, 2005, 2007 and 2008
Beta Alpha Psi
American Accounting Association