Dr. Feng Tian joined The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in September 2015. He received his Master in Accounting from Fudan University and Ph.D. in Accounting from University of California-Irvine. He taught at The University of Hong Kong from 2008 to 2015. His current research interests are in earnings management, financial reporting, accounting information systems, and innovation. He has published articles in the A-rated accounting and information systems journals including The Accounting Review, MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, and Contemporary Accounting Research.
1. “Board Interlocks and Earnings Management Contagion” with P. Chiu, and S.H. Teoh, The Accounting Review, 88 (3), 915-944, 2013.
2. “How Do Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Affect Firm Risk? Post-Implementation Impact” with S. X. Xu, MIS Quarterly, 39(1),39-60, 2015.
3. “Internal Control Quality and Credit Default Swap Spreads” with D. Tang, and H. Yan, Accounting Horizons, 29(3), 603-629, 2015.
4. “Causes and Consequences of the CEO also Being the Chair-of-the-board” with A. Ghosh and C. Karuna, Journal of Management Accounting Research, 27(2), 197-223, 2015.
5. “Seeking Value through Deviation? Economic Impacts of IT Overinvestment and Underinvestment” with J. Ho, A. Wu, and S. X. Xu, Information Systems Research, 28(4), 850-862, 2017.
6."Do Clients' Enterprise Systems Affect Audit Quality and Efficiency?" with M. Pincus, P. Wellmeyer, and S.X. Xu, Contemporary Accounting Research, 34(4),1975-2021, 2017.