Dr. Bin Miao is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Prior to joining PolyU in 2016, he was an Assistant Professor of Accounting at National University of Singapore and Director of Research at Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants. Dr. Miao’s research interests include corporate disclosure behavior, payout policy, asset pricing, and market microstructure with a focus on the mechanisms through which accounting information is incorporated into stock prices. His research has been published in leading academic journals such as Journal of Accounting Research, Review of Accounting Studies, and Accounting Horizons.
Dr. Miao obtained his Bachelor’s degree (Business Administration) from Tianjin University in 2003, and PhD (Accounting) from Nanyang Technological University in 2007. He is also a CFA Charterholder.
Bin Miao, Siew Hong Teoh, and Zinan Zhu (2016). Limited Attention, Statement of Cash Flow Disclosure, and the Valuation of Accruals. Review of Accounting Studies 21(2): 473-515
Shuping Chen, Bin Miao, Terry Shevlin (2015). A New Measure of Disclosure Quality: The Level of Disaggregation of Accounting Data in Annual Reports. Journal of Accounting Research 53(5): 1017-1054
Andrew Call, Shuping Chen, Bin Miao, and Yen H. Tong (2014). Short-term Earnings Guidance and Earnings Management. Review of Accounting Studies 19(2): 955-987
Yen H. Tong and Bin Miao (2011). Are Dividends Associated with the Quality of Earnings? Accounting Horizons 25 (1): 183-205