University of Southern California

Mingyi Hung
Arthur Andersen & Co. Alumni Associate Professor of Accounting

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; BS, Chiao Tung University


Mingyi Hung studies the role of accounting information in global markets. Her research addresses the information and monitoring roles of accounting in international capital markets and investigates the interaction between country-specific institutional factors and accounting information. Professor Hung's research has been published in the Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, and Review of Accounting Studies. She is also a recipient of the Marshall MBA Golden Apple Teaching Award and the Gamma Sigma Alpha Professor of the Year.


Does Mandatory IFRS Adoption Affect Crash Risk? 2013
The Impact of Mandatory IFRS Adoption on IPOs in Global Capital Markets 2013
Post-earnings-announcement drift in global markets: Evidence from a disclosure shock 2013
Political Considerations in the Decision of Chinese SOEs to List in Hong Kong 2012
The Effect of Mandatory CSR Disclosure on Information Asymmetry: Evidence from a Quasi-natural Experiment in China 2012
Has the Widespread Adoption of IFRS Harmed US Firms’ Ability to Attract Foreign Capital? 2012
Corporate Governance Reform is not the Panacea for Preventing Future Financial Crises 2011
Political Considerations in the Decision of Chinese SOEs to List in Hong Kong 2010
The impact of financial covenants on the use of accounting conservatism in debt contracting: International evidence 2009
Information and Trading Risks in Global Investing: An Empirical Analysis of Research Location and Pacific Mutual Fund Performance 2001