David Tsui

Assistant Professor of Accounting
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Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania; BBA, University of Wisconsin- Madison

David Tsui’s research interests revolve around corporate governance, with a particular focus on the design of executive compensation contracts and how these and other incentive mechanisms affect managers’ investment and reporting choices. Much of his research also emphasizes the role of uncertainty in decision-making and incentive design. Professor Tsui received his PhD in Accounting from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and previously worked as an equity analyst covering the automotive industry at Robert W. Baird.
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David Tsui, Marshall Vance () "Sorting Effects of Broad-Based Equity Compensation ,".
Chris Armstrong, John Kepler, David Tsui () "Supply Constraints and Directors’ Reputational Incentives ,".
Young Jun Cho, David Tsui, Holly Yang () "The Role of Convex Equity Incentives in Managers’ Forecasting Decisions ,".
Wayne Guay, John Kepler, David Tsui () "The Role of Executive Cash Bonuses in Providing Individual and Team Incentives ,"  Journal of Financial Economics  133, 441-471.
Chris Armstrong, Carlo Gallimberti, David Tsui () "The Screening Role of Covenant Heterogeneity ,".