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Huiqi Gan

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Dr. Huiqi GanAssistant Professor
  • CollegeManning School of Business
  • DepartmentAccounting
  • Phone(978) 934-6746
  • OfficePulichino Tong Business Center - 307
  • EmailHuiqi_Gan@uml.edu

Research Interests

Archival and behavioral research on topics of Management Accounting, Corporate Governance, Capital Market

Education

  • Ph D: Accounting, (2015), Virginia Commonwealth University - Richmond, VA
  • MS: Accounting, (2011), University of Denver - Denver, CO
  • BBA: Accounting, (2009), South China University of Technology- School of Business - China

Awards and Honors

  • Best Ph.D. student research paper award (2016), Scholarship/Research - 2016 American Accounting Association Northeast Regional Meeting
  • Dean's Scholar (2015) - Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Academic Leadership Award (2011) - University of Denver- School of Accountancy
  • School of Business Graduate Assistantship for Doctoral Students (2011) - Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Davidovich Endowed Scholarship (2010) - University of Denver- School of Accountancy
  • KPMG Scholarship (2010) - University of Denver- School of Accountancy
  • Scholar Awards (2010) - University of Denver- School of Accountancy
  • Outstanding Volunteer Award (2008) - South China University of Technology
  • Excellent Students Awards (2006) - South China University of Technology
  • Social Work Contribution Award (2006) - South China University of Technology

Publications

  • Gan, H. (University of Massachusetts Lowell) (2016) "Are more able CEOs getting more compensated? Evidence from the pay-for-performance sensitivity of equity-based incentives.," Advances in Accounting 34: pp. 64 - 76
  • Brink, A., Eller, C.K., Gan, H. (2015) "Reporting Fraud: An Examination of the Bystander Effect and Evidence Strength," Emerald Group Publishing Limited pp. 125–154
  • Victoravich, L.M., Xu, P., Gan, H. (2012) "Institutional ownership and executive compensation: Evidence from US banks during the financial crisis," Managerial Finance 39:1 pp. 28–46

Presentations

  • The Use of Non-financial Performance Measures: Does Board Structure Matter? - 2016 Management Accounting Seminar, American Accounting Association, 2016 - Dallas, Texas
  • Whistleblowing: An Examination of Evidence Strength and the Bystander Effect - 2014 ABO Research Conference, October 2014 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Whistleblowing: An Examination of Evidence Strength and the Bystander Effect - Annual Meeting of American Accounting Association, August 2014 - Atlanta, Georgia
  • CEOs Managerial Ability and Compensation Structure - Accounting Research Seminar, April 2014 - Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Institutional Ownership and Executive Compensation: Evidence from U.S. Banks During the Financial Crisis - Management Accounting Section Research, January 2011 - Atlanta, Georgia