Dr Terrence Feng
Lecturer in Accounting
Accounting; Corporate Governance; Financial Accounting
Qualifications: BCom-ProfAccg, MRes (Macquarie), PhD (UTS)
Terrence Feng is a Lecturer in Accounting at the Waikato Management School.
His research focuses on the intersection of auditor choice, financial accounting, capital market research, earnings quality, and corporate governance. In particular, he examines the quality of statutory and voluntary accounting information, the relationship between such information and auditor attributes, how the information is incorporated into share prices, and how the information is used to assist corporate decision making and design executive compensation contracts.
His work has been accepted for publication in Accounting and Finance and Accounting Research Journal. Terrence has also received external research grants, such as AFAANZ research grants.
- Financial accounting
- Capital market research
- Earnings quality
- Corporate governance
Cao, Y., Feng, Z., Lu, M., & Shan, Y. (2021). Tax avoidance and firm risk in China: A pitch. Accounting Research Journal, 34(1), 119-124. doi:10.1108/ARJ-08-2020-0280
Cao, Y., Feng, Z., Lu, M., & Shan, Y. (2021). Tax avoidance and firm risk: evidence from China. Accounting & Finance, online, 34 pages. doi:10.1111/acfi.12769
Feng, Z. (2020). Audit partner change and non-GAAP earnings quality. In AFAANZ Online.
Endrawes, M., Feng, Z., Lu, M., & Shan, Y. (2020). Audit committee characteristics and financial statement comparability. Accounting & Finance, 60(3), 2361-2395. doi:10.1111/acfi.12354
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