P. Eric Yeung

P. Eric Yeung

Peter B. Orthwein '68 Sesquicentennial Fellow in Accounting, Breazzano Family Term Professor of Management
Professor of Accounting

Email: pey4@cornell.edu
330 Sage Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
Phone: (607) 255-4961

Professor Yeung is Professor of Accounting at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. Yeung's research examines the relation between accounting information and economic fundamentals as well as the economic and behavioral factors that influence i) how market participants use accounting information and ii) how managers provide accounting information. His research has been published in The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Contemporary Accounting Research, Review of Financial Studies, Strategic Management Journal, and Management Science. Professor Yeung received his Profession Accountancy degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and PhD degree from University of Oregon. He currently teaches intermediate financial accounting, and has received teaching award at Oregon.

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

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Published Papers

Working Papers

  • Pacelli, Joseph; Hui, Kai Wai ; Yeung, P. Eric.  "Accounting Quality and Government Contract Awards"

  • Shu, Tao ; Sulaeman, Johan; Yeung, P. Eric.  "Cost of Bereavement: How Does Parental Loss Affect Mutual Fund Managers?"

  • He, Jack; Li, Lei; Yeung, P. Eric.  "Institutional Cross-Blockholdings and Abnormal Accruals"

  • Yeung, P. Eric; Liang, Chuchu.  "Market Pricing of Customer-Related Intangibles: Evidence from Post-Merger Fair Value Estimates"

  • Hui , Kai Wai; Liang, Chuchu; Yeung, P. Eric.  "On the Association between Customer Power and Accounting Profitability: Collaboration or Rent Extraction?"