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Ning Ren

Assistant Professor of Accounting

B.S., Xidian University, ChinaM.S., Rochester Institute of TechnologyPh.D. of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Description

Dr. Ren is assistant professor in Long Island University, Post. She received her Ph.D. of Accounting from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2015. Before graduate from the Ph.D. program, she was teaching as visiting assistant professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology. She had industry experience in a Chinese security company and an accounting department in a pharmaceutical company based in PA, USA. Her research interests include financial accounting, auditing, tax avoidance and financing contracts.

Specialties

Financial accounting, tax avoidance, auditing, corporate finance

Publications

Ren, N. Francis, B. & Wu, Q., “Banking Deregulation and Corporate Tax Avoidance", China Journal of Accounting Research, forthcoming

Lectures and Presentations

Oct. 2014, FMA Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN - “Do Better Managers Get Better Loan Contracts?”
Aug. 2014, AAA Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA - “Going-Concern Opinions, Corporate Control, Executive Compensation and Management Turnover”, “Do Better Managers Get Better Loan Contracts?”
Jan. 2014, AAA Auditing Midyear Meeting, San Antonio, TX - “Going-Concern Opinions, Corporate Control, Executive Compensation and Management Turnover”
Oct. 2013, AAA Northeast Region Meeting, Hartford, CT - “Do Better Managers Get Better Loan Contracts?”
Oct. 2013, FMA Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL - “The Competitive effect of IPOs on Industry Peers’ Finance Contracting: Evidence from Bank Loans”
Aug. 2013, AAA Annual meeting, Anaheim, CA - “Going Concern Opinions and Bank Loan Contracting”