Mei Feng

Associate Professor of Business Administration
Accounting
Office: 
220 Mervis Hall
Phone: 
412-624-1347

Degrees

PHD, University of Michigan, 2005
MA, Renmin University, 1997

 
Research Interests

Management forecasts, analyst forecasts, accounting misstatement, internal control over financial reporting

Teaching Areas

Financial Accounting

Recent Publications

"Are CFOs just the Yes-men? An Empirical Investigation of the Relation between CFOs and Material Accounting Manipulations," (with Weili Ge, Shuqing Luo and Terry Shevlin), Journal of Accounting and Economics, forthcoming.

"Once Bitten, Twice Shy: The Relation Between Outcomes of Earnings Guidance and the Provision of Subsequent Guidance," (with Adam Koch), The Accounting Review, November 2010.

"Analysts' Incentives to Overweight Management Guidance When Revising Their Short Term Earnings Forecasts," (with Sarah McVay), The Accounting Review, September 2010.

"Internal Control and Management Guidance," (with Chan Li and Sarah McVay), Journal of Accounting and Economics, December 2009.

"Special Purpose Vehicles: Empirical Evidence on Determinants and Earnings Management," (with Jeff Gramlich and Sanjay Gupta), The Accounting Review, November 2009.

"Does Earnings Guidance Affect Market Returns? The Nature and Information Content of Aggregate Earnings Guidance," (with Carol Anilowski and Douglas Skinner), Journal of Accounting and Economics, September 2007.

Working Papers

"Management Forecasts and Auditor Going-Concern Opinions for Financially Distressed Firms," (with Chan Li), 2010.

"Does SOX Section 404 Curb Material Misstatements?" (with Chan Li), 2010.

"Management Forecasts and the Cost of Capital," (with Zhaoyang Gu and Chan Li), 2010

"The Association between CEO Cash Bonus Compensation and Earnings Guidance," (with Guojin Gong and Yinghua Li), 2009.