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SIMON YANG

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

ACCOUNTING AND LAW

HAGEDORN HALL OF ENTERPRISE
ROOM 318

p - 516-877-4618

f - 516-877-4607

e - YANG@adelphi.edu

 

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Diplomas/Degrees

Ph.D., University of Houston (2000)

Recent Courses

Advanced Accounting
Cost Accounting
Financial Accounting
Principles Of Accounting I
Principles Of Accounting II

Teaching Specializations/Interests

Financial Accounting
Advanced Accounting
Cost Accounting
Governmental and Not-for-Profit Accounting

Research Interests

Capital Market
Executive Compensation
Business Ethics

Grants/Sponsored Research

International Faculty Development Grant, 2013
Bender Award for Research, 2007
Bender Award for Research, 2006
President's Faculty Development Awards, 2005-2006
President's Faculty Development Awards, 2002-2003
President's Faculty Development Awards, 2001-2002

Refereed Articles

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Yang, S. M. and Ashley, A. and Patel, J. (2014), Performance of Best CEO Award Winners. International Journal of Business and Applied Sciences, 3(1), 48-58.

Cheng, C. S., Lee, B., Yang, S.M. (2013), The Value Relevance of Earnings Levels in the Return-Earnings Relation. International Journal of Accounting and Information Management, 21(4), 260-284.

Nwaeze, E, Yang, S.M. and J. Yin (2006), The Role of Cash Flows in Executive Compensation: A Reexamination. Contemporary Accounting Research, 23 (Spring).

Yang, S. M. (2006), Beating or Meeting Earnings-Based Target Performance in CEOsí Annual Cash Bonuses. Accounting Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance, 4, 271-298.

Verreault, D, Yang, S. M. and Angel, J. (2004), Sprint Corporation: Ethical Decisions and Tax Avoidance Strategies. Issues in Accounting Education, 19(1), 119-143.

Yang, S. M. and Yin, J. (2004), The Usefulness of Cash Flows from Operations in Executive Cash Compensation. Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting, (1), 175-197.

Ashley, A and Yang, S.M. (2004), Executive Compensation and Earnings Persistence. Journal of Business Ethics, 50, 369-382.

Cheng, C and Yang, S. M (2003), The Incremental Information Content of Earnings and Cash Flows from Operations Affected by Their Extremity. Journal of Business of Finance and Accounting, 30, 73-116.

Theerathorn, P., Duangploy, O. and Yang, S. M (1998), Analysis of Fortune 500 Firm Characteristics with Adoption of Currency SWAPS. Global Business and Finance Review, 3, 25-35.


Honors and Accomplishments

Dean's Award for Academic Excellence, 2000
Heyne Scholarship, University of Houston 1999
Clark and Clark Scholarship, University of Houston, 1998

Professional Activities

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), 2000
Chinese Accounting Professor Association of North America (CAPANA), 2000
Reviewer for Globalization Conference, AAA 1999
Certification on Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Texas, 1996