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Baohua Xin

Baohua Xin

    Baohua Xin

    Assistant Professor of Accounting  

    Degrees: PhD, University of Minnesota
    Email: Send an email to Baohua Xin
    Phone: 416-946-7166

    Bio

    Baohua Xin is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at Rotman. His research areas are information economics and capital markets. His recent work has been focused on how human brains process ambiguous and risky information, whether investors exhibit higher order reasoning in the presence of both fundamental and strategic uncertainties, and how accounting disclosure affects firm investment and the trust and trustworthiness among market players. He utilizes a combination of research methods in his research (analytical, archival, and experimental).

    Academic Positions

    2008-  Assistant Professor (Conditional 2007); Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

    Selected Publications - Papers

    Honors and Awards

    2008-2014  Excellence in Teaching Award; Rotman School of Management
    2011-2014  Standard Research Grants (Co-Investigator), with F. Wong; The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
    2010-2013  Standard Research Grant (Principal Investigator), with Callen and Chen; The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
    2012  Steve Berlin/CITGO Grant; American Accounting Association
    2013  CAAA/CGA Research Grant; Canadian Academic Accounting Association

    Professional Affiliations/Memberships

    American Accounting Association
    Canadian Academic Accounting Association
    European Accounting Association

    Research and Teaching Interests

    Research interests: information economics, capital market, experimental economics Teaching interests: financial, managerial  

    Other Info

    Courses taught: RSM3023 Selected Topics in Accounting Research (PhD); RSM220 Financial Accounting  

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