Nan Li is an Assistant Professor of Accounting in the Department of Management at the University of Toronto, Scarborough, with a cross appointment to the Accounting Area at the Rotman School of Management.. Her research examines firms’ connections in the labor market as a new measure of economic linkages among firms. Her research agenda focuses on understanding how new information transmission channels such as social media reshape a firm’s information environment.
Assistant Professor of Accounting, University of Toronto
Selected Publications - Papers
Financial Reporting and Employee Voluntary Turnover Risk
with Ed dehaan, Frank Zhou
Accepted at Journal of Accounting Research
Analysts’ Underreaction to Employee Business Outlooks
with M.H. Franco Wong, Frank Zhou
with Chen Feng, Barry Lu, M.H. Franco Wong, Mingyue Zhang
with Eric Floyd and Douglas Skinner
Journal of Financial Economics
Research and Teaching Interests
Social Media and Capital Markets, Financial Reporting and Corporate Disclosures, Labor Economics, Social Networks, Payout Policy.