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- Yin Xu
- Associate Professor
- 2144 Constant Hall
- University Of South Carolina - Columbia,
Major: Business Administration/Accounting
Degree: Ph. D.
- University of South Carolina,
Degree: Master of Accountancy
- University of Akron,
- Wang, K. J., and Xu, Y. From Measurement to Management: How Accounting Evolved to Form a New Research Field. International Journal of Critical Accounting, in press,
- Xu, Y., and Tuttle, B. (2012). Adaptation-Innovation a Work: A New Measure of Problem Solving. Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research, 10 (Winter), (pp. 17-33).
- Xu, Y., and Ziegenfuss, D. (2008). Reward Systems, Moral Reasoning, and Internal Auditors’ Reporting Wrongdoing Behavior. Journal of Business Psychology, 22, (pp. 323-331).
- Xu, Y., and Xu, X. (2008). Social actors, cultural capital, and the state: the standardization of bank accounting classification and terminology in early twentieth century china. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 33, (pp. 73-102).
- Xu, Y., and Wang, K. (2008). Whither the public accounting as a profession: Historical lessons of auditor independence in the U.S.. Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, 8 (4), (pp. 127-136).
- Xu, Y., and Wang, K. (2006). An examination of managers’ effort on product quality: An expectancy theory perspective. Review of Business Research, 6 (2), (pp. 224-232).
- Beprists, M., and Xu, Y. (2006). Defined benefit pension fund accounting: Relevancy, clarity, and consistency. The Journal of American Academy of Business, 9 (2), (pp. 294-299).
- Xu, Y., and (2005). The effect of graphic disclosures on users’ perceptions: An experiment. Journal of Accounting and Finance Research, 13 (1), (pp. 39-50).
- Xu, Y., and Tuttle, B. (2005). The role of social influence in using accounting performance information to evaluate subordinates: a causal attribution approach. Behavioral Research in Accounting, 17, (pp. 191-210).
- Xu, Y., and Tuttle, B. (2004). Performance evaluations with or without data from a formal accounting reporting system. Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research, 7, (pp. 151-167).
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