Mendoza School of Business

Chao-Shin Liu

Professor Emeritus
  • Biography
  • Background
  • Publications
  • Awards

Chao-Shin Liu is an Associate Professor at the Department of Accountancy, University of Notre Dame. He completed his doctorate degree at the University of Illinois. His research interest is in market reactions to public information. Professor Liu has published articles in the Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting Research, The Accounting Review, Review of Accounting Studies, the FASB Research Supplement, and other accounting and finance journals. Chao is the recipient of the University of Notre Dame Kaneb Teaching Award in 2002 and 2005. He is currently teaching Financial Accounting.

Ph D, University of Illinois
MBA, National Chengchi University
BBA, National Taiwan University

Areas of Expertise
Managerial Accounting
Financial Accounting

"Analysts’ Forecast Revisions and Firms’ Research and Development Expenses", (With Li-Chin Ho, Thomas Schaefer), Review of Quantitative Accounting and Finance, 2007

"The Effects of the Asian Crisis, Corporate Governance and Accounting System on the Valuation of Book Value and Earnings", (With Paquita Davis-Friday, Li li Eng), International Journal of Accounting, 2006

"The Relative Reliability of Financial Statement Recognition and Disclosure: Evidence from SFAS No. 106", (With Paquita Davis-Friday, H. Mittelstaedt), Contemporary Accounting Research, Summer, 2004

"Information Asymmetry and Accounting Disclosure for Joint Ventures", (With Chee Yeow Lim, Gillian Yeo), International Journal of Accounting, March, 2003

"The Kaneb Teaching Award", 2004

"The Kaneb Teaching Award", 2001

"The Deloitte Faculty Fellow", 1998

"The Dincolo Award for Outstanding Teaching", 1995