Xiang, Meifang

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Accounting
Position
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Office Phone
(262) 472-4912
Office Location
HH 3527

Select Publications:

 

Author(s) Year Article Title Journal Name Volume Issue Pages
Xiang, M., Gruber, R. A. 2012 Student Performance in Their First Postsecondary Accounting Course: Does High School Accounting Matter? Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations 13 N/A 297-314
Chakrakvarty, S., Xiang, M. 2011 Reinvestment Decisions by Small Businesses in Emerging Economies. Financial Management 40 3  

Best Paper Award
June 2011
2011 Global Business and Social Science Research Conference
Fitzsimmons and Zmola Travel Awards
2006
Purdue University
Lynn Fellowship
2005
Purdue University
6 consecutive Outstanding Student Scholarships
1997
Central University of Finance and Economics
Honor of Exemption from the Entrance Examination of the Graduate Program for ranking 1st duing the 4-year undergraduate period
1997
Central University of Finance and Economics
Price Waterhouse Fellowship as Outstanding Accounting Graduate
1997
Price Waterhouse (Big Four auditor)
Prominent Student Organization Leader Award
1995
Central University of Finance and Economics
University Distinguished Student
1995
Central University of Finance and Economics
Distinguished Student of Zhangjiajie
1993
Zhangjiajie
Highest Score in the National University Entrance Examination in Zhangjiajie
1993

Ph.D.
Consumer Economics
Purdue University
2008
Master
Accounting
Central University of Finance and Economics (Beijing, China)
2000
Bachelor
Accounting
Central University of Finance and Economics (Beijing, China)
1997

CPA (USA)
Indiana, the USA
April 2010
CPA (China)
Chinese Institute of CPA
1999

American Accounting Association
2006 - Current
American Finance Association
2006 - Current
Financial Management Association
2006 - Current
Chinese Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CPA)
1999 - Current

An Empirical Study of Students’ Retaking the First Post-Secondary Accounting Course
An Empirical Study of Students’ Retaking their First Post-Secondary Accounting Course
Impact of Family Related Factors on Students’ Learning Performance in the First Post-Secondary Accounting Course
Who Does Not Need Credit? Evidence from Developing Economies
Sugato Chakravarty
Privatization, Credit Application, and Credit Constraint in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Privatization, Credit Application, and Credit Constraint in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
"The Value of High School Accounting"
John Smith, Robert Gruber
Institution Changes and the Pricing Efficiency of Accruals 2000-2011: Evidences from China
Yuefan Sun, Hongliang Zhang
Improving the Quality of Learning in Accounting through Peer-provided suggestions and learning experiences
Student Performance in their First Post-Secondary Accounting Course: Does High School Accounting Matter?
Robert Gruber
An Analysis of Discouraged Small Businesses: An International Perspective
Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation in China
Dr. Zheming Wang
Reinvestment Decisions by Small Businesses
Z. Wang and Z. Lin
Older and Younger Women and Their Opinions about Social Security Reform and Private Accounts

Relation between Family-Related Factors and Students’ Learning Performance in the First Post-Secondary Accounting Course
The Accounting Educators' Journal
Vol. 28 Pg. 21
A Preliminary Study of the Impact of Accounting Students’ Exam Time Usage on Their Exam Performance
2018 AAA Annual Conference
Determinants of Students’ Repeating the First College-Level Accounting Course
Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations
Vol. 22 Pg. 71-88
Privatization, Credit Application, and Credit Constraint in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Journal of Applied Business and Economics
Vol. 19 Iss. 2
An Empirical Study of Students’ Retaking the First Post-Secondary Accounting Course
2017 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting
Impact of Family Related Factors on Students’ Learning Performance in the First Post-Secondary Accounting Course
2016 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting
Improving the Quality of Learning in Accounting through Advice and Learning Experiences from Former Students
Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations
Vol. 18
An Empirical Study of Students’ Retaking their First Post-Secondary Accounting Course
2015 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting
Privatization, Credit Application, and Credit Constraint in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
2013 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting
The International Evidence on Discouraged Small Businesses
Journal of Empirical Finance
Vol. 20 Pg. 63-82
Privatization, Credit Application, and Credit Constraint in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
2012 American Accounting Association Region's Meeting
SFAS No. 116, Contributions Received and Contributions Made: What We Know and What We Don’t?
Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice
Vol. 12 Iss. 5
Student Performance in their First Post-Secondary Accounting Course: Does High School Accounting Matter
Advances in Accounting Education
Vol. 13 Pg. 297-311
The Value of High School Accountin
Wisconsin Business Educators association - Pewaukee
Institution Changes and the Pricing Efficiency of Accruals 2000-2011: Evidences from China
2012 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting
Reinvestment Decisions by Small Businesses in Emerging Economies
Financial Management
Vol. 40 Iss. 3
Improving the Quality of Learning in Accounting through Peer-provided suggestions and learning experiences
2011 Global Business and Social Science Research Conference
Student Performance in their First Post-Secondary Accounting Course: Does High School Accounting Matter?
2011 North American Accounting Society (NAAS) meeting
An Analysis of Discouraged Small Businesses: An International Perspective
2009 Annual Meeting of the Financial Management Association
Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation in China
2009 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting
Reinvestment Decisions by Small Businesses
2009 Hawaii International Conference on Business
Older and Younger Women and Their Opinions about Social Security Reform and Private Accounts
American Council on Consumer Interests (ACCI) Annual Conference
Practices and Operations of the Capitals among Inner Parts of the Group
Accounting and Auditing of CAAC
Vol. 11 Pg. 23
Attack of Financial Derivative Tools on Fiscal and Accounting Theory and its Countermeasures
Journal of Central University of Finance and Economics
Vol. 143 Iss. 7 Pg. 55
Foreground of Environmental Accounting
News of Chinese Finance and Economics
Vol. 67 Iss. 3
Social Responsibility Accounting
Journal of Financial Accounting
Analysis of Human Resources Accounting
Journal of Central University of Finance and Economics
Vol. 6 Pg. 54
Characteristics of Financial Derivative Tools
Journal of Financial Accounting
Vol. 121 Iss. 6 Pg. 5
Studies on Environmental Accounting
Theory and Practice of Finance and Economics
Vol. 94 Iss. 4 Pg. 83
Some Effects of Innovation to Bank Credit
Theory and Practice of Finance and Economics
Vol. 83 Iss. 5 Pg. 18
Tax Agency and its Effects on Accounting
Modern Finance Herald
Vol. 55 Iss. 6 Pg. 25

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