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Prof Tan Hun Tong
Professor, College of Business (Nanyang Business School) - Division of Accounting
|Professor Tan Hun Tong is the United Overseas Bank Chair and Professor of Accounting. His research interest focuses on understanding the judgment and decision making processes of preparers, users, and financial intermediaries of accounting information, and how institutional and environmental features influence such judgments and decisions. His work is characterized by the use of psychological theories and experimentation to gain insights into fundamental accounting issues. |
He is currently editor of Accounting, Organizations and Society, and was former Associate Editor of Contemporary Accounting Research and Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory. He has served on various AAA committees, including the AAA Council, the AAA’s Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award Screening Committee, Auditing Section’s Research Committee, Research Advisory Committee, and the Notable Contribution to Auditing Literature Committee.
Hun-Tong has published in leading accounting journals such as The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting Research, Contemporary Accounting Research, Accounting, Organizations and Society, and Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, as well as major psychology journals such as Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes and Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. He serves on the editorial boards of The Accounting Review,Behavioral Research in Accounting, Contemporary Accounting Research, European Accounting Review, International Journal of Accounting, and Journal of Behavioral Decision Making.
|Determinants of auditor performance
Management guidance and disclosure
Investor decision making
- Effects of qualitative disclosures and disclosure language on investor and manager judgments
- Regulations and Stakeholder Interactions on Stakeholder Reactions
- He Y., H. T. Tan, F. Yeo, and J. Zhang. (2019). When Do Qualitative Risk Disclosures Backfire? The Effects of a Mismatch in Disclosure Formats on Investors' Judgments. Contemporary Accounting Research, .
- Guiral A., D. Moon, H.T. Tan, and Y. Yao. (2019). What Drives Investor Response to CSR Performance Reports?. Contemporary Accounting Research, 37(1), 101-130.
- Tan H.T., E. Y. Wang, and G.S. Yoo. (2019). Who likes jargon? The joint effect of jargon type and industry knowledge on investors’ judgments. Journal of Accounting and Economics, 67(2-3), 416-437.
- Tan H. T. and Y. Yu. (2018). Management’s Responsibility Acceptance, Locus of Breach, and Investors’ Reactions to Internal Control Reports. The Accounting Review, 93(6), 331-355.
- Cheng M. M., H.T. Tan, K. T. Trotman, and A. Tse. (2017). The impact of the timing of a prior year’s auditor concessions on financial officers’ judgments. Auditing, 36(1), 43-62.
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