Jeffrey Wong, Ph.D., CPA is a Professor in the University's Accounting Department. He earned his Ph.D. with a concentration in accounting from the University of Oregon. Professor Wong's research interests focus on factors influencing management strategy and how strategic actions map to financial results. His published works have appeared in journals including: Journal of the American Taxation Association, Journal of Management Information Systems, Behavioral Research in Accounting, and Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting, Journal of Legal Tax Research, The Database for Advances in Information Systems.
Professor Wong is the Department Chair and currently teaches auditing and assurance services. Other courses previously taught include intermediate financial accounting, financial statement analysis, advanced managerial accounting, and Federal taxation. Awards given to Professor Wong include the College of Business Dean's Research Professor Award, Beta Gamma Sigma, Researcher of the year, Beta Alpha Psi Instructor of the Year, Mervyn L. Brenner Distinguished Teaching Fellow, and Donald A. Watson award for excellence in teaching.
- Ph.D. September, 1999, University of Oregon, Accounting
- M.S. December, 1985, California State University at Chico, Accounting
- B.S. June, 1981, University of California at Davis, Fermentation Science