Chuong Do, Ph.D., CPA is an Assistant Professor in the Accounting Department at University of Nevada, Reno. Professor Do earned his doctorate degree at Oklahoma State University. Prior to that, he received a Master of Accountancy from University of Tulsa and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from University of the Ozarks. Between his studies, Professor Do worked for a public accounting firm in Tulsa, Oklahoma and for a non-profit advocate in Washington, D.C.
Corporate Disclosure, Financial Accounting, Textual Analysis, High-frequency Data
- Allee, K. D., Do, C., & Sterin, M. (2021). Product market competition, disclosure framing, and casting in earnings conference calls. Journal of Accounting and Economics, 101405.
- Do, C., & Nabar, S. (2019). Macroeconomic effects of aggregate accounting conservatism: A cross‐country analysis. Journal of International Financial Management & Accounting, 30(1), 83-107.
- Bjornsen, M., Do, C., & Omer, T. C. (2018). The Influence of Country-Level Religiosity on Accounting Conservatism. Journal of International Accounting Research.
Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Intermediate Accounting II
- Ph.D. in Business Administration, Oklahoma State University, 2019
- Master of Accountancy, University of Tulsa, 2014
- Bachelor of Science in Political Science, University of the Ozarks, 2012