Dr. Lianzan Xu
Office: VRB 4073
Office Hours: By appointment
Department: Accounting and Law
Area Specialization: The relationship between financial statement information, earnings and stock prices.
Ph.D. - Business Administration (Accounting), the University of Kentucky, 1996
M.B.A. - Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1992
M.A. - English, Xiamen (Amoy) University, China, 1981
B.A. - English, Fujian Second Teachers' College, China, 1968
- Visiting Associate Professor, Syracuse University (Utica College), 1989-1990
- Associate Professor, Xiamen (Amoy) University, China, 1987-1989
- Lecturer/Assistant Professor, Xiamen (Amoy) University, China, 1979-1987
Primary Research Interests:
- The Relationship between Financial Statement Information, Earnings, and Stock Prices
Representative Publications (for earlier publications, click here):
- Xu, L., and F. Cai. 2009. Before and After 2000: Revenue and High Tech Valuation. Competitiveness Review 19 (1): 26-35.
- Xu, L., F. Cai and C.K. Leung. 2007. The Role of Book Value in High-tech Valuation. Advances in Competitiveness Research 15 (1&2): 71-80.
- Xu, L., and F. Cai. 2006. Price-to-Earnings Multiples and Mergers and Acquisitions. Competitiveness Review 16 (1): 32-37.
- Cai, F., and L. Xu. 2006. Will Investors Profit By Following The Stock Recommendations Published in Barron’s. Journal of Business & Economics Research 4 (3): 69-77.
- Xu, L., and F. Cai. 2005. Book Value, Industry Group, and Equity Valuation. Competition Forum 3 (2): 484-489.
- Xu, L., and F. Cai. 2005. The Valuation Of High-Tech "New Economy" Companies. Journal of Global Competitiveness 13 (1&2): 1-8.
- Cai, F., and L. Xu. 2004. Economic Growth And FDI In China. International Business & Economics Research Journal 3 (5): 15-22.
Current Courses Offered:
- ACCT211: Financial Accounting
- ACCT212: Managerial Accounting
- ACCT420: Advanced Accounting I
- ACCT430: Advanced Accounting II
- ACCT720: Financial Accounting & Reporting II
- ACCT760/FIN 760: Financial Analysis and Decisions
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