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Tawei (David) Wang

  • KPMG/Neil F. Casson Endowed Professor, Associate Dean for Faculty and Research, MS Audit and Advisory Services Program
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  • School of Accountancy & MIS
  • Doctorate in​ Business Administration
  • (312) 362-1129
  • 1 East Jackson Blvd.
    DePaul Center Suite 6000
    Chicago, IL 60604

Academic Degrees

  • PhD, Management Information Systems, Purdue University
  • MBA, Accounting, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
  • BBA, Accounting, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Professional Certifications

  • Certified Public Accountant, Taiwan
  • Certified Internal Auditor
  • Certified Computer Assisted Audit Techniques Practitioner
  • Harvard Case Teaching Level I
  • Certified ERP Audit Professional
  • CSX Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate


Tawei (David) Wang is currently a professor, KPMG/Neil F. Casson Endowed Professor, and associate dean for faculty and research at the Driehaus College of Business. Wang's research interests include information security management and IT management. His papers have appeared in several leading journals, including Information Systems Research, Accounting Horizons, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, Decision Support Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, Information and Management, Information Systems Journal, International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Information Systems, among others. Wang has received several research awards and his articles have been downloaded more than 34,000 times based on PlumX Analytics.

At DePaul, Wang mainly teaches audit analytics and has been invited by universities and conferences around the world to discuss curriculum design and analytics teaching strategies. He is a Fulbright Specialist for developing analytics curriculum for accounting/auditing programs. He was a speaker for IIA, IMA, ISACA and a panelist for the Federal Reserve Bank Charlotte. In 2018, Wang was selected to be the KPMG James Marwick Professor in Residence.

He actively serves in the professional community as a workshop/conference coordinator, reviewer, and editorial board member. Wang is currently a co-senior editor of the Journal of Information Systems and an associate editor of Information and Management.