PhD Accounting, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
MPA Accounting, Georgia State University
BA Institute of International Relations, Beijing
Research and Teaching Interests
Judgment and Decision Making
Risk and Ambiguity
Dr. Du has taught financial accounting and reporting at both undergraduate and graduate levels (ACC 101, ACC 102, ACC 304, ACC306 and ACC 541). Her research bridges the gap between psychology and accounting with a special focus on judgment and decision making for financial information users. She has published many articles in various journals such as Management Science, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Behavioral Finance, Accounting Research Journal, International Journal of Forecasting, The CPA Journal, Research in Accounting Regulations, and Managerial Auditing.