Cang Yongtao

Title:Professor; Deputy Dean of School of Economics and Finance

Department:College leaders; Department of Accounting

Address:School of Economics and Finance, Shanghai International Studies University, No. 550 Dalian Road (West), Hongkou Campus, Shanghai, 200083, China

Areas of Expertise:

Accounting Information Disclosure

Financial Analysts

Governance of Capital Market Restraint Mechanisms

Professional affiliation:

Non-practicing member of Chinese Institute of CPA

Australian Institute of Certified Public Accountants


Mar. 2006 – Jan.2009, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Ph.D.

Working Experience:

Apr. 2009 – Present, Shanghai International Studies University

Awards, Honors & Certificates:

2015, Casio Excellent Paper Award from Shanghai International Studies University

2011, Award for Excellent Teaching Material in Universities and Colleges of Shanghai (first prize)

2011, Excellent Paper Award in Accounting, from Accounting Society of China (third prize)

2008, Excellent Paper Award in Accounting, from Accounting Society of China (second prize)

Selected Publications

Equity incentives, market attention and market expectation fulfillment. Journal of Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, CSSCI, 2020

The increment effect on EPS of private placement and the predicative ability of financial analysts. Accounting Research, CSSCI, 2017.

An exploratory study of earnings management detectability, analyst coverage and the impact of IFRS adoption: Evidence from China. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, SSCI, 2014.

Supervision of external restriction mechanism and the transformation of corporate behavior space—Reflection on the subprime mortgage crisis. Management World, CSSCI, 2011.

Can financial analysts recognize the information connotations of audit tenure? Accounting Research, CSSCI, 2011.

Are the prices predicted by financial analysts credible? – Empirical evidence from the Chinese securities market. Management World, CSSCI, 2008.

Viewing the transformation of value-added tax from the perspective of economics. Finance and Accounting Monthly, core journal, 2006.

Audit Judgment: Research based on the intentions of judgment made by hierarchy of customers. Journal of Audit & Economics, CSSCI, 2005.

Courses Taught

Advanced Financial Accounting

Financial Cost Management

International Accounting

Strategic Management Accounting

Financial Statement Analysis