Professor Lin's teaching and research interests include financial accounting, managerial accounting, information economics, accounting regulation and incentives. Professor Lin previously taught at the Fisher School of Accounting, University of Florida.
- Information economics
- Managerial incentive
- "Asset Revaluation Regulation with Multiple Information Sources" (with J. Demski and D. Sappington), The Accounting Review, 83(4) (2008): 869-91
- "Accounting Discretion and Managerial Conservatism: an Intertemporal Analysis," Contemporary Accounting Research, 23 (2006): 1017-41
- "Quantum Information and Accounting Information: Their Salient Features and Applications" (with J. Demski, S. FitzGerald, Y. Ijiri and Y. Ijiri), Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 25 (2006): 435-64
- "Moral Hazard Depicted in Markov Processes with Strategy Options" (with Y. Ijiri), Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 23 (2006): 79-99
- "Symmetric Accounting to Integrate 'Goods' and 'Bads' in the Double-Entry Framework: Logically Stretching the Domain of Conventional Accounting to the Other Half Space" (with Y. Ijiri), Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 23 (2006): 64-78
- "Using Experimental Data to Model Bargaining Behavior in Ultimatum Games" (with S. Sunder), Rami Zwick and Amnon Rapoport (Eds.) Experimental Business Research. 2002 Kluwer Academic Publishers: Boston.
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- ACCT 2331 Financial Accounting
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