Academic Profile

Associate Professor Tong Yen Hee has a PhD in Business Administration (Accounting) from the University of Washington, Seattle. He is Head of the Division of Accounting at Nanyang Business School, NTU. Prior to joining NTU, he worked at Esso Singapore and DBS Finance. His research deals primarily with the role of financial accounting in capital markets and examines the interactions among users and preparers of accounting information such as auditors, investors, stock analysts and managers. He has published in several international peer-review journals, including the Journal of Accounting Research, Review of Accounting Studies and Contemporary Accounting Research. He served on the editorial board of Accounting Horizons (2009 – 2014) and is currently on the editorial board of China Accounting and Finance Review. He was awarded the Division of Accounting’s Research Excellence Award in 2009 and 2014. In addition, he was presented with the Certificate of Honor for Outstanding Mentorship of Koh Boon Hwee Scholar in 2011 and was nominated for the division’s Teaching Excellence Award in 2014. He teaches financial reporting and valuation at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
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Assoc Prof Tong Yen Hee
Head, Division of Accounting
Associate Professor, College of Business (Nanyang Business School) - Division of Accounting

Financial Reporting Quality Accounting Information and the Capital Markets Financial Analysts

 
  • 1. Determinants of corporate investment decisions, 2. Social ties and the effectiveness of audit committee's oversight
 
  • Audrey Hsu; Kevin Koh; Sophia Liu; Yen H Tong. (2019). Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Disclosures: An Investigation of Investors’ and Analysts’ Perceptions. Journal of Business Ethics, 158(2), 507-534.


  • Goh, B.W., C.Y., Lim, G., Lobo, and Y.H. Tong. (2017). Conditional Conservatism and Debt versus Equity Financing. Contemporary Accounting Research, 34 (1), 216-251.


  • Call, A., S. Chen, B. Miao, and Y.H. Tong. (2014). Short-term Earnings Guidance and Earnings Management. Review of Accounting Studies, 19(2), 955-987.


  • Call, A., S. Chen, and Y.H. Tong. (2013). Are Analysts' Cash Flow Forecasts Naive Extensions of their own Earnings Forecasts?. Contemporary Accounting Research, 30(2), 438-465.


  • Call, A., S., Chen, and Y.H. Tong. (2009). Are Analysts' Earnings Forecasts more Accurate when Accompanied by Cash Flow Forecasts?. Review of Accounting Studies, 14(2-3), 358-391.