Jenna (Jiali) Tang
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Jenna (Jiali) Tang


Courses Course Title
AC210 Financial Accounting
AC211 Managerial Accounting
AC725 Ethics for Accounting Professionals

Ph.D. in Accounting, University of Massachusetts Lowell
M.S. in Accounting from Boston College
B.A. Economics in Finance, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies

Research Interests:

Earnings quality, audit quality, big data, and corporate social responsibility.

Associate Professor in Accounting
Department of Accounting and Taxation
Phone: 860.768.4333


Tang, J.J., and Karim, K. (2018). Financial fraud detection and big data analytics – implications on auditors’ use of fraud brainstorming session. Managerial Auditing Journal,

Tang, J.J., Bouges, J., and Karim, K. (2018). Corporate social responsibility performance under various economic conditions. International Journal of Sustainable Economy, 10(2), 123-152. 

Tang, J.J., and Karim, K. (2017). Big data in business analytics: Implications for the audit profession. The CPA Journal, 87(6), 34-39. 

Tang, J.J., and Karim, K. (2017). Big data in accounting. Internal Auditing, 32 (2): 29-31. 

Karim, K., Suh, S., and Tang, J.J. (2016). Do ethical firms create value? Social Responsibility Journal, 12(1): 54-68. 

Tang, J.J., and Li, J. (2014). The determinants of audit fees – A comparison before and after SOX. Internal Auditing, 29(6): 27-31. 

Tang, J.J., and Tang, Q. (2010). R&D investment and frictions of R&D resource acquisition of enterprise. Contemporary Economy & Management, 32(7): 24-27.