Dr. Hsiao-Tang Hsu

Hsiao-Tang Hsu

Associate Professor of Accounting

Office: OCNR 349

Phone: (361) 825-3729
Email: Tom.Hsu@tamucc.edu 


Ph.D. Temple University, 2014
LL.M. London School of Economics and Political Science, 2007
M.B.A. National Chengchi University, 2006

Joined the faculty in 2018

  • Research Interests:  International Accounting, Financial Accounting, Corporate Governance
  • Teaching Interests: Ethics for Accountants and Business Executives, Advanced Accounting, International Accounting, Financial Accounting


Dr. Hsu holds a Ph.D. in Accounting from Temple University and a LL.M. specialized in Taxation from the London School of Economics (LSE). He received 2015 American Accounting Association (AAA) Outstanding International Accounting Section (IAS) Dissertation Award and won the IAS Excellence in Reviewing Award for the 2020 AAA Annual Meeting. Before pursuing his doctorate degree, he worked as an international tax consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Prior to joining Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi in 2018, Dr. Hsu served as an Assistant Professor of Accounting and won the Outstanding Advisor Award in 2016 at University of Louisiana - Lafayette. His current research interests include international accounting, financial accounting, and corporate governance. His publications have appeared in prestigious journals including Information & Management and The Accounting Review.

Some of his research works can be found at: http://ssrn.com/author=1353296

Selected Publications

  • Tangible Long-Lived Asset Impairments and Future Operating Cash Flows under US GAAP and IFRS (with E. Gordon), The Accounting Review (2018)
  • Technology Executives in the Changing Accounting Information Environment: Impact of IFRS Adoption on CIO Compensation (with F. Liu and D. Yen), Information and Management (2018)
  • Chief Accounting Officers and Audit Efficiency (with S. Khan), Asian Review of Accounting (2019)
  • The Impact of Pension Governance Practices on the Public Defined Benefit Pension Performance (with G. Xu, F. Liu, and J. Lin), Benchmarking: An International Journal (2020)
  • Are Governmental Expenditures Also Sticky? Evidence from the Operating Expenditures of Public Schools (with T. Wu, C. Young, and C. Yu), Applied Economics (2020)
  • Peer R&D Disclosure and Corporate Innovation: Evidence from American Depositary Receipt Firms (with E. Gordon and H. Huang), Advances in Accounting (2020)

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