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- Incentive Compensation
- Creative Problem Solving
- Employee Motivation
- Read the Impact article featuring research from Professor Huo
Kun Huo (CPA, CA) is an Assistant Professor of Managerial Accounting and Control at the Ivey Business School. He holds a BBA in Accounting from Wilfrid Laurier University and a Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Waterloo. He earned his professional accounting designation at Grant Thornton LLP and specialized in the audit of manufacturing and distribution companies.
Kun’s research is on topics such as the effect of public recognition on employee creativity, the effect of pay dispersion and pay secrecy on teamwork, as well as designing better balanced scorecards. He uses a combination of economic and psychology-based theories to investigate these issues. The paper from his dissertation, Performance Incentives, Divergent Thinking Training, and Creative Problem-solving Performance is forthcoming in the Journal of Management Accounting Research.