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Yi Luo

Assistant Professor, Managerial Accounting and Control

Yi Luo

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Yi Luo is an Assistant Professor in Managerial Accounting and Control at the Ivey Business School. She obtained her Ph.D. in social and behavioural Accounting from Queen’s University and Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from University of Toronto (St. George). Her research focuses on policy-relevant questions, such as assessing the effectiveness of audit standard setters and regulators, understanding how auditors respond to unpredicted shocks, and examining whether gender plays a role in investors’ equity investment decisions, among others.

Programs Taught

  • HBA

Education

  • PhD, Queen’s University
  • CPA, CA

Recent Refereed Articles

  • Luo, Y.; Malsch, B., 2023, "Re-Examining Auditability through Auditors’ Responses to COVID-19: Roles and Limitations of Improvisation on the Production of Auditing Knowledge", Auditing-A Journal of Practice & Theory, August 42(3): 155 - 175.
  • Hoang, K.; Luo, Y.; Salterio, S. E., 2022, "Evidence‐Informed Audit Standard Setting: Exploring Evidence Use and Knowledge Transfer*", Contemporary Accounting Research, November 39(4): 2243 - 2283.
  • Luo, Y.; Salterio, S. E., 2022, "The Effect of Gender on Investors’ Judgments and Decision-Making", Journal of Business Ethics, August 179(1): 237 - 258.
  • Salterio, S. E.; Hoang, K.; Luo, Y., 2021, "Communication is a two-way street: Analyzing practices undertaken to systematically transfer audit research knowledge to policymakers", Accounting, Organizations and Society, October 94: 101265 - 101265.

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