Peng-Chia Chiu's main research interests are in financial reporting, capital markets, corporate governance, international accounting. He has published in The Accounting Review, Management Science, Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, and Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting. He twice received research grants from Research Grants Council (RGC) of Hong Kong. He is also an ad hoc reviewer for a number of journals including The Accounting Review, Journal of Business Ethics, European Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, and Accounting Horizon.  Prior to joining CUHK, Shenzhen, he worked at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Academic Publications


1. “Cater to Thy Client: Analyst Responsiveness to Institutional Investor Attention” (with Ben Lourie, Alexander Nekrasov and Siew Hong Teoh), Management Science, Accepted

2. "Investor Learning, Earnings Signals, and Stock Returns" (with Tim Haight), Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 2020

3. “The Pricing of Firms with Expected Losses/Profits: The Role of January” (with Alex Nekrasov and Terry Shevlin), Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, 2018

4. “Do Analysts Matter for Corporate Tax Planning? Evidence from a Natural Experiment” (with Novia Chen and Terry Shevlin), Contemporary Accounting Research, 2018

5. “Board Interlocks and Earnings Management Contagion” (with Siew Hong Teoh and Feng Tian), The Accounting Review, 2013