Ph.D., New York University
Justin Deng joined the Rutgers School of Business as an Assistant Professor of Accounting in 2018. He received his B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from Cornell University and his Ph.D. in Accounting from New York University. His research focuses on how alternative information sources can affect investors’ understanding of earnings. His research seeks to explore how problems associated with earnings aggregation may be minimized.
Research Interests: Earnings properties; Real-time disclosure system; Market Anomalies
Courses Taught: Financial Accounting (Undergraduate)
Selected Working Papers and Works-in-Process:
- “How prior news releases help investors understand earnings: An examination of earnings as confirmation,” Working Paper
- “On long-tenured directors,” with Stefano Bonini, Mascia Ferrari, and Kose John, Working Paper
- “Getting feedback: do market reactions to press releases inform managerial decision-making?,” Work-in-Process