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Dr Katie Tseng



Katie completed her PhD in 2019 at the Australian National University, where she examined the impact of regulatory changes on analyst behaviour and how this affects investor responses. Before joining University of York, she worked at the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) Business School in New Zealand as a lecturer in accounting. Katie’s research interests lie in financial accounting, in particular examining the role of information in capital markets, which includes financial analyst forecasts, firms’ voluntary disclosures and economic consequences of regulation changes. Her papers have been published in high quality journals like the Journal of Business Ethics and the Journal of Banking and Finance.


Selected publications

  1. Tseng, Y. J., & Wilson, M. (2020). Changes in recommendation rating systems, analyst optimism, and investor response. Journal of Business Ethics, 166(2), 369-401. (ABS: 3, FT50)
  2. Feng, Z. Y., & Tseng, Y. J. (2019). Corporate social responsibility in the tourism industry: evidence from seasoned equity offerings. Current Issues in Tourism, 22(1), 91-106. (ABS: 2)
  3. Feng, Z. Y., Chen, C. R., & Tseng, Y. J. (2018). Do capital markets value corporate social responsibility? Evidence from seasoned equity offerings. Journal of Banking & Finance, 94, 54-74. (ABS: 4)

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Accounting and Finance