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Jason Jiao

Jason Jiao

Assistant Professor, Accounting

    Business and Engineering Convergence Center 2154
    (309) 677-2293
   fjiao@bradley.edu

 

Ph.D., University of Texas at Arlington
M.S., University of Nevada, Las Vegas
B.A., Gansu University of Technology

Biography

Dr. Jiao joined the Bradley faculty in 2015. He is a CPA, a member of the American Accounting Association (AAA), and a member of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA). Dr. Jiao had extensive professional experience in the hospitality industry in Las Vegas, Nevada and abroad before returning to school for his doctoral studies.

Teaching

Dr. Jiao’s teaching interests include financial accounting (ATG 401), accounting information systems and control (ATG 383), and accounting data analytics. During his doctoral program, Dr. Jiao also taught accounting for managers.

Scholarship

Dr. Jiao’s research interests are in the areas of earnings management, financial analysts’ forecasts, internal control, fraud prevention, and the corresponding areas in the hospitality industry. His work has been published in academic and professional journals.

Selected Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles in the Last Five Years

Jiao, F. (2016). Satisfying Bank Secrecy Act Requirements: Improving Anti-Money Laundering Programs. Internal Auditing, September/October 2016, 31-37.

Jiao, F. & Lu, L. W. (2019). Earnings Management, Benchmarking, and Market Valuation – A Perspective from the Hospitality Industry. Journal of Accounting and Finance, 19(3), 65-96.

Jiao, J. F. (2019). Application of COSO's 'CRIME' to the FCPA. Internal Auditing, September/October 2019, 15-24.

Jiao, J. (December 2019). Bank Secrecy Act and Casino Performances. Journal of Accounting and Finance, 19(9): 84-100.

Jiao, J. (Spring 2020). Deploying a data security defense. Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) Journal, 4(1): 1-7.

Jiao, J. (Spring 2020). Real Earnings Management, Habitually Meeting/Closely Beating Analysts’ Forecasts and Firm Valuation. Journal of Accounting and Finance, 20(2): 1-39.

Jiao, J. (July 2020). Benchmarking Habituality and Idiosyncrasies - A Perspective from Beating Analyst Forecasts. American Journal of Management, 20(3): 1-18.

Jiao, J. (August 2020). Habitual Earnings Surprises, Earnings (expectations) Management, and Market Valuation. Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 22(9): 1-20.

Presentations

Jiao, F. “Benchmarking Habituality and Idiosyncrasies - A Perspective from Beating Analyst Forecasts,” presented at AAA Midwest Region Meeting at Chicago, October 2016.

Jiao, F. (Author and presenter) & W. Lu (Author). “Earnings Management, Benchmarking, and Market Valuation – A Perspective from the Hospitality Industry,” presented at 28th Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues at Maui, Hawaii, November 2016.

Jiao, F. “Earnings Management, Multi-benchmarks, and Market Valuation,” presented at AAA Midwest Region Meeting at Chicago, October 2017.

Jiao, F. (Author and Presenter) & Lu, W. (Author). “Earnings Management, Benchmarking, and Market Valuation – A Perspective from the Hospitality Industry,” presented at AAA Midwest Region Meeting at Indianapolis, October 2018.  

Jiao, J. “Bank Secrecy Act and Casino Performances,” presented at AAA Midwest Region Meeting at Chicago, October 2019.

Service

Dr. Jiao has served on committees at department of accounting (chair of Awards & Scholarships Committee, chair of Accounting Career Day program, maintaining AACSB accounting journal list, taking meeting minutes, ICPAS Student Ambassador Advisor, participating in other ad hoc committees, and assisting other faculty members time permitting), the college of business (Teaching & Research Committee, and Undergraduate Curriculum Committee), and the university (Continuing Education Committee, and Bradley Core Curriculum Sub-committee). He has also reviewed manuscripts for academic journals and several chapters for a textbook of Accounting Information Systems, and served as a discussant at academic conferences. Outside of academic services, Dr. Jiao has also served as a treasurer for a local swim team, and a stroke-and-turn official for Illinois Swimming.

Licensures and Certifications

Dr. Jiao is a Certified Public Accountant.