Bo Ouyang received his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Arlington. Prior to joining Penn State Great Valley, he was an assistant professor in the accounting department at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Dr. Ouyang teaches courses in financial accounting, managerial accounting, and financial statement analysis. His research interests include corporate governance, auditing, and corporate social responsibility.
2022 Faculty Research Award, Penn State Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies, The Pennsylvania State University
2014 Early Career Award for Research and Scholarship Excellence, Penn State Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies, The Pennsylvania State University.
Efendi, J., R. Files, B. Ouyang, and E. Swanson (2013). “Executive Turnover Following Option Backdating Allegations." The Accounting Review (88) p. 75-105.
Bhattacharya, N., T. Christensen, Q. Liao, and B. Ouyang (2022). “Can Short Sellers Constrain Opportunistic Non-GAAP Reporting?” Review of Accounting Studies (27) p. 391–440.
Ouyang, Bo, Y. Tang, C. Wang, and J. Zhou (2022). “No-Fly Zone in the Loan Office: How CEOs’ Risky Hobbies Affect Credit Stakeholders’ Evaluation of Firms.” Organization Science (33) p. 414–430.
“Executive Turnover Following Option Backdating Allegations." The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance Dec 5, 2012
"Risky Business, On and Off the Job." Harvard Business Review, Mar/Apr issue, p. 22, (2022).
B.S., Hunan Normal University
MPAcc., University of Texas at Arlington
Ph.D., University of Texas at Arlington