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Hongtao Guo

Professional Details

Title: Assistant Professor
Office: CC-125
Phone: 978-542-2383
Email: hongtao.guo@salemstate.edu

Spring Courses

Cat. # Term Course # Title
1458 01 ACC301 Intermediate Accounting II
1459 02 ACC301 Intermediate Accounting II

Professional Biography

Ph.D. in Accountancy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign   

M.A. in International Economics, Renmin University of China, P.R. China

B.A. in Economics, Peking University, P.R. China

  

Professional Interests

Accounting and disclosure for derivatives, accounting information in private debt market, accounting information and financial analyst stock recommendations. Value-at-risk measurement and other risk management issues.

Responsibilities

ACC106 Financial Accounting, ACC202 Managerial Accounting, ACC 300 and 301 Intermediate Accounting I and II

Selected Publications

"Quantitative market risk disclosure, bond default risk and the cost of debt: Why Value-at

-Risk?" Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting 7 (2009): 135-156

"The information content of quarterly earnings in syndicated bank loan prices," (with L.

Allen and J. Weintrop) Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Economics 15 (2008): 91-

122

"An analysis of risk for defautable bond portfolios," (with Z. Xiao and G. Wu)

The Journal of Risk Finance, vol. 8, No.2 (2007): 166-185.

"The effect of earnings management, inside information, and voluntary disclosure choice

on the accuracy of management earnings forecasts," (with D.A. Ziebart) Asia-Pacific

Journal of Accounting and Economics June (2000): 37-58

Selected Presentations

"The information content of quarterly earnings in syndicated bank loan prices",

Brandeis University, 2007.

"The information content of quarterly earnings in syndicated bank loan prices",

American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, New York University, Beijing

University, People's University of China, 2005.

"Quantitative market risk disclosure and the cost of debt: Why value at risk?"

Vanderbilt University, 2003.

"An analysis of risk for defautable bond portfolios," The Summer Meeting of

Econometric Society, Chicago, IL, 2003.

"Quantitative market risk disclosure and the cost of debt: Why value at risk?"

University of Illinois, University of Southern California, Baruch College, Georgia

State University, Vanderbilt University, Santa Clara University, SUNY-

Binghamton, 2001.

"A general analysis of the impact of scale difference when interpreting R2 as an

indicator of value relevance," University of Illinois Brownbag Seminar, 2000.

"The effect of earnings management, inside information, and voluntary disclosure

choice on the accuracy of management earnings forecasts," City University of

Hong Kong Symposium, Hong Kong, 2000.

Personal Interests

Traveling with family, all kinds of sports, especially running and swimming.