Daphne Lui is Associate Professor of Accounting and Associate Academic Director of the Global BBA program at ESSEC, based on the Singapore campus. Her research interests are in the areas of financial reporting quality, corporate disclosure, financial intermediaries, and executive compensation. She is also interested in applying machine learning in her research projects.
At ESSEC, Daphne has taught in various programs including Masters in Management, Masters in Finance, Masters in Strategy & Management of International Business, PhD, in addition to the Global BBA program.
Prior to pursuing an academic career, Daphne worked in corporate finance advising multinational clients on capital raising and corporate restructuring issues. She graduated from London Business School with an MSc in Finance and a PhD in Accounting.
- 2016 – Now : Associate Professor (ESSEC Business School Singapore)
- 2009 – 2016 : Assistant Professor (ESSEC Business School Singapore)
- FILIP, A., LIU, J. et LUI, D. (2023). The impact of cost stickiness on income smoothing: evidence from employment protection regulations. Accounting and Business Research, In press.
- HUANG, Z., JEANJEAN, T. et LUI, D. (2023). Analyst independence and earnings management. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 50, pp. 598-621.
- FILIP, A., HUANG, Z. et LUI, D. (2020). Cross-Listing and Corporate Malfeasance: Evidence from P-Chip Firms. Journal of Corporate Finance, 63, pp. 101232.
- ANDREICOVICI, I., JENY, A. et LUI, D. (2019). Disclosure Transparency and Disagreement Among Economic Agents: The Case of Goodwill Impairment. European Accounting Review, 29(1), pp. 1-26.
- GUAN, Y. et LUI, D. (2016). The Effect of Regulations on Pension Risk Shifting: Evidence from the U.S. and Europe. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 45(5), pp. 765–799.
- LUI, D., MARKOV, S. et TAMAYO, A. (2012). Equity Analysts and the Market’s Assessment of Risk. Journal of Accounting Research, 50(5), pp. 1287-1317.
- LUI, D., MARKOV, S. et TAMAYO, A. (2007). What makes a stock risky? Evidence from sell-side analysts’ risk ratings. Journal of Accounting Research, 45(3), pp. 629-665.
Presentations at an Academic or Professional conference
- JENY, A., ANDREICOVI, I. et LUI, D. (2022). Do Firms Respond to Auditors’ Red Flags? Evidence from the Expanded Audit Report. Dans: 8th Paris Financial Management Conference (PFMC) 2022. Paris.
- ANDREICOVICI, I.I., JENY, A. et LUI, D. (2022). Do Firms Respond to Auditors’ Red Flags? Evidence from the Expanded Audit Report. Dans: 2022 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting. San Diego.
- 2010 – 2015 Three Essays on the Monitoring Role of Financial Analysts (ESSEC Business School France)
- 2013 – 2019 Three essays on goodwill impairment disclosure (ESSEC Business School France)
- 2021 – 2023: Associate Editor – Accounting Forum
- 2020 – 2021: Editorial board membership – Accounting Forum
- 2014 – Now: Member of the scientific committee of the European Accounting Association annual congress (Financial analysis Section)
- 2013 : ANDREICOVICI Ionela-Irina (ESSEC Business School), Thesis co-director, First placement: Assistant Professor – Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Germany
- 2010 : HUANG Zhongwei (ESSEC Business School), Thesis co-director, First placement: Assistant Professor – Cass Business School, City University, UK