Dr. Jianing (Jade) Fang
Associate Professor of Accounting
Dr. Fang earned his double-major BA in Economics and Accounting and Information Systems with high honors in 1986 from Queens College, CUNY; MS in Taxation in 1993 from Washington School of Law; and DPS (Doctor of Professional Studies) in 2006 from Pace University. He passed the CPA examinations and was certified in 1990. Dr. Fang practiced public accounting for about five years and held a controller position in a private company for about 25 years. In the seven years before joining Marist College, Jade taught Managerial Finance, Taxation, Accounting Information Systems, Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Advance Financial Accounting, and International Accounting at Long Island University, Pace University, and Iona College. Since 2010, Dr. Fang has been the Editor-in-Chief for Global Science and Technology Forums (GSTF) Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance. He is one of the directors and associate editors for the International Business and Economy Conference. Dr. Fang is an Associate Editor for International Journal on GSTF Business Review and a reviewer for the CPA Journal among others. He has published three books and numerous research papers in refereed journals and presented them at national or international conferences.
Doctor of Professional Studies (DPS), Pace University, 2006.
Major: (1) Information Systems, and (2) International Business
Dissertation Title: An Empirical Investigation of the Efficient Stock Market Hypothesis
MS, Washington School of Law, 1993.
BA, Queens College, CUNY, 1986
Major: (1) Accounting and Information Systems, and (2) Economics
Research Interests/ Areas of Focus
Ethics, XBRL, Financial Reporting, Basic and Apply Statistical Modeling, Big Data, Business Analytics, Pedagogy, Finance and International Trade
Fang, J., Jin, B. & Slavin, N. (2018). Ethicswhen the East meets the West. Journal of Leadership Accountability and Ethics, 15(2), 223-232.
Fang, J. (2018). A Work Book for Current Issues in Accounting – Fall 2018 eText. Toronto, Canada: Top Hats Publishing. ISBN: 978-1-77330-062-7.
Fang, J. & Slavin, N. (2017). Empirical evidence on the effectiveness of the Cash is King Method: An easy way to understand debits and credits. Journal of the Academy of Business Education, 18, 1-20.
Fang, J. (2015). The Logistic Indicator: A Foreign Exchange Index Day-Trade Model. Saarbrcken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN 13: 978-3-659-78083-7.
Fang, J. (2014). Retrieving financial information in XBRL on the Next-Generation EDGAR. The CPA Journal, 84(11), 60-65.
Fang, J. (2013). Why logistic regression analyses are more reliable than multiple regression analyses. Journal of Business and Economics, 4(7), 620-633.
Fang, J., International Business and Economy Conference. How to Give an Impressive Oral Presentation?Puerto Montt, Chile. (January 6, 2017).
Slavin, N. & Fang, J., Northeast Business & Economics Association Annual Conference. “Results of a Pilot Study: Using the Qualitative Assessment Option for Determining Goodwill Impairment by the Dow 30 Companies.” West Point, New York. (November 11, 2016).
Fang, J., International Business and Economy Conference. Cash is King: An Easy way to Understand Debits and Credits.Nrtingen, Germany. (January 8, 2016).