Bei Dong is an Assistant Professor in the School of Accountancy. She has taught principles courses in the field, as well as courses in financial accounting and reporting and financial statement analysis. Currently, she is an instructor for the College of Business INTO program, teaching Accounting Concepts.
Her areas of research interests include causes and consequences of alternative accounting choices, accounting regulation, voluntary disclosures, and capital markets.
Dong's academic credentials include an undergraduate degree in finance from the Guanghua School of Management, Peking University, an MS in finance from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and a PhD in accounting from Michigan State University. She is a member of the American Accounting Association.
- ACG 6026 Accounting Concepts
- Dong, Bei, Dahlia Robinson, and Michael Robinson. December 2012. "The Change in Investors Perception of Earnings Quality Following First-time Going Concern Modifications." American Accounting Association National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, August 2013.
- Ad hoc reviewer for 2013 FARS conference
- ISDS Department Faculty Recruiting Committee Member 2012/2013
- School of Accountancy research participant coordinator Spring 2012 - present
- Undergraduate curriculum committee Spring 2012 – present
- MBA QIP committee team leader 2008 – present
- Financial QIP committee 2007/2008
- Honors College, Thesis Reader (Patty Trask), 2011
- School of Accountancy Commencement Representative, Spring 2011
- School of Accountancy Instructor Recruiting Committee Member 2010/2011, 2011/2012
- COBA library committee 2009/2010