Dr. Nguyen joins the Colorado State University as an Assistant Professor in Accounting after finishing his Ph.D. in Accounting at the University of Iowa. Dr. Nguyen does research in archival financial accounting, with a focus on financial accounting properties (accounting comparability, conditional conservatism, and macro forecasting ability of accounting information). He enjoys teaching financial accounting at the undergraduate level (intro and intermediate).
"Accounting comparability and innovative efficiency." With Daniel W. Collins, Justin Chircop, and Lars Hass. Forthcoming at The Accounting Review (accepted 09/11/2019).
"Managerial sentiment and conditional conservatism." With Daniel W. Collins. Under review at The Accounting Horizon.
"Aggregate accounting research and development expenditures and the prediction of Gross Domestic Product." With Daniel W. Collins. Working paper.
"Aggregate growth in investment accounting assets and the prediction of Gross Domestic Product." With Justin Chircop and Daniel W. Collins. Working paper.