Associate Professor
Ph.D., Northwestern University

X. Gloria Liu

Associate Professor

Ph.D., Northwestern University
M.A., B.A., Peking University, Beijing, China

Dr. X. Gloria Liu is an associate professor of business administration and teaches principles of accounting and accounting information system. Prior to coming to Baldwin Wallace, Gloria held faculty positions at the University of Texas at Dallas and John Carroll University. She taught accounting principles, intermediate accounting, accounting for managers and accounting for finance majors at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Her research interests include financial analysts’ earnings forecasts, corporate governance and firms’ financial reporting behavior. She has published in The Accounting Review and Journal of Corporate Finance. Liu earned a doctorate in accounting from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a Master of Arts in finance and Bachelor of Arts in business administration from Peking University, Beijing, China.  

Selected Publications

Dey, A, E. Engel, and X. Liu (2011) “CEO and board chair roles: To split or not to split?” Journal or Corporate Finance 17:5, 1595-1618

Liu, X. and R. Natarajan (2012) “The Effect of Financial Analysts' Strategic Behavior on Analysts' Forecast Dispersion” The Accounting Review 87:6, 2123-2150