Eric Chan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Accounting. He received his Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Pittsburgh, and B.S. degrees in Accounting and Finance from the University of Maryland, College Park. Prior to pursuing his Ph.D., he worked as a senior auditor for Ernst & Young in Washington, DC. Professor Chan currently teaches the Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting in the Canfield Business Honors Program. His research focuses on using experimental methods to examine issues related to incentive contracting, performance measurement and evaluation, and managerial decision-making.
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|Eric Chan and Xinyu Zhang. 2021. Understanding and Deterring Misreporting in Nonprofits: The Joint Effects of Pay Level and Penalty Type. The Accounting Review, forthcoming.|
|Eric Chan, Steven J. Kachelmeier, and Xinyu Zhang. 2021. Working Longer but Not Harder: The Effects of Incentivizing Inputs versus Outputs in a Heterogeneous Workforce. The Accounting Review, forthcoming.|
|Eric Chan. 2018. Promotion, Relative Performance Information, and the Peter Principle. The Accounting Review 93(3), 83-103.|