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Dr. Lin Wang

Assistant Professor
Dillard College of Business Administration


Lin Wang, PhD, is a professor of accounting at MSU Texas' Dillard College of Business. She is very interested in adopting emerging technologies such as machine learning to accounting research. Her current research uses textual analysis on corporate narrative disclosures in annual reports and conference calls. 

Dr. Wang teaches Accounting Information Systems. In this class, she also helps her students become QuickBooks certified. QuickBooks is a widely used accounting software by small businesses. She teaches the students the principles of accounting while helping them understand how to use this software.

She says that the best part of teaching is interacting with students. "I always encourage my students to ask questions. Their questions also inspire my thinking."

In her free time, she enjoys watching documentaries, reading books, and traveling. 

Institution Degree Graduation Date
University of Houston Ph.D. in Accounting 2018
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville M.S. in Economics and Finance 2012
Shandong University of Finance and Econonics B.A. in E-Commerce 2008
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Midwestern State University Assistant Professor of Accounting 08/24/2020
Midwestern State University Adjunct of Accounting 08/27/2018 05/08/2020


Wang, L. 2022. Non-Earnings Conference Calls: Content, Determinants, and Consequences. Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting 19 (1): 95 - 119. Published online January 2021.

Wang, L., R.M. Young, and L.Y. Zhang. 2022. Determinants of Conference Calls in Oil, Gas, and Energy Industries. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly. Vol 71, No.2: 247-259.