Name: Dr. Jianing (Jade) Fang, CPA, CITP
Title: Associate Professor of Accounting
Office Location: Dyson 309
Extension: (845) 575-3000 ext. 2419
Email: Jianing.Fang@marist.edu
Degrees Held:

DPS (Doctor of Professional Studies in Information Systems, and International Business) from Pace University (2006)

     M.S. in Taxation from Washington School of Law (1993)

B.A. in Economics, and Accounting and Information Systems from Queens College, CUNY (1986)

Certifications:

Certified Public Accountant (New York, 1990)

Certified Network Administrator (Novell, 1995)

Certified Network Engineer (Novell, 1995)

Certified Information Technology Professional  (AICPA, 2010)

Bio:

Dr. Fang has practiced public and private accounting for 30 years.  Before joining Marist College, Jade taught Managerial Finance, Taxation, Accounting Information Systems, Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Advanced Financial Accounting and International Accounting at Long Island University, Pace University and Iona College.  Dr. Fang has been the Editor-in-Chief for Global Science and Technology Forum’s (GSTF) Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance since November 2010 and one of the editors for the International Business and Economy Conference Since August 2013.  He is an Associate Editor for International Journal on GSTF Business Review, and for World Economy Study journal.  Dr. Fang is also a reviewer for the CPA Journal, the International Journal of Accounting and Finance, International Journal of Electronic Marketing and Retailing, the Journal of Accounting and Administration, and the Journal of International Business and Economy.  He has published three books and numerous research papers in refereed journals and presented them in national or international conferences.

Interests:

Swimming, paddle ball, travel, karate and karaoke

Awards & Honors:

Omicron  Delta Epsilon (ΟΔΕ)

The International Honor Society in Economics

 

Beta Gamma Sigma (ΒΓΣ)

The International Honor Society Recognizing Business Excellence

 

Golden Key National Honor Society

Publications:

Editor-In-Chief for GSTF International Conference on Accounting and Finance (2010-Present

Editor for International Business and Economy Conference (2013-Present)                       

Editor for World Economy Study journal (2014-Present)                         

Associate Editor for  International Journal on GSTF Business Review (2011-Present)                         

Reviewer for the CPA Journal (2010-Present)                         

Reviewer for the International Journal of Electronic Marketing and Retailing (2012-Present)                         

Reviewer for the International Journal of Accounting and Finance (2014-Present)

Reviewer for the Journal of Accounting and Administration (2014-Present)

Reviewer for the Journal of International Business and Economy (2014-Present)

Reviewer for “Financial Statement Analysis & Valuation, 5e by Easton, McAnally, Sommers, Zhang.  Cambridge Business Publishers.

Reviewer for “Managerial Accounting, V. 1.0” by Kurt Heisinger and Joe Hoyle.  Flat World Knowledge.

 

The Handbook of XBRL.”  (the manuscript of the book is 50% completed).

Modern Interpretation, Translation and application of Tao Te Ching (道德传).”  (the manuscript of the book is 30% completed).

The Qualitative Goodwill Impairment Test May Not Be Cost Effective for Private and Small Cap Public Entities.”  (Working paper, co-authored with Dr. Nathan Slavin, Hofstra University).

Adoption of Using a “Qualitative Assessment” for Determining Goodwill Impairment for the Dow 30 Companies – A Pilot Study. (Working paper, co-authored with Dr. Nathan Slavin, Hofstra University).

Interpretation and Application of the Ethical Standards.”  (Working paper).

XBRL Compliance: an Update and Call for Additional Research.”  (Working paper, co-authored with Dr. Nathan Slavin, Hofstra University).

The Chinese Dream Cannot Be Realized Until We Become A More Ethical People.”  (Working paper).

Retrieving Financial Information in XBRL With Excel 2010: With a Liquidity Ratio Example. (Working paper).

A Closer Look at the Amazon Law and the Appellate Decision. (Working paper, co-authored with Dr. Maxine Morgan-Thomas, Long Island University).

“Empirical Evidence on the Effectiveness of the Cash is King Method: An Easy Way to Understand Debits and Credits,” (Spring 2017).  Journal of the Academy of Business Education, v. 18, pp. 1-20.  (Co-authored with Dr. Nathan Slavin, Hofstra University).

Retrieving HTML and XBRL Data with Microsoft Excel 2010. In S. Marshall Perry (Eds.), Maximizing Social Science Research through Publicly Accessible Data Sets.  (2017). Hershey PA: IGI Global.

“How To Give An Impressive Oral Presentation: A Workshop Manual,” International Business and Economy Conference Proceedings (Puerto Montt , Chile, January 2017).

A Work Book for Current Issues in Accounting.(2017), Toronto, Canada: Top Hat’s Publishing.  ISBN: 978-1-77330-062-7.

“Results of a Pilot Study: Using the Qualitative Assessment Option for Determining Goodwill Impairment by the Dow 30 Companies,” (co-authored with Dr. Nathan Slavin, Hofstra University). Northeast Business & Economics Association Annual Conference Proceedings (West Point, New York, November 2016).

 “Editorial” for 2016 GSTF Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance Proceedings (Singapore, 2016).

Current Issues in Accounting eText. (2016), Indianapolis, IN: Wiley Custom Select.

 “Cash is King: An Easy Way to Understand Debits and Credits: A Workshop Manual,” (co-authored with Dr. Nathan Slavin, Hofstra University). International Business and Economy Conference Proceedings (Nürtingen, Germany, January 2016).

The Logistic Indicator: A Foreign Exchange Index Day-Trade Model.(2015), Saarbrücken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.  ISBN: 13: 978-1-305-58208-8.

“The Effectiveness of the Cash is King Method: An Easy Way to Understand Debits and Credits,” (co-authored with Dr. Nathan Slavin, Hofstra University). Northeast Business & Economics Association Annual Conference Proceedings (Jamaica, New York, November 2015).

Cash is King: An Easy way to Understand Debits and Credits. (July 2015), GSTF Journal on Business Review,  v4.1.  (co-authored with Dr. Nathan Slavin, Hofstra University).

“The Qualitative Goodwill Impairment Test May Not Be Cost Effective for Private and Small Cap Public Entities,” (co-authored with Dr. Nathan Slavin, Hofstra University). Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference Proceedings (Boston, USA, March 20-22, 2015).

Retrieving Financial Information in XBRL on The Next-Generation Edgar With Excel 2013,” International Business and Economy Conference Proceedings (Bangkok, Thailand, January 2015).

“Cash is King: An Easy way to Understand Debits and Credits,” (co-authored with Dr. Nathan Slavin, Hofstra University). Northeast Business & Economics Association Annual Conference Proceedings (West Long Branch, NJ, November 2014).

“Retrieving Financial Information in XBRL on the Next-Generation Edgar.  (November 2014), The CPA Journal, v84.11.

Hard Rules and Soft Rules for XBRL.”  (March 2014), GSTF International Journal on Business Review,  v3.2.

The Utilization Of Logistic Regressions In Addition To Multivariate Analyses For More Reliable Test Results. In S. Coronado-Ramírez, P. L. Celso-Arellano & C. O. Trejo-Pech (Eds.), Nonlinear Time Series and Finance (pp. 52-67).  Guadalajara, México: Universidad de Guadalajara, 2014.

“XBRL Compliance: an Update and Call for Additional Research,” (co-authored with Dr. Nathan Slavin, Hofstra University). Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference Proceedings (Philadelphia, USA, March 2014).

 “The Chinese Dream Cannot Be Realized Until We Become A More Ethical People,” International Business and Economy Conference Proceedings (Tianjin, China, January 2014).

“Hard Rules and Soft Rules for XBRL,” International Business and Economy Conference Proceedings (Tianjin, China, January 2014).

“Why Logistic Regression Analyses Are More Reliable Than Multiple Regression Analyses.”  (July 2013), Journal of Business and Economics, v4.7.

Demonstrating Retrieval of Financial Information in XBRL. (Spring, 2013), Journal of Instructional Techniques in Finance, v4.1 (Co-authored with Ameeta Jaiswal-Dale, University of St. Thomas).

 “Why Logistic Regression Analyses Are More Reliable Than Multiple Regression Analyses,” GSTF Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance Proceedings (Bangkok, Thailand, May 2013).

“Editorial” for 2013 GSTF Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance Proceedings (Thailand, 2013).

 “Retrieving Financial Information in XBRL on The Next-Generation Edgar,” American Accounting Association Annual Mid-Atlantic Proceedings (Parsippany, NJ, April 2013).

The progress of XBRL Conversion: Reviewing the Rules, Consequences, and Potential Remedies.  (February 2013), The CPA Journal, v83.2.

“The Utilization Of Logistic Regressions in Addition to Multivariate Analyses for More Reliable Test Results,” International Business and Economy Conference Proceedings (Caen, France, January 2013).

“Editorial” for 2012 GSTF Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance Proceedings (Singapore, 2012).

Demonstrating Retrieval of Financial Information in XBRL,” (Co-authored with Ameeta Jaiswal-Dale, University of St. Thomas).  International Business and Economy Conference Proceedings (Hawaii, January 2012).

The Current Status of E-Business Tax.”  (December 2011), International Journal of Applied Accounting and Finance, v2.1 (Co-authored with James G.S. Yang, Montclair State.

XBRL for Financial Reporting Will Improve Stock Market Efficiency.”  (July 2011), International Journal on GSTF Business Review, v1.1 (Co-authored with Dr. Helisse Levine, Long Island University).

“Editorial” for 2011 GSTF Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance Proceedings (Singapore, 2011).

“XBRL for Financial Reporting Will Improve Stock Market Efficiency,” GSTF Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance Proceedings (Singapore, May 2011).

“Critical Database Concepts For XBRL.”  (Spring 2011), Journal of Theoretical Accounting Research, v6.2.

Why is the U.S. XBRL Conversion Process So Slow?”  (January 2011), The CPA Journal, v81, 1.

“Critical Database Concepts For XBRL,” International Business and Economy Conference Proceedings (Guadalajara, Mexico, January 2011).

“A Report on U.S.  XBRL Conversion Progress,” Northeast Business and Economics Association Annual Conference Proceedings (Morristown, NJ, October 2010).

“Accountants Can Master XBRL,” IMA Annual Conference Proceedings (Baltimore,  June 2010).

“XBRL Financial Reporting And Its Effect On Stock Market Efficiency,” International Business and Economy Conference Proceedings (Prague, Czech Republic, January 2010).

How CPAs Can Master XBRL?”  (May 2009), The CPA Journal, v79, 5.

“Surviving Information Technology.”  (November 1st 2008), The Trusted Professional, v11.19.

“Critical Database Concepts for Modern CPAs.”  (A series of 3 articles, August 1st 2007, v10.14, November 15th 2007, v10.20, and December 15th 2007, v10.22), The Trusted Professional.

Research Interests:

Ethics, XBRL, IFRS, Financial Reporting, E-business Tax, International Tax, Basic and Apply Statistical Modeling, Big-data, Business Analytics, Finance and International Trade

Conferences & Workshops:

Served as keynote speakers, session chairs, moderators, and discussants numerous times in many conferences.

Spring 2017 SOM Ethics Week (Poughkeepsie, NY, March 20-24, 2017).  

2017 International Business and Economy Conference (Puerto Montt, Chile, January 4-7, 2017).  

2016 Northeast Business & Economics Association Annual Conference (West Point, New York, USA, November 10-12, 2016). 

Fall 2016 SOM Ethics Week (Poughkeepsie, NY, November 28 to December 2, 2016). 

2016 Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference (Alexandria, Virginia, USA, March 31-April 2, 2016, presentation was given by my co-author Dr. Nathan Slavin from Hofstra University).

Hofstra Big Data seminar (Hempstead, NY, March 18, 2016). 

Spring 2016 SOM Ethics Week (Poughkeepsie, NY, March 7-11, 2016).  

2016 International Business and Economy Conference (Nürtingen, Germany, January 6-9, 2016).  

2015 Northeast Business & Economics Association Annual Conference (Jamaica, New York, USA, November 5-7, 2015). 

Fall 2015 SOM Ethics Week (Poughkeepsie, NY, November 16-20, 2015). 

2015 Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference (Boston, USA, March 20-22, 2015, presentation was given by my co-author Dr. Nathan Slavin from Hofstra University).

2015 International Business and Economy Conference (Bangkok, Thailand, January 5-8, 2015). 

Fall 2014 SOM Ethics Week (Poughkeepsie, NY, November 17-21, 2014).  

2014 Northeast Business & Economics Association Annual Conference (West Long Branch, New Jersey, USA, November 6-8, 2014).  

2014 American Accounting Association Annual Conference (Atlanta, USA, August 2-6, 2014).  

2014 Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference (Philadelphia, USA, March 27-29, 2014).  

2014 International Business and Economy Conference (Tianjin, China, January 9-12, 2014).  

2013 GSTF Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance (Bangkok, Thailand, May 20-21, 2013).  

2013 American Accounting Association Annual Mid-Atlantic Conference (Parsippany, NJ, Apr. 20, 2013).  

2011 GSTF Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance (Singapore, May 23, 2011).  

Brown Bag Research session at Montclair State University (Montclair State University, NJ, January 20, 2011).  

2011 International Business and Economy Conference (Guadalajara, Mexico, January 6-January 9, 2011).  

2010 Northeast Business and Economics Association Annual Conference (Morristown, NJ, September 30-October 2, 2010). 

2010 IMA Annual Conference. (Baltimore, June 5-June 9, 2010). 

2010 International Business and Economy Conference (Prague, Czech Republic, January 5- January 9, 2010). 

Affiliations:

American Accounting Association, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, Northeast Business and Economics Association

Presentations:

Served as session chairs, moderators, and discussants numerous times in many conferences.

 

Ethics–Comparing Confucius and Ethical Egoism, (Poughkeepsie, NY, March 22, 2017). Live workshop in the Spring 2017 SOM Ethics Week.

Ethics–Comparing Confucius and Ethical Egoism, (Poughkeepsie, NY, March 20, 2017). Live workshop in the Spring 2017 SOM Ethics Week.

How To Give An Impressive Oral Presentation, (Puerto Montt, Chile, January 4-7, 2017). Live workshop in the 2017 International Business and Economy Conference.

Ethics–Comparing Confucius and Aristotle, (Poughkeepsie, NY, November 30, 2016).  Live workshop in the Fall 2016 SOM Ethics Week.

Results of a Pilot Study: Using the Qualitative Assessment Option for Determining Goodwill Impairment by the Dow 30 Companies, (West Point, New York, USA, November 10-12, 2016).  Live presentation with Dr. Nathan Slavin in the 2016 Northeast Business & Economics Association Annual Conference.

Interpretation and Application of the Ethical Standards, (Poughkeepsie, NY, March 7-11, 2016).  Live workshop in the Spring 2016 SOM Ethics Week.

Cash is King: An Easy way to Understand Debits and Credits, (Nürtingen, Germany, January 6-9, 2016).  Live workshop in the 2016 International Business and Economy Conference.

The Effectiveness of the Cash is King Method: An Easy Way to Understand Debits and Credits, (Jamaica, New York, USA, November 5-7, 2015).  Live presentation with Dr. Nathan Slavin in the 2015 Northeast Business & Economics Association Annual Conference.

Ethics–the East Meets the West, (Poughkeepsie, NY, November 16-20, 2015).  Live workshop in the Fall 2015 SOM Ethics Week.

Retrieving Financial Information in XBRL on The Next-Generation Edgar With Excel 2013, (Bangkok, Thailand, January 5-8, 2015).  Live workshop in the 2015 International Business and Economy Conference.

Why Ethics First? (Poughkeepsie, NY, November 17-21, 2014).  Live workshop in the Fall 2014 SOM Ethics Week.

Cash is King: An Easy way to Understand Debits and Credits, (West Long Branch, New Jersey, USA, November 6-8, 2014).  Live presentation with Dr. Nathan Slavin in the 2014 Northeast Business & Economics Association Annual Conference.

How to Retrieve and Use Data on The Next-Generation Edgar, (Atlanta, USA, August 2-6, 2014).  Live half-day workshop in the 2014 American Accounting Association Annual Conference.

XBRL Compliance: an Update and Call for Additional Research, (Philadelphia, USA, March 27-29, 2014).  Live presentation with Dr. Nathan Slavin in the 2014 Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference.

The Chinese Dream Cannot Be Realized Until We Become A More Ethical People, (Tianjin, China, January 9-12, 2014).  Live presentation in the 2014 International Business and Economy Conference.

Hard Rules and Soft Rules for XBRL, (Tianjin, China, January 9-12, 2014).  Live presentation in the 2014 International Business and Economy Conference.

How to Give an Impressive Presentation, (Bangkok, Thailand, May 20-21, 2013).  Live keynote address/workshop in the 2013 GSTF Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance.

Why Logistic Regression Analyses Are More Reliable Than Multiple Regression Analyses, (Bangkok, Thailand, May 20-21, 2013).  Live keynote address/workshop in the 2013 GSTF Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance.

Retrieving Financial Information in XBRL on The Next-Generation Edgar, (Parsippany, NJ, Apr. 20, 2013).  Live presentation in the 2013 American Accounting Association Annual Mid-Atlantic Conference.

XBRL for Financial Reporting Will Improve Stock Market Efficiency, (Singapore, May 23, 2011).  Live keynote address in the 2011 GSTF Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance.

A Discussion on U.S.  XBRL Conversion Progress and Critical Database Concepts For XBRL Implementation, (Montclair State University, NJ, January 20, 2011).  Live presentation in a Brown Bag Research session at Montclair State University.

Critical Database Concepts For XBRL, (Guadalajara, Mexico, January 6-January 9, 2011).  Live presentation in an Accounting and Financial Reporting session at the 2011 International Business and Economy Conference.

A Report on U.S.  XBRL Conversion Progress, (Morristown, NJ, September 30-October 2, 2010).  Live presentation in a ΟΔΕ session at the 2010 Northeast Business and Economics Association Annual Conference.

Accountants Can Master XBRL, (Baltimore, June 5-June 9, 2010).  Live presentation in an Academic Roundtable session at the 2010 IMA Annual Conference.

XBRL Financial Reporting And Its Effect On Stock Market Efficiency, (Prague, Czech Republic, January 5- January 9, 2010).  Live presentation in an IT session at the 2010 International Business and Economy Conference.

How CPAs Can Master XBRL, (New York, November 20, 2008).  Live and Web-accessible CPE presentation for the Business Valuation committee and the Information Technology Committee of the New York State Society of CPAs.