Sherry Li
Associate Professor Email: fanli@rider.edu
Phone Number: 609-896-7731
Department Name:
Accounting
Office Location:
Sweigart Hall 332

Faculty Office Hours

Mailing Address:
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Role: 
Faculty
Title: 
Associate Professor
Email: 
fanli@rider.edu
Phone Number: 
609-896-7731
Department Name: 
Accounting
Mailing Address: 
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Office Location: 
Sweigart Hall 332

Background Information

  • Ph.D.  University of Massachusetts,  Amherst, MA,  Accounting,  2007
  • B.E.  Tsinghua University,  Beijing, China,  Accounting,  2000
  • Dr. Li joined the Rider community in 2006.  She is a member of the Institute of Management Accountants, American Accounting Association, Certified General Accountants’ Association of Canada, Beta Alpha Psi Business Honors Fraternity, Beta Gamma Sigma International Honor Society recognizing Business Excellence, and is a recipient of four Summer Research Fellowships at Rider University.

Refereed Articles

  • Meric, I., Lentz, C., Li, S. F., & Meric, G. (2014).  A Comparison of the Financial Characteristics of Hong Kong and Singapore Manufacturing Firms.   Global Journal of Business Research.
  • Du, H., Li, S. F., & Xu, R. Z. (2014).  Adjustment of Valuation Inputs and Its Effect on Value Relevance of Fair Value Measurement.   Research in Accounting Regulation.
  • Li, S. F., Sun, F., & Wu, F. (2014).  Analyst Reactions to Expectations Management in the Post-Regulation Fair Disclosure Period.   International Journal of Business and Finance Research.
  • Sun, F., Wu, F., & Li, S. F. (2014).  CEO Inside Debt and Audit Fees.   International Journal of Auditing.
  • Gao, Z., Zhang, H., & Li, S. F. (2014).  Consumer Attitudes Toward Advertising In the Digital Age: A China-US Comparative Study.   Journal of Current Issues & Research in Advertising.
  • Li, S. F., Haywood-Sullivan, M. E., & Li, L. (2012).  The Mengniu Phenomenon A Study of One Chinese Firm's Differentiation Strategy.   Management Accounting Quarterly.
  • Li, S. F. & Persons, O. S. (2010).  Cultural Effects on Business Students' Ethical Decisions: Chinese vs. American Comparison.   Journal of Education for Business, 86 (1), 10-16.
  • Procaccino, J. D., Sanchez, M. H., & Li, S. F. (2010).  Identity Theft: How to Protect Yourself, and Your Clients.   Tennessee CPA Journal, 55 (3), 10-12.
  • Meric, I., Dunne, K., Li, S. F., & Meric, G. (2010).  Variety Enterprises Corporation: Capital Budgeting Decision.   Review of Business and Finance Studies, 1 (1), 15-25.
  • Li, S. F. (2010).  Determinants of Management's Preferences for an Earnings Threshold.   Review of Accounting and Finance.  
    Procaccino, J. D., Sanchez, M. H., & Li, S. F. (2010).  What to Do if you are a Victim of Identity Theft?   Tennessee CPA Journal, 10-11.

Recent Presentations of Refereed Papers
International

  • Li, S. F., Sun, F., & Wu, F. (2014). Analyst Reactions to Expectations Management in the Post-Regulation Fair Disclosure Period.   International Business and Finance Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Meric, I., Dunne, K., Li, S. F., & Meric, G. (2010). Variety Enterprises Corporation (VEC) Capital Budgeting Decision.   Global Conference on Business and Finance, Kona, Hawaii.

National

  • Du, H., Li, S. F. , & Xu, Z. R. (2012). Adjustment of Valuation Inputs and its Effect on Value Relevance of Fair Value Measurement.   American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Washington, District of Columbia.
  • Du, H., Li, S. F. , & Xu, R. Z. (2011). The Effect of FAS 157-4 on Value Relevance: Early Evidence.   American Accounting Association Annual Meeting Poster Session, Denver, Colorado.
  • Li, S. F. & Moore, E. A. (2011). Differences in Asset Impairment Accounting Under IFRS, US GAAP and Chinese GAAP: An Illustrative Example.   American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado.
  • Li, S. F. & Persons, O. (2009, August). Cultural Effects on Business Students' Ethical Decisions: Chinese vs. American Comparison.   American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, New York City, New York.

Honors/Awards
Awards 

  • 2014:  Global Conference on Business and Finance/Global Journal of Business Research Outstanding Research Award.
  • 2014:  Global Conference on Business and Finance/The International Journal of Business and Finance Research Outstanding Research Award.
  • 2013:  Lybrand Certificate of Merit. Institute of Management Accountants. Certificate of Merit for journal article Made in China: The Mengniu Phenomenon, A Study of One Chinese Firm's Differentiation Strategy, with Dr. M.E. Haywood-Sullivan
  • 2013:  Research Leave. Rider University.  Fall 2013
  • 2012:  Summer Research Fellowship. Rider University College of Business Administration.
  • 2011:  Summer Research Fellowship. Rider University College of Business Administration.
  • 2010:  Outstanding Research Award. Global Conference on Business and Finance.
  • 2010:  Summer Research Fellowship. Rider University College of Business Administration.
  • 2009:  Summer Research Fellowship. Rider University, College of Business Administration.
  • 2007:  Summer Research Fellowship and Reimbursement. Rider University, College of Business Administration.
  • 2006:  Graduate Excellence Scholarship. University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • 2005:  Teaching and Research Scholarship. University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • 2004:  Teaching and Research Scholarship. University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • 2003:  Teaching and Research Scholarship. University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • 2002:  Teaching and Research Scholarship. University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • 2001:  Teaching and Research Scholarship. University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • 1999:  Minority Student Scholarship. Tsinghua University, China.

Honors 

  • 2007:  Selected by a student as the 'Individual at Rider Who Has Influenced Him the Most. Rider University College of Business Administration