Washburn Shops, 306
Accounting is often said to be the language of business
Huong N. Higgins
- Professor, School of Business
My courses aim to develop expertise in financial decision-making by focusing on frequently used financial accounting information and the conceptual framework for managing financial problems. Students are introduced to the accounting and financial concepts, and principles and methods for preparing, analyzing and evaluating financial information. The overall objectives are to manage financial resources of a business enterprise and to make investment decisions.
- B.A., University of Saigon, Vietnam
- M.P.A., Georgia State University
- Ph.D., Georgia State University
- Higgins, Huong. 2013. "Conflicts of Interest between Banks and Firms: Evidence from Japanese Mergers". Accepted and Forthcoming in Pacific-Basin Finance Journal.
- Higgins, Huong. 2012. "Can Securities Analysts Forecast Intangible Firms’ Earnings?" Forthcoming in International Journal of Forecasting.
- Huong N. Higgins. "Do Stock for Stock Merger Acquirers Manage Earnings: Evidence from Japan". Forthcoming in Journal of Accounting and Public Policy.
- Huong N. Higgins. 2011. "Forecasting Stock Price with the Residual Income Model." Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting: Volume 36, Issue 4 (2011), Page 583. Online First 22 June, 2010.
- Higgins, Huong. 2011. "Using Quarterly Earnings to Predict Stock Price". Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting, Volume 9(2011), pp.1-29.
- Huong N. Higgins and Balgobin Nandram. 2009. "Monetary Unit Sampling: Improving Estimation of the Total Audit Error." Advances in Accounting, Volume 25, Issue 2, December 2009, Pages 174-182.
- Huong Higgins. 2009. "The Performance of Merger Acquirers: Evidence from Japan's Banking Crisis in the 1990s" Working Paper.