Ph.D. in Accounting, Georgia Institute of Technology, August 2018
Master of Arts in Economics, University of South Carolina, August 2012
Bachelor of Business Administration in Accountancy, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, May 2010
Di Commenced as a Lecturer at the School of Accounting in August 2018. Prior to her appointment at UNSW, Di taught financial accounting and managerial accounting at Georgia Institute of Technology. Di’s research interests relate to the impacts of management control systems on employee behaviour and organizational efficiency.
"The Effect of Prevalence Induced Concept Change on the Judgment of Audit Regulators", with Greg Richins and Ken Trotman, AFAANZ Research Grant 2020
Outstanding Manuscript Award at the 2017 Accounting, Behavior and Organizations Research Conference