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Qian Song, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Office Location: LOW-3338

Office Phone: 585-475-6547

Fax: 585-475-5989

Email:
qsong@saunders.rit.edu

Accounting
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Office Hours & Staff Assistant Information


Staff Assistant: Andrea Yancone
Staff Assistant Phone: 585-475-6063
Education
  • Ph.D. in from Washington State University, 2011
Experience
  • Instructor | Washington State University | 2009-2011
Memberships
  • AAA Information Systems
  • American Accounting Association
Research

Journal Articles

  • Chan, S., Song, Q., Sarker, S., & Plumlee, R. (2017). Decision support system (DSS) use and decision performance: DSS motivation and its antecedents. Information and Management .
  • Song, Q., Chan, S., & Wright, A. (2016). The efficacy of a decision support system in enhancing risk assessment performance. Decision Sciences Journal .
  • Chan, S., Song, Q., Rivera, L., & Trongmateerut, P. (2016). Using an educational computer program to enhance student performance in financial accounting. Journal of Accounting Education .
  • Chan, S., Song, Q., Wright, A., & Wright, S. (2015). The effects of mianzi and professional relationship guanxi on auditor fraud detection. Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, 7 (2), 224-261.
  • Chan, S., Song, Q., & Yao, L. (2015). The moderating roles of subjective (perceived) and objective task complexity in system use and performance. Computers in Human Behavior , 393-402.
  • Chan, S., Song, Q., & Yao, L. (2011). Factors influencing responsibility attribution in audit failure litigation. Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, 3 (2), 76-106.

Book Chapters

  • Chan, S., & Song, Q. (2010). Motivational framework: Insights into decision support system use and decision performance. Decision Support Systems (pp. ). Decision Support Systems.

Presentations

  • Chan, S., & Song, Q. (2015). Insight into the underlying mechanisms influencing tax reporting behavior. International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference.
  • Chan, S., & Song, Q. (2015). The responsibility attribution process in an audit failure. International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference.
  • Chan, S., & Song, Q. (2012). Responsibility attribution: Determinants of perceived control over a misstatement and the effects of justification for the misstatement. 2012 AAA Conference in Washington, D.C..
  • Chan, S., & Song, Q. (2010). The paradoxical effects of ambiguity tolerance/intolerance and Machiavellianism on tax reporting behavior. 2008-2012 Annul Meetings of American Accounting Association.
  • Chan, S., & Song, Q. (2009). Tax compliance: The intriguing effects of individual differences factors.. 2008-2012 Annul Meetings of American Accounting Association.

Research Grant


  • 2014: Song, Q., Saunders Faculty Scholarship Grant.

  • 2014: Song, Q., Faculty Evaluation and Development Grant.

  • 2013: Song, Q., Faculty Evaluation and Development Grant.