Shahid Khan

Khan, Shahid
Associate Professor, Accounting
Gaige, 320

Shahid Khan is associate professor of accounting at Penn State Berks. Khan's research interests include topics such as information content, earnings information, financial accounting standards, international financial reporting standards, information quality, and international capital movement.

He is a Certified Public Accountant from Illinois, U.S.

Journal Articles

Anderson, M., Khan, S., Mashruwala, R. & Yu, Z. (2023). Resource-Based Commitment to a Customer-Centered Strategy. Advances in Management Accounting, (Forthcoming).

Khan, S., Ghani, W., & Rashid, H. (2023). Impact of China’s Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) on International Institutional Investment: Winners and Losers among Pakistani Publicly Listed Firms. International Journal of Public Administration, (Forthcoming).

Lu, J., & Khan, S. (2022). Are sustainable firms more profitable during COVID-19? Recent global evidence of firms in developed and emerging economies. Asian Review of Accounting, (Forthcoming).

Khan, S., Anderson, M. C., Warsame, H., & Wright, M. E. (2021). Liquidity and IFRS Adoption in Canada. Journal of International Accounting Research, 20(2), 87-109.

Rashid, H., Warsame, H., & Khan, S. (2021). The Differential Impact of Democracy on Tax Revenues in Developing and Developed Countries. International Journal of Public Administration, 44(8), 623-635.

Khan, S., Abdou, K. and Ghosh, S. (2020), "Mandatory adoption of IFRS and its effect on international stock listings in Canada", Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, 28(3), pp. 409-429.

Khan, S., Anderson, M., Warsame, H., & Wright, M. (2019). Has Adoption of IFRS Increased Non– North American Institutional Investment in the Canadian Stock Markets? Accounting Perspectives, 18(2), 71-93.

Khan, S., Anderson, M., Warsame, H., & Wright, M. (2015). Do IFRS-Based Earnings Announcements Have More Information Content than Canadian GAAP-Based Earnings Announcements? Accounting Perspectives, 14(3), 276-302.

PhD Accounting, Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary

MBA, Lazaridis School of Business & Economics, Wilfrid Laurier University

BAS, York University