Carnegie Mellon University

Yucheng Liang

Yucheng Liang

Assistant Professor of Accounting

  • TEP - Tepper Building - Room 4141
  • 412-268-2909
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213


Dr. Yucheng Liang studies behavioral economics and its applications in finance and management. His current research focuses on uncertainty and information. Dr. Liang was a research affiliate at the briq Institute at Bonn, Germany prior to joining Tepper.


  • Stanford Graduate School of Business - Ph D (Economics) - 2020
  • Peking University - BA (Economics) - 2015
  • Peking University - BS (Applied Mathematics) - 2015


Behavioral economics, Experimental economics, Personnel economics/Managerial accounting


Working Papers

  • Belief Updating: Inference versus Forecast Revision

    (author(s): Tony Q. Fan, Yucheng Liang, Cameron Peng)

  • Learning from Unknown Information Sources

    (author(s): Yucheng Liang)

  • Social Comparison and the Value of Performance Trajectory Information: A Field Experiment in the Workplace

    (author(s): Hugh Xiaolong Wu, Yucheng Liang, Shannon Liu)

  • Information-Dependent Expected Utility

    (author(s): Yucheng Liang)