Shelley Xin Li

Assistant Professor of Accounting
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DBA, Harvard University

Shelley Xin Li received her Doctoral degree in Business Administration (Accounting and Management) from the Harvard Business School in May 2016. She joined the Leventhal School of Accounting as an assistant professor of accounting in June 2016. Shelley examines the role of management control and corporate governance mechanisms in driving innovation and long-term performance. She analyzes archival data and employs field experiments in her research. Her dissertation examines the problem of motivating innovation in a multi-tasking environment and finds that under certain conditions reduced time pressure on execution tasks is associated with more employee-initiated innovation. Shelley's research has already been published in the Accounting Review. She has won the AAA/Grant Thornton Doctoral Dissertation Award.
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Shelley Li () "Boss, Cut Me Some Slack: Control and Innovation in a Multitasking Environment ,".
Shelley Li, Tatiana Sandino () "Effects of an Information Sharing System on Employee Creativity, Engagement, and Performance ,"  Journal of Accounting Research.
Shelley Li, George Serafeim, Ioannis Ioannou () "The Effect of Target Difficulty and Incentives on Target Completion: The Case of Reducing Carbon Emissions ,"  The Accounting Review  91, 1467-1492.