Zenghui Liu is an Associate Professor of Accounting at Western Washington University. He earned his Ph.D. in Business Administration from Drexel University. Zenghui's research interests range from lexical properties of financial disclosure, auditor selection, to audit pricing. His dissertation examines the impact of disclosure tone on auditing fees. Zenghui has published in several peer-reviewed journals and presented in national conferences. He is also an active reviewer for journals and conferences. Zenghui has taught introduction level financial accounting (Acct 240), managerial accounting (Acct 245), auditing I (Acct 461), auditing II (Acct 462), forensic accounting (Acct 466), and MPAcc research seminar on FASB codification (MPAcc 595) at Western.