Ling Lei Lisic joined the accounting faculty at George Mason University after receiving her PhD from the University of Connecticut in 2008. Her research interests focus on archival tests of economic theories of financial accounting and auditing. Her research has appeared (or been accepted for publication) in leading academic journals such as Journal of Accounting and Economics, Production and Operations Management, and Contemporary Accounting Research. She has won an Outstanding Research and Publication Award from the School of Business at George Mason University. She has served as a guest editor for Journal of Business Research and an ad hoc reviewer for journals such as Contemporary Accounting Research. She is serving on the American Accounting Association Auditing Section Research Committee.
Her teaching interests are in auditing, financial accounting and managerial accounting, at both graduate and undergraduate levels. She has taught Introductory Financial Accounting, Intermediate Financial Accounting I, and Introductory Managerial Accounting to undergraduate students and Introductory Financial Accounting to MBA students.