Centre for China Business Research
We undertake high quality research relating to accounting, finance and business issues in China.
The Centre for China Business Research aims to be an internationally known centre for China-related accounting, finance and business research.
The Centre undertakes high-quality research relating to accounting, finance, economics and business issues in China.
- Wang, C. et al. 2021. Shadow banking activity and entrusted loans in a DSGE model of China. Manchester School 89 (5), pp.445-469. (10.1111/manc.12319)
- Zhou, B. , Zhang, Y. and Zhou, P. 2021. Multilateral political effects on outbound tourism. Annals of Tourism Research 88 103184. (10.1016/j.annals.2021.103184)
- Foreman-Peck, J. and Zhou, P. 2020. Fertility versus productivity: a model of growth with evolutionary equilibria. Journal of Population Economics 34 , pp.1073-1104. (10.1007/s00148-020-00813-2)
- Huang, J. , Matthews, K. and Zhou, P. 2020. What causes Chinese listed firms to switch bank loan provider? Evidence from a survival analysis. Emerging Markets Review 43 100678. (10.1016/j.ememar.2020.100678)
- Fang, Y. et al., 2019. Foreign ownership, bank information environments, and the international mobility of corporate governance. Journal of International Business Studies 50 (9), pp.1566-1593. (10.1057/s41267-019-00240-w)
- Okumura, N. et al., 2017. Sustained activation of the unfolded protein response induces cell death in Fuchs' endothelial corneal dystrophy. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 58 (9), pp.3697-3707. (10.1167/iovs.16-21023)
- ap Gwilym, O. et al., 2016. In search of concepts: the effects of speculative demand on stock returns. European Financial Management 22 (3), pp.427-449. (10.1111/eufm.12067)
- Ezzamel, M. and Xiao, J. Z. 2015. The development of accounting regulations for foreign invested firms in China: The role of Chinese characteristics. Accounting, Organizations and Society 44 , pp.60-84. (10.1016/j.aos.2015.05.005)
- Chen, D. et al., 2014. The effect of government quality on corporate cash holdings. Journal of Corporate Finance 27 , pp.384-400. (10.1016/j.jcorpfin.2014.05.008)
- Matthews, K. G. P. 2013. Risk Management and managerial efficiency in Chinese banks: A network DEA framework. Omega 41 (2), pp.207-215. (10.1016/j.omega.2012.06.003)
- Asmild, M. and Matthews, K. G. P. 2012. Multi-directional efficiency analysis of efficiency patterns in Chinese banks 1997-2008. European Journal of Operational Research 219 (2), pp.434-441. (10.1016/j.ejor.2012.01.001)
- Li, P. et al., 2012. Is there an expectations gap in the roles of independent directors? An explorative study of listed Chinese companies. British Journal of Management 23 (2), pp.206-222. (10.1111/j.1467-8551.2010.00727.x)
- Chen, J. , Ezzamel, M. and Cai, Z. 2011. Managerial power theory, tournament theory, and executive pay in China. Journal of Corporate Finance 17 (4), pp.1176-1199.
- Ezzamel, M. , Xiao, J. Z. and Pan, A. 2007. Political Ideology and Accounting Regulation in China. Accounting Organizations and Society 32 (7-8), pp.669-700. (10.1016/j.aos.2006.09.008)
- Xiao, J. Z. , Chow, C. and Yang, H. 2004. The determinants and characteristics of voluntary Internet-based disclosures by listed Chinese companies. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 23 (3), pp.191-225. (10.1016/j.jaccpubpol.2004.04.002)
- Child, J. , Chung, L. and Davies, H. 2003. The performance of cross-border units in China: a test of natural selection, strategic choice and contingency theories. Journal of International Business Studies 34 (3), pp.242-254. (10.1057/palgrave.jibs.8400033)
- Xiao, J. Z. , Zhang, Y. and Xie, Z. 2000. The Making of Independent Auditing Standards in China. Accounting Horizons 14 (1), pp.69-89. (10.2308/acch.2000.14.1.69)
Lecturer in International Business and Management
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Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organizational Behaviour
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Lecturer in Logistics and Operations Management
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Professor of Organisational Analysis
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Sir Julian Hodge Professor of Banking and Finance
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Senior Lecturer and Academic Lead for International Exchange (Programme Director)
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Lecturer in Accounting and Finance
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Lecturer in Logistics and Operations Management
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Tri-University Annual Conference:
Towards a post-pandemic sustainable World
7-8 October 2021
Call for papers and proposals
The Tri-university annual conference is a joint initiative of Cardiff Business School, Newcastle University Business School and School of Management of Xiamen University since 2015. The conference will be hosted by Cardiff Business School and will take place virtually on 7-8 October 2021.
The objective of this conference is to provide a platform for research collaboration and strengthen interactions between the three participating institutions. In addition to the presentation and discussion of research papers and projects, we will also explore further cooperation in teaching, learning, and administrative training in the future.
The theme of the conference is “towards a post-pandemic sustainable world”. This reflects the global challenges that our society is currently facing, including the pandemic, climate changes, disruptive technology innovation (e.g., blockchain and AI), national and global economic inequality. Meeting these challenges requires both continued national efforts and international collaborations on sustainable development.
While we welcome submissions related to the conference theme, we also seek papers from other areas of research from accounting, economics, finance, business, logistics and operations research, management, marketing, strategy, and tourism. In addition to regular sessions, we will also have dedicated PhD sessions. Therefore, we encourage PhD students to submit their research papers.
Please note that we only accept manuscripts in English.
Professor Bohui Zhang (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen)
- Participants of the conference this year have the opportunity to organise their own contributed session. Organisers of a contributed session must submit a proposal with
the session title and abstract (max 200 words)
- a list of presenters (ideally from more than one of the three universities)
- the tentative title of each paper
- the name and affiliation of the session chair and the discussants
Colleagues who are interested in organising a contributed session can contact the conference organisers if they need help to find presenters, discussants and the session chair.
- Submission deadline for papers and session proposals: 31 August 2021
- Notification of acceptance: 15 September 2021
- Conference dates: 7-8 October 2021
To submit, please send your paper to Executive-Education@cardiff.ac.uk (please add 'Cardiff-Newcastle-Xiamen conference' to the subject panel in your email submission).
For any further information, please contact Ms Beverly Francis at Executive-Education@cardiff.ac.uk.
- Professor Rachel Ashworth (Dean, Cardiff Business School)
- Professor Giorgio Fazio (Director of Internationalisation (Research), Newcastle University Business School)
- Professor Jianfa Li (Dean, Xiamen University School of Management)
- Professor Sharon Mavin ( Director of Newcastle University Business School)
- Professor Natasha Mauthner (Director of research, Newcastle University Business School)
- Professor Jonathan Morris (Associate Dean for Research, Cardiff Business School)
- Professor Chaopeng Wu (Associate Dean for Research Xiamen University School of Management)
- Professor Jason Xiao (Head of Department of Accounting and Information Management, University of Macau)
- Professor Lisheng Yu (Associate Dean for Research Xiamen University School of Management)
- Ms Beverly Francis (Conference and Events Officer, Cardiff Business School)
- Dr Qingwei Wang (Cardiff Business School)
- Dr Doris Xin (Newcastle University)
- Dr Tina Yue Xu (Cardiff Business School)
- Professor Bo Zhou (Xiamen University School of Management)
- Dr Peng Zhou (Cardiff Business School)
Abacus Special Issue Conference on ‘Accounting, Auditing and Corporate Governance in China’
6-7 June 2020, Beijing, China
For more information, please download the Call for Papers and Participants.
Accounting Forum Special Issue on Contemporary Accounting Developments in China
2-3 November 2019, Nanjing, China
For more information, please download the Call for Papers.
Cardiff-Newcastle-Xiamen Universities Business and Management Conference and Centre for China Business Research Symposium
3-7 October 2019, Cardiff
- 3 October: Registration and introduction to Cardiff University and the City of Cardiff (including Welsh Assembly visit)
- 4 October: Conference sessions
- 5-6 October: Company visits
- 7 October: Further conference sessions
Accounting and Business Research Special Issue Conference on Auditing in China
8-9 December 2018
Guest editors: Wu, Liansheng and Xiao, Jason Zezhong.
Centre for China Business Research Symposium
24 May 2018
With keynote speaker T. J. Wong from University of Southern California, former Editor of the Accounting Review and current Associate Editor of Management Science.
Centre for China Business Research Symposium
5 July 2017
With keynote speakers Edward Lee from Manchester University and Weiguo Zhang from the International Accounting Standards Board.
CCBR seminar series 2016-2017
June 27-28 2016
- Dr Yaqin Liu, Shanghai Lixin University of Accounting and Finance
- Dr Miranda Huiqun Feng, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics
- Professor TongMu, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
- Professor Liansheng Wu, Peking University