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XUE Yunkui

Phone:010-85188858*3331
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Office Hours:by appointment-schedule by email 

 

 

Professor of Accounting

 

Ph.D., Southwest University

 

Research Areas: Accounting Theory, Accounting Rules, Accounting Information Systems

 

 


 

Introduction

Xue is a professor of accounting at CKGSB. He received his Ph.D. from Southwest University and his post-doctorate from the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.

 

Prior to joining CKGSB, Xue was the founding associate dean and an accounting professor at Shanghai National Accounting Institute. Earlier, he served as associate dean of the college of accounting at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics and general secretary for the Chinese Accounting Professors Association.

 

During his academic career, he has won many awards for outstanding performance both in teaching and research. Dr. Xue serves as an editor and advisor for several academic journals, and an independent board director for several public companies in Hong Kong and mainland China.

 

Achievements

Xue is the editor and advisor for several academic journals.  He also serves as an independent board director for several companies listed in Hong Kong and mainland China.

 

 

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Publications

  1.  "Share-Trading, Capital Misappropriation and the Cash Dividend Policy of Publicly Listed Companies", with Huang, Z. and Ma, S., Accounting Studies, September 2005.
  2.  "Analysis on Strategy Implementation Status and the Decisive Factors of Implementation of China’s Enterprises", with Qi, D. and Wei, H., Management World, September 2005.
  3. "Studies on Information Disclosure toward Intangible Asset and Its Value Relevance", with Wang, Z.,Accounting Studies, November 2001.
  4. "The Importance of R&D and Improvements on Its Information Disclosure", with Wang, Z., Accounting Studies, March 2001.
  5.  "Financing and Accounting in the Network Era: Management Integration and Accounting Channel",Accounting Studies, November 1999.
  6. "10 Tendencies of Financial Accounting Development", Accounting Studies, March 1999.