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Ding, Shujun

Ding, Shujun

Professeur titulaire
Boursier d`excellence Telfer
B.A. (Renmin University of China), M.A. (Renmin University of China), Ph.D. (U of Calgary)
Pièce
DMS 7115
Téléphone
613-562-5800 poste 4688
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Notice biographique

Professeur Shujun Ding possède un baccalauréat en science économique et une maîtrise en comptabilité de la Renmin University of China. Il détient également un doctorat en comptabilité de la Haskayne School of Business à l'Université de Calgary depuis 2007. Avant de se joindre à l'École de gestion Telfer en juillet 2011, il était professeur adjoint à York University (Toronto, Canada).

Domaines d'enseignement et intérêts de recherche

Professeur Ding enseigne en gestion et en comptabilité financière. Ses principaux intérêts de recherche sont : jugement et prise de décision dans des contextes comptables, gouvernance d'entreprise et enjeux concernant la comptabilité et la finance des petites entreprises. Ses travaux récents ont été publiés dans des revues scientifiques à comité de lecture, dont le Journal of Accounting Research, le Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance et le Journal of Business Ethics.

Domaines de recherche
  • Comptabilité

Publications au cours des 7 dernières années

Chapitres de livres

  • Ding, S., Jia, L., Li, Y.T. and Wu, Z. Institutional Shareholders and Executive Compensation: An Ethical View. In Cressy, R., Cumming D. and Mallin, C.. Entrepreneurship, Finance, Governance and Ethics (Advances in Business Ethics Research). Boston, MA, USA : Springer, 2013.

Articles publiés dans des revues avec comité de lecture

  • Ding, S., Jia, C., Wu, Z. and Yuan, W. 2017. Limited Attention by Lenders and Small Business Debt Financing: Advertising as Attention Grabber. International Review of Financial Analysis, 49(January): 69-82.
  • Ni, N., Chen, Q., Ding, S. and Wu, Z. 2017. Professionalization and Cost Efficiency of Fundraising in Charitable Organizations: The Case of Charitable Foundations in China. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 28(2): 773-797.
  • Cui, V., Ding, S., Liu, M. and Wu, Z. 2017. Revisiting the Effect of Family Involvement on Corporate Social Responsibility: A Behavioral Agency Perspective. Journal of Business Ethics.
  • Ding, S., Jia, C., Wu, Z. and Yuan, W. 2016. Environmental Management Under Subnational Institutional Constraints. Journal of Business Ethics, 134(4): 631-648.
  • Ding, S., Jia, C. and Wu, Z. 2016. Mutual Fund Activism and Market Regulation during the Pre-IFRS Period: The Case of Earnings Informativeness in China from an Ethical Perspective. Journal of Business Ethics, 138(4): 765-785.
  • Wu, Z., Ding, S., Li, Y.T. and Jia, C. 2016. A Separate Monitoring Organ and Disclosure of Firm-Specific Information. The European Journal of Finance, 22(4-6): 371-392.
  • De Massis, A., Ding, S., Kotlar, J. and Wu, Z. 2016. The Effect of Family Involvement on R&D Expenses: The Case of Property Rights Protection in China. The European Journal of Finance.
  • Ding, S., Qu, B. and Wu, Z. 2016. Family Control, Socioemotional Wealth, and Governance Environment: The Case of Bribes. Journal of Business Ethics, 136(3): 639-654.
  • McWatters, C.S., Chen, Q., Ding, S., Hou, W. and Wu, Z. 2016. Family Business Development in Mainland China from 1872 to 1949. Business History, 58(3): 408-432.
  • Ding, S., Liu, M. and Wu, Z. 2016. Financial Reporting Quality and External Debt Financing Constraints: The Case of Privately Held Firms. Abacus, 52(3): 351-373.
  • Chen, Q., Ding, S., Wu, Z. and Yang, F. 2016. Family Control, International Accounting Standards, and Access to Foreign Banks: Evidence from International Entrepreneurial Firms. Journal of Small Business Management, 54(2): 598-621.
  • Ding, S., Jia, C., Wilson, C. and Wu, Z. 2015. Political Connections and Agency Conflicts: The Roles of Owner and Manager Political Influence on Executive Compensation. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 45(2): 407-434.
  • Ding, S., Jia, C., Qu, B. and Wu, Z. 2015. Corporate Risk-Taking: Exploring the Effects of Government Affiliation and Executives' Incentives. Journal of Business Research, 68(6): 1196-1204.
  • Chen, Q., Ding, S., Jia, C. and Wu, Z. 2015. What Happens When Firms Break Promises? The Case of Information Credibility. The European Journal of Finance, 1-20.
  • Ding, S., Jia, C., Wu, Z. and Zhang, X. 2014. Executive Political Connections and Firm Performance: Comparative Evidence from Privately-Controlled and State-Owned Enterprises. International Review of Financial Analysis, 36: 153-167.
  • Chen, D., Ding, S. and Wu, Z. 2014. Effect of Foreign Ownership on Cost of Borrowing: Evidence from Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises in China. International Small Business Journal, 32(6): 693-715 .
  • Ding, S. and Wu, Z. 2014. Family Ownership and Corporate Misconduct in U.S. Small Firms. Journal of Business Ethics, 123(2): 183-195.
  • Beaulieu, P., Ding, S. and Qu, B. 2012. Compensation Disclosure in China. Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, 19(3): 252-277.
  • Ding, S., Qu, B. and Zhuang, Z. 2011. Accounting Properties of Chinese Family Firms. Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance, 26(4): 623-640.
  • Ding, S. and Beaulieu, P. 2011. The Role of Financial Incentives in Balanced Scorecard-Based Performance Evaluations: Correcting Mood Congruency Biases. Journal of Accounting Research, 49(5): 1223-1247.

Recherche subventionnée au cours des 7 dernières années

Recherche subventionnée au cours des 7 dernières années
De-À Source Titre * ** Rôle Montant
2013-2015 Fonds de recherche, École de gestion (SMRF) The Effects of International Financial Reporting Standards Adoption and Audit on Private Firms' Debt Financing R I PI $ 6,000
2013-2015 RDP The Effects of International Financial Reporting Standards Adoption and Audit on Private Firms' Debt Financing R I PI $ 6,000
2012-2014 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Political Ties and Cost Efficiency in Philanthropic Foundations R O PI $ 17,000
2010-2012 CRSH International Financial Reporting Standards and Shareholder Protection R G PI $ 51,512

* But = C: Contrat de recherche, E: Subvention d'équipement, R : Subvention de recherche, S : Fonds de soutien, P : Subvention pédagogique, O : Autre, U : Inconnu

**Genre = C : Conseils subventionnaires, G : Gouvernements, F : Fondations, I : Financement interne UO, O : Autre, U : Inconnu

Rôle: PI = Chercheur(e) principal(e), Co-I = Co-chercheur(e), Co-PI = Co-Chercheur(e) principal(e)

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