Na Liu joined CUHKSZ, School of Management and Economics, in July of 2017 as assistant professor of accounting. She obtained a Bachelor of Science (Quantitative Finance Specialization) degree from National University of Singapore and a Ph.D in Accounting from Nanyang Technological University. Her primary research interests are the development of emerging markets, regulatory reforms, and corporate governance.
• The effect of anti-corruption campaign on shareholder value in a weak institutional environment: Evidence from China, with Bin Ke and Song Tang. Revise and Resubmit at the Journal of Accounting and Economics.
• Does allowing publicly listed firms to adopt equity-based compensation increase shareholder value? Evidence from China, with Yanyan Chen and Bin Ke. Revise and Resubmit at the Accounting Review.
• Does the criminalization of independent directors' breaches of fiduciary duties increase shareholder value? Evidence from Singapore.
MIT Asia Conference in Accounting, Xiamen, China 2016
Asian Bureau of Finance and Economic Research Annual Conference, Singapore 2016
Conference on Quantitative Empirical Research on Management Accounting, Shanghai, China 2016