Dr.  LIU Junxia, Julia 劉軍霞博士
Dr LIU Junxia, Julia (劉軍霞博士)
PhD (Peking University)
CPA (Non-practicing member, Chinese Institute of CPAs)
CPA (Associate member, American Institute of CPAs)

Assistant Professor
Department of Accountancy

Tel : (852) 3963 5270


Dr Liu joined Hang Seng Management College as an Assistant Professor in Accountancy in August 2013. Prior to joining the College, she worked in the Department of Accountancy at City University of Hong Kong for seven years, teaching accounting and taxation courses at the undergraduate’s and master's levels. She obtained her PhD degree in accounting from Peking University. She holds the CPA certificates of CICPA (Beijing, China) and AICPA (Illinois, USA). Her research interests are in financial disclosure, capital markets, and corporate governance. Her publications appear in various senior journals such as Management World, Economic Research Journal, Audit Research, China Accounting Review, and Economic Science. Her teaching interests cover financial accounting, managerial accounting, and taxation.


Research InterestsTeaching InterestsPublicationsAwards
TopResearch Interests
  • Financial reporting, corporate governance, capital markets

TopTeaching Interests
  • Financial accounting
  • Managerial accounting
  • HK taxation & China taxation

TopPublications
  • Zhao, L., Li, Z., & Liu, J. (2013). Management preferences, optimistic investment recommendation and obtaining private information. Management World, Issue 4, 33-47.
  • Xu, H., & Liu, J. (2009). Insider ownership and corporate capital expenditure: Evidence from Chinese listed companies. Economic Science, Issue 5, 64-75.
  • Xu, H., & Liu, J. (2007). Selection and empirical test of corporate capital expenditure models in China. China Accounting Review, Issue 10, 315-326.
  • Wang, L., & Liu, J. (2004). A-H share: Dual reporting and related. Beijing, China: Peking University Press. (ISBN: 7301075766).
  • Wang, L., & Liu, J. (2003). Accounting rules and the bias in execution: Evidence from dual reporting differences by the Chinese A-H share companies. Economic Research Journal, Issue 11, 73-78.
  • Wang, L., & Liu, J. (2003). A-H share dual reporting differences and characteristics of corporate governance.China Securities Studies, Issue 1, 20-35.
  • Wang, L., Wang, J., & Liu, J. (2002). Dual-track internal control system and corporate financial information quality: A case study on the effectiveness of supervisory board and independent directors. Audit Research, Issue 6, 34-39.
  • Wang, L., Feng, Z., & Liu, J. (2002). The value relevance of dual reporting accounting information by the Chinese A-H share companies. Economic Science, Issue 6, 75-83.
  • Wang, L., Xu, H., & Liu, J. (2001). Chinese translation. Accounting: Text and case (10th ed.) (Anthony, R.N., Hawkins, D.F., & Merchant, K.A.). Beijing, China: Machine Press. (ISBN: 9787111073048).
  • Liu, J., & Zhang, Y. (2000). Chinese translation. Portfolio selection: Efficient diversification of investments(Markowitz, H.M.). Beijing, China: Capital University of Economics and Business Press. (ISBN: 9787563808359).

TopAwards
  • College of Business, City University of Hong Kong, September 2009: BBA First Year Teaching Excellence Award 2008/09 (a member of the AC Teaching Team)
  • The Ministry of Finance, China, November 2003: Best PhD Dissertation Award, Professor Yang Jiwan Memorial Accounting Scholarship
  • Beijing Municipal Education Commission, China, July 1997: Outstanding University Graduate Award