Professor Chan has teaching experience at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and international work experience in the banking industry in Hong Kong. Her PhD dissertation, entitled "International Transfer Pricing: A Comparison of Two Models," examined various managerial, financial, and international aspects of transfer pricing in multinational corporations. Prof. Chan's ongoing research interests focus on various international accounting-related issues including tax rates, exchange rates and government regulations. Prof. Chan is especially interested in how these factors affect accounting information, particularly as that information may appear in financial statements and thereby affect decision making regarding transfer pricing.
Recent journal articles have been published in the Journal of Business & Economics Research, The Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, The Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, The Quality Management Forum, The Hong Kong Accountant, and The International Federation of Accountants (IFAC).
Financial accounting, management accounting, international accounting, and financial statement analysis.
PhD, Accounting, Flinders University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia; MS, Accounting, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia; BBA with honors, University of Hawaii at Hilo, Hawaii, USA; CPA (State of Colorado)
"Effects of Exchange Rates on International Transfer Pricing Decisions"
"Tax Rates, Incentives and Transfer Pricing Choice"
"International Transfer Pricing: A Comparison of Two Models"
"Doing Business with the Peoples' Republic of China: How to Steer Clear of Dangerous Legal Pitfalls"
"The Changing Role of Management Accountants in a Customer-Focused, Quality-Driven and Value-Added World"