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Wang Jiwei

Professor, Singapore Management University
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Wang Jiwei is a professor of accounting at Singapore Management University. He graduated with honors from Xi’an Jiaotong University with a bachelor’s degree in economics and obtained his PhD in accounting from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He has many years of industry and academia experience in auditing, corporate reporting, financial statements analysis, and equity valuation. Dr Wang has been doing practical research on Chinese accounting standards and securities regulation. He has published research papers in prestigious international journals and serves on the editorial board of the Singapore Accountant. His research has also been profiled in the Financial Times and the Straits Times.


Articles by this Author

  • Costs and Benefits of Accounting-Based Regulation in Emerging Capital Markets
    by Wang Jiwei
    One of the most controversial debates in economic policy is: Should governments intervene in or regulate capital markets? Pure free-marketeers believe that the “invisible hand” can correct all market failures. However, advocates of intervention characterize the regulation process as one in which government intervention corrects market failures and maximizes social welfare. In the case of regulating stock issuance after initial public offerings...

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