Dr Catherine Huirong Chen
Dr. Catherine H. Chen (PhD, MBA, BSc (Hons)) is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance Department, Programme Leader of MSc Investment and Finance. She has taught various courses at the levels of both postgraduate andundergraduate, such as Corporate Governance, International Risk Management/International Markets,Managerial Finance,Financial Managementand Introduction to Accounting.
Her research interestlies incorporate governance, market efficiency, behavioral discounting and topics on accounting and finance in China, She has published in such journals as Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of European Operational Research, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, International Business Review, and Judgment and Decision Making.Business Review, and Judgment and Decision Making. She has alsosuccessfully attracted several research grants andcontributed to a book chapter and severalconference papers.
Ph.D, Accounting and Finance, Cardiff University Business School (CARBS), 2003-2006
MBA (with Distinction), Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University, 2002-2003
Diploma in Social Science Research Methods (with Distinction), Cardiff University, 2003-2004
PGCert in Higher Education Certificate, Middlesex University, 2007-2008
BSc in International Finance (Hons), University of International Business & Economics, Beijing, China, 1995-1999
Market efficiency/Calendar effects of the stock markets
Financial scandals and otheraccounting and finance issues in China
Corporate governance and accountability
International Financial Markets
Managerial Finance/ Management Accounting
Introduction to Accounting
Doyle, J. R. and Chen, C. H., 2013, Patterns in stock market movements tested as random number generators, European Journal of Operational Research, 227 (1), 122–132.
Doyle, J. R. and Chen, C. H., 2012, A multidimensional classification of market anomalies Evidence from 76 price indices, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 22, 1237– 1257.
Chen, C.H. and Al-Najjar, B., 2012, The determinants of board size and independence: Evidence from China, International Business Review, 21 (5): 831–846.
Doyle, J. R. and Chen, C. H., 2009, The wandering weekday effect in major stock markets, Journal of Banking and Finance, 33 (8), 1388-1399.
Doyle, J. R., Chen, C. H. and Savani, K., 2011, New designs for research in delay discounting, Judgment and Decision Making, 6 (8) 759-770
Chen, H., Hu, Y. and Xiao, J. Z. (2011), Corporate accounting scandals in China, In: Jones, M. ed, Creative Accounting, Fraud and International Accounting Scandals, UK: John Wiley & Sons;