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FANG Fang  Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Native Place: Jiangsu Province
Department of Strategic management
Business School, Beijing Normal University
Beijing 100875, China
Tel: 010-58808196
2008-2011 Ph.D.,Economics, School of Economics, Nagoya University
2006-2008 Master,Economics, School of Economics , Nagoya University
1999-2003 Bachelor,Economics, Foreign Language Institute, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Work Experience
2003-2005 PricewaterhouseCoopers Shanghai Branch


Audit and Assurance Department - Japanese business development


Job Title: Senior Auditor
Research Interests
Corporate Governance
Financial Accounting
Capital Market
Courses Taught
Introduction to Accounting (Undergraduate)
Corporate Finance (Graduate)
Research Projects
  • Project supported by the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities–“the Empirical Research on Executive Compensation Decision Mechanism (310400086)
  • Project supported by Da Hua Certified Public Accountants –“Accounting firm restructuring, risk management and responsibility sharing” (66400056)
• Main Journal Articles
  • Fang F., Li S., 2015, Research on the Disparity in Executive Pay of Chinese Enterprises. Social Sciences in China, Vol.8, pp.47-67.
  • Lv, X., Fang, F., and Dong, W.J., 2014.The Asymmetric Effects of Official Interest Rate Changes on China's Stock Market during Different Market Regimes. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade (SSCI), Vol.51, No.4, pp.826-841.
  • Zhu, M.B., Fang, F., 2014. The Investigation and Analysis on the Minimum Wage Policy in Developing Countries. China Labor and Social Security News, November, 5, 2014.
  • Gao, M.H., Fang, F., 2014. The Effects of Board Governance and Financial Governance—Empirical Evidence based on Accruals and Real Earnings Management. Research on Economics and Management, Vol.8, pp.108-119.
  • Zhai, H.Y., Zhen, J., Fang, F., 2014.CSR Performance, Report Attestation and Audit Pricing. Securities Market Herald, Vol.6, pp.32-37.
  • Zhai, H.Y., Fang, F., 2014, Regional Development of Techonology Finance, R&D Expenditure and Business Growth - Empirical Evidence from Chinese Listed Companies in Strategic Emerging Industries. Science & Technology Progress and Policy, Vol.5, pp.34-38.
  • Gao, M.H., Su, R., Fang, F., 2014. The Evaluation and Validation of Chinese Listed Companies' Board Governance. Economic Perspectives, Vol.2, pp.24-35.
  • Fang, F., Gao, M.H., Dong, W.J., 2013. How does Corporate Governance Affect Earnings Management in China?--In the View of Financial Monitoring. Economic Science, Vol.61, No.3, pp.15-33.
  • Fang, F., Zhai, H.Y., 2013, Research on Corporate Life Cycle, Managerial Discretion and R&D Expenditure - Evidence from Listed Companies in Strategic Emerging Industries, Securities Market Herald,Vol. 252, pp.17-21.
  • Fang, F., 2011. Corporate Governance and Earnings Management-The Role of Committees System Adopted by Japanese Companies. The Journal of Business Analysis, Vol.27, pp.51-60.
• Conference Papers/Presentations
  • September, 7-8, 2013, Nankai University, the 7th Corporate Governance International Forum, Report “the Governance Effect of Committee System in Japan—from the Aspect of Earnings Management”.
  • December 4, 2015, Mosco State Institute of International Relations University, the 5th Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility International Forum “State and Business Cooperation for Social Benefit”, Report “Research on the Disparity of Executive Pay in Chinese Listed Companies”.
• Accepted Paper
  • Fang Fang, Peng Tan, Minghua Gao, 2016, “Can Minority Investor Protection RestrainEarnings Management?--An empirical test of China’s listed companies”, International Review of Business (Accepted)
  • Fang Fang, Minghua Gao, Dan Hu, 2016,“Executive ability, industry competitionand executive pay -- An empirical analysis of Chinese listed companies”, Economic Science (Accepted)