Dr Jinning Hong

dr-jinning-hong

Senior Lecturer/Consultant in Accounting and Finance and China Partnership Manager

Department of Management and Finance

Contact Details

email: j.hong@worc.ac.uk
tel: 01905 54 2837

Jinning began her academic adventure at 24 and joined the University of Sheffield as a PhD candidate. During her PhD study, she was a Teaching Assistant at the Management School of the Sheffield University. Her research was funded by the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) and the Institute Chartered Accountant of Scotland (ICAS). She was awarded a Doctoral Degree after three and a half years. Prior to the completion of her PhD, she was appointed as a module leader at the University of Sheffield International College. Jinning set up her private education business after two years. As an entrepreneur, Jinning was engaging with teaching and management roles. Before Jinning joined Worcester Business School, she has been working towards professional qualifications with the Institute Chartered Accountant of England and Wales (ICAEW).

Qualifications

PhD in Finance (tax planning and FDI) University of Sheffield UK

MA in Finance and Investment (Merit) University of Nottingham UK

BSc (Hons) in Business and Management Studies (2:1) University of Bradford UK

Teaching & Research

Teaching areas

International Banking and Finance
Financial Market, Trading and Investment
Quantitative Methods for Accounting and Finance

Research interests

Tax planning in a context of international Business (e.g., FDI and M&A) and multinational firms
Correlation between political and economic uncertainty and corporate investment
Risk management in FDI
Financial management in SMEs

Professional Bodies

Membership of Institute Chartered Accountant of England and Wales (ICAEW)

Membership of World Business Institute (Australia)

Membership of the British Academy of Management (BAM)

Publications

Publications

Conference papers
2016 4th Annual European Conference on Banking and Economy (ECOBATE 2016), 12 October, An Analysis of Tax Incentives in the FDI Decision Process from Organisational Structural Perspectives: Evidence from UK Multinationals. (Hong, J., Glaister, K. W., and Frecknall-Hughes, J).

2016 8th Annual American Business Research, 11-12 July, An Analysis of Tax Incentives in the FDI Decision Process from Organisational Structural Perspectives: Evidence from UK Multinationals. (Hong, J., Glaister, K. W., and Frecknall-Hughes, J). – Best Paper Awarded

2012 University of Cardiff, British Academy of Management Conference, 12–14 September, Mapping Tax Strategy on to a Model of Foreign Direct Investment: A Theoretical Perspective (Hong, J., Glaister, K.W., and Frecknall-Hughes, J).

2012 University of Essex, AABA/TJN workshop (Tax Avoidance, Corruption and Crisis), 5–6 July, Mapping Tax Strategy on to a Model of Foreign Direct Investment: A Theoretical Perspective (Hong, J., Glaister, K.W., and Frecknall-Hughes, J).

2012 The Open University Business School (conference on Regulation and Responsibility), 12 January, An Analysis of the Role of Tax Incentives in the Motives for FDI (Hong, J., and Glaister, K.W., and Frecknall-Hughes, J).

2011 University of Aston, Birmingham, British Academy of Management Conference, 13–15 September, An Analysis of the Role of Tax Incentives in the Motives for FDI (Hong, J., Glaister, K.W. and Frecknall-Hughes, J).

External Responsibilities

Consultant in Educational Academic Development (EAD) Ltd