I am a Lecturer in the UNSW Business School. I obtained my PhD degree in 2018, and was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UNSW Sydney. I teach financial accounting and auditing courses at both undergraduate level and postgraduate level.
Prior to this, I worked as an auditor and held management positions in national regulatory bodies in China including State Administration of Taxation.
2019 AFAANZ Best PhD Award - Accounting & Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand
2015 APRU Best Paper Award - The Association of Pacific Rim Universities' Doctoral Students Conference
2016-2017 Centre for Social Impact Research Grants - Examining demand for assurance for Australian charities ($10,000)
2019 AASB Research Report Series - Review of special purpose financial statements: Large and medium-sized Australian charities ($10,000)
2020 UNSW SRG Project grant – Improving the value of financial reporting and audit in the not-for-profit sector ($10,000)
2021 AFAANZ Research Grant – The demand and consequences of assurance of mandatory extended external reporting ($7,031)
I investigate the informational value of auditing in charitable organisations for my PhD dissertation. My primary research interests include the role of audit-quality differentiation in the not-for-profit sector; international auditing/assurance issues; and non-financial assurance. My work has been published at leading accounting journals and at the websites of standard-setters including the Australian Accounting Standards Board (AASB) and Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (AUASB).
My teaching interests combine the areas of accounting and auditing. I am currently the lecturer of the course: Auditing and Assurance Services. I have also taught Financial Accounting for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.