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Jengfang Chen

  • Title: Associate Professor
  • Position: Associate Professor - Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance
  • Qualifications: BBus, MBA, PhD (National Taipei University)

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Areas of Expertise

  • Auditing
  • Financial Accounting
  • Management Accounting

Profile

Jengfang Chen joined the Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance, Macquarie University in 2017. His Ph.D was earned from National Taipei University (Taiwan), and he was a professor in National Cheng Kung University (Taiwan) and a visiting scholar in Drexel University and Rutgers University (USA).

He utilizes an interdisciplinary approach that combines research in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Operation Research, Information Technology and Law. His research has been published in the Accounting Review, Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Journal of Management Accounting Research, Abacus, Journal of Contemporary Accounting Research, Annals of Operations Research, Corporate Governance: An International Review, and IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.

Publications

journal toggle icon open Refereed Journal Articles

  • Chen, J., Duh, R. Hsu, W. and Pan, C. (2015) “Can Anglo-Saxon audit committee scheme improve earnings quality in non-Anglo-Saxon environments?”, Journal of Contemporary Accounting & Economics,11: 61-74.
  • Chen, J., Chou, Y. Duh, R. and Lin, Y. (2014), “Audit Committee Director-Auditor Interlocking and Perceptions of Earnings Quality”, AUDITING: A Journal of Practice & Theory, 33: 41-70.
  • Chen, J., Chang, H. Chen, S. and Kim, S. (2014), “The Effect of Supply Chain Knowledge Spillovers on Audit Pricing”, Journal of Management Accounting Research, 26: 83-100.
  • Lin, Y., Chang, H. Chen, J. and Wu, G. (2014), “Accounting disclosure quality, capital market intensity and national productivity”, Annals of Operations Research, 221: 239-254.
  • Chen, J., Liao, W. and Lu, C. (2012), “The Effects of Public Venture Capital Investments on Corporate Governance: Evidence From IPO Firms in Emerging Markets”, Abacus, 48: 83-100.
  • Chang, H., Chen, J. Duh, R. and Li, S. (2011), “Productivity Growth in the Public Accounting Industry: The Roles of Information Technology and Human Capital”, AUDITING: A Journal of Practice & Theory, 30: 21-48.
  • Chen, J., Huang, C. Wang, M. and Cheng, J. (2010), “Information Effects during the U.S. Subprime Crisis: Evidence from Asia-Pacific Region,” Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 46: 75-86.
  • Chang, H., Chen, J. Tsai, C. and Yang, Y. (2009), “IT Capital Accumulation and Productivity Growth in Public Accounting Firms”, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 56: 692-700.
  • Chen, J., Duh, R. and Shiue, F. (2008), “The Effect of Audit Committee on Earnings-Return Association: Evidence from Foreign Registrants in the United States”, Corporate Governance: An International Review, 16: 32-40.
  • Chang, H., Chen, J. Liao, W. and Mishra, B. (2006), “CEO's/ CFO's Swearing by the Numbers: Does it Impact the Share Prices of the Firm”, The Accounting Review, 81: 1-27. (leading article)

conference toggle icon open Conferences and Presentations

  • Chou, Y., Chen, J. Duh, R. Lin, Y. (2017) “Does Auditor Expertise in Client’s Segments Matter” The Impact of Auditor Segment-Based Expertise on Audit Quality”. Concurrent session of 2017 AAA Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, USA.
  • Chang, H., Chen, J. Khimich, N. and Wu, G. (2014), “Implications of Customer Supplier Relationships on Corporate Governance”, Convergence of Managerial and Financial Accounting Research, Temple University, 2014.
  • Chen, J., Duh, R. Hsu, W. and Pan, J. (2014), “Can Anglo-Saxon Audit Committee Scheme Improve Earnings Quality in non-Anglo-Saxon Environments?”, Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics Symposium 2014 (Best Paper Award)
  • Chang, H., Chen, H. Chen, J. and Reichelt, K. (2013) “Are Auditors Compromised by Auditing Clients”, European Accounting Association Congress 2013.
  • Cheng, J., Chen, J. and Chien, C. (2010), “Executive Stock Options and Financial Analysts’ Forecast Behaviors,” Concurrent session of 2011 AAA Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, USA.
  • Chang, H., Chen, J. Guy, F. and Lin, T. (2009), “Do Financial Analysts Use Supply Chain Information in Revising Their Earnings Forecasts”, American Accounting Association (AAA) annual meeting, New York NY, 2009.
  • Chang, H., Chen, J. Duh, R. and Li, S. (2007), “Productivity Growth in Public Accounting Industry: The Role of Information Technology and Human Capital”, American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2007.