Dr ChunLei Yang

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Position: Lecturer in Accounting
Academic unit: Accounting and Finance
 

Biography

Qualifications:

PhD in Accounting, Manchester

MSc in Accounting. Manchester

BA in Accounting, BeiJing

Certified Stock Market Analyst and Listing Specialist, Beijing

Research Interests

ChunLei's current research interests include: interdisciplinary research of the relationship between accounting, space and place; accounting and organisational change; and Chinese SOE governance Reform. She adopts qualitative case study as the primary research methodology and is interested in developing methods that could help researchers understand and capture the complexity in everyday accounting practices.

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Showing 13 publication(s)

2014

  • Yang, C., Modell, . U., & Chiwamit, P. (2014). The societal relevance of management accounting innovations: economic value added and institutional work in the fields of Chinese and Thai state-owned enterprises. Accounting and Business Research, 44(2), 144-180. [44:2]. DOI: 10.1080/00014788.2013.868300. Publication link: 4a686b22-c46b-43fb-a593-584e88e4cb81

2013

  • Yang, C. L., & Modell, S. (2013). Power and performance: Institutional embeddedness and performance management in a Chinese local government organization. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 26(1), 101-132. DOI: 10.1108/09513571311285630. Publication link: 5fb669a6-3a72-4f15-8622-cbf8c4a4b42c
  • Yang, C., & Modell, S. (2013). Power and Performance: Institutional Embeddedness and Performance Management in a Chinese Local Government Organization.. Publication link: 2f34afe7-4704-418a-8458-b6de06cc2a92

2012

  • Yang, C., & Modell, S. (2012). Power and Performance: Institutional Embeddedness and Performance Management in a Chinese Local Government Organization. the Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 26(1). . Publication link: d399ba3d-46f0-4b1a-a1a0-e622a8df14c5
  • Yang, C., & Modell, S. (2012). The Economic Sociology of Responsibility Accounting:: Field Study in a Chinese State-Owned Enterprise.. Publication link: dc667a09-0a94-4da9-a1c0-115ed38ab83e

2010

  • Yang, C., & Modell, S. (2010). Power and performance: the rise and fall of an institutional entrepreneur. In host publication.. Publication link: a93ab2d3-5142-431f-aa92-30b60f855413

2009

  • Yang, C., & Modell, S. (2009). Power and performance: the rise and fall of an institutional entrepreneur. In host publication.. Publication link: d71969f0-4c7d-4cd0-b2e7-2cd4dc708845

2008

  • Yang, C., Gstraunthaler, T. (Ed.), & Messner, M. (Ed.) (2008). The Chinese way: performance appraisal and personnel control in Chinese government departments. In Performance in Context: Perspectives from Management Research. Innsbruck: Innsbruck University Press. . Publication link: eb2a3419-cadd-4419-86e7-e6d176a7040c

2006

  • Yang, C. (2006). UNDERSTANDING PARADOXES, CONTRADICTIONS AND AGENCY IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CHANGE: Manchester: Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester. Publication link: d6ec29e4-b6cf-4c84-ac82-6ef82a55b2a6