Assistant Professor of Accounting, Nanjing University
Jian Chu is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at School of Business, Nanjing University. His research interest is about how government regulation, market reform and social ties affect resource allocation and efficiency. Recently, he has focused on several prominent economic phenomena in China, including government auditing and SOE’s corporate governance, margin trading and short selling program and market pricing efficiency, interest rate liberalization and lending relationship, macroprudential policy and systemic risk. His research has been funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.
Recent work by Jian Chu
Social ties and ‘hometown favouritism’ towards local officials in China
Hometown auditors report lower suspicious expenditures, implying that social ties are associated with greater leniency
Articles : Institutions & Political Economy