Ying is a Lecturer with the School of Accounting and Finance since 2010. His specialisation is in financial accounting theory and critical accounting research. Prior to joining the school, Ying taught as a tutor at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels for financial accounting, management accounting, auditing and accounting theory subjects. His research, teaching and consulting interests revolve around the role of accounting in sustaining dominant socio-political power in the context of globalised capitalism.
Land in China: Re-considering comparability in financial reporting (with J. Andrew), Australasian Accounting Business and Finance Journal (2010)
This paper re-considers the notion of ‘comparability’ as it has been applied to the accounting...
Fair value accounting in China: neoliberalisation and accounting change (with Kathleen M. Rudkin and Jane L. Andrew), ERA - University of Wollongong (restricted) (2010)
Fair value accounting in China: neoliberalisation and accounting change (with Jane Andrew and K. Rudkin), Asia Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting Conference (2010)
This paper explores the tension between neoliberal theory and practice by using China as an...