Bingyi Chen

Boston University - School of Management

Doctoral Student

595 Commonwealth Avenue

Boston, MA MA 02215

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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177

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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Do Boards Exercise Discretion to Reduce Costly Ex Post Settling Up?

Boston U. School of Management Research Paper No. 2479330
Number of pages: 62 Posted: 13 Aug 2014
Boston University Questrom School of Business, Boston University - School of Management, Pennsylvania State University and Boston University - Questrom School of Business
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Management compensation, Pay-performance sensitivity, Ex post settling up, Cash compensation contracts

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The Valuation Impact of PCAOB International Inspections on U.S. Multinational Corporations

George Mason University School of Business Research Paper No. 19-6
Number of pages: 54 Posted: 31 Aug 2018 Last Revised: 25 Jan 2019
Bingyi Chen and Jenelle Conaway
Boston University - School of Management and George Mason University
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PCAOB, International inspection, Valuation impact, U.S. MNCs

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Ex Post Settling Up in Cash Compensation: New Evidence

Contemporary Accounting Research, Forthcoming, Boston University Questrom School of Business Research Paper No. 3404299
Posted: 20 Jun 2019
Boston University Questrom School of Business, Boston University - School of Management, Pennsylvania State University and Boston University - Questrom School of Business

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management compensation, pay-performance sensitivity, ex post settling up, cash compensation contracts

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Accounting for the Growth and Transformation of Chinese Businesses and the Chinese Economy: Implications for Transitional and Development Economics

Socio-Economic Review, Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 665-694, 2007
Posted: 10 Jul 2008
Tomo Hi de Suzuki, Yan Yan and Bingyi Chen
University of Oxford, Business School (Former), affiliation not provided to SSRN and Boston University - School of Management

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financial institutions, China, National Accounting Institute, strategy and leadership, economic development, accountics, O16 economic development: financial markets, saving and capital investment, corporate finance and governance M41 accounting P31 socialist enterprises and their transitions