Beta Gamma Sigma
Jenny Wang, formerly at AUT University, has recently joined Unitec Institute of Technology. During her tenure at AUT University, she taught Finance and Quantitative Methods. She has taught at universities in China including Jianxi University of Finance & Economics and Beijing Information and Science University. Jenny has completed a Master of Profession Studies in Accounting with distinction and a Master of Philosophy with first class honours and is currently enrolled in a PhD at Waikato University. She has two journal publications to her credit both in ranked ABDC journals. At Unitec, she will be teaching on the new Master in Applied Practice.
Wang, J., & Hooper, K. (2016). Shame and authority: tracing the cultural antecedents of internal protocols in China. 8th Asia-Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting (APIRA), Melbourne, Australia.
Wang, J., and Hooper, K.C. (2014). "To be or not to be": impairment practices among Indian listed companies,. Corporate Ownership & Control Journal, 11(4): 184-192 (Vol. 11 (4)).
Wang, J., and Hooper, K. (2014). Recognition and disclosure of impairment in China. Corporate Ownership & Control Journal (Vol. 12(1)).
Wang, J. (2014). The Productive & Symbolic Functions of Management Control in the Chinese Hotel Industry: A Foucauldian Analysis. Master of Philosophy (Accounting) with First Class Honors, Auckland University of Technology.
Wang, J., Hooper, K.C., and Sinclair, R. (2013). Mobilizing accounting as a mechanism of control in hotels: A Foucauldian analysis. . 18 October, Hamilton, New Zealand,. 17th Annual Waikato Management School Student Research Conference, 18 October, Hamilton, New Zealand,.
Wang, J., Hooper, K.C., and Sinclair, R. (2013). The productive and symbolic functions of internal control in the Chinese hotel industry. Auckland Region Accounting (ARA) Conference, 29 November, Auckland, New Zealand.