PhD (Queensland University of Technology)
MSc (Queensland University of Technology)
BBus (University of New England)
Assistant Professor Department of Accountancy
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Dr Li joined the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong (HSU) as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Accountancy in August 2014. Prior to joining HSU, she taught graduate and undergraduate accountancy courses at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University over a span of 15 years. The courses she has taught include business law, company law, management accounting, taxation and ethics. Her research interests lie in management accounting, real estate economics, business competitiveness and business law. She has also worked as a tax consultant with international accounting firms in Australia and Hong Kong.
Management Accounting; Real Estate Economics; Business Competitiveness and Business Law
Zhang, Jingxiao., Li, Hui., Li, Vera., Xia, Bo, and Skitmore, Martin (2020), “Internal relationships of market-oriented EFQM enablers in the Chinese construction industry”, Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, (in press).
Hong Zhang, Linjun Li, Eddie Chi-Man Hui, Vera Li (2016), “Comparisons of the relations between housing prices and the macroeconomy in China’s first-, second-and third-tier cities”, Habitat International 57, 24-42.
Hong Zhang, Linjun Li, Tiantian Chen, Vera Li (2016) “Where will China’s real estate market go under the economy’s new normal?”, Cities 55, 42-28.
Z Jin, B Xia, V Li, H Li, M Skitmore (2015), “Measuring the effects of mergers and acquisitions on the economic performance of real estate developers”, International Journal of Strategic Property Management 19(4), 358-367.
Li, H., Li, V., Skitmore, M., Kwok, J and Cheng, E (2009), “Competitiveness Factors: A Study of the Real Estate Market in China”, Construction Management and Economics 27(6), 567-579.
School of Business
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The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong,
Hang Shin Link, Siu Lek Yuen, Shatin,