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BING GUO

Assistant Professor of Accounting

Education

  • 2007-2010, PhD in Economics, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
  • 2005-2007, Master in Economics, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
  • 2002-2004, Master in Finance Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
  • 1998-2002, B.A. in Finance, Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade, China

Research interests

Venture Capital Financing, Management Accounting and Innovation, Voluntary Disclosure, Finance  and Innovation

Selected publications

Firms’ innovation strategy under the shadow of analyst coverage. Coauthors: David Pérez Castrillo and Anna Toldrà-Simats. Jounral of Financial Economics. Forthcoming, available online 25 August, 2018.

Disentangling the role of management control systems for product and process innovation in different contexts. Coauthors: Evita Paraskevopoulou and Luis Santamaría Sanchez. European Accounting Review. Forthcoming in 2018.


Bing Guo is an Assistant Professor of accounting in the Business Department at Carlos III University. She currently teaches management accounting.

She has a PhD in Economics from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), MSc in Economics from UAB and MSc in Finance from Stockholm School of Economics and a BSc in Finance from Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade. During her PhD she was a visiting researcher in the finance department at London Business School.

Her areas of interest are Corporate Finance and Managerial Accounting, Organizational Economics, in particular on issues of Innovation and Venture Capital Finance.

Firms’ innovation strategy under the shadow of analyst coverage. Coauthors: David Pérez Castrillo and Anna Toldrà-Simats. Jounral of Financial Economics. Forthcoming, available online 25 August, 2018.

Disentangling the role of management control systems for product and process innovation in different contexts. Coauthors: Evita Paraskevopoulou and Luis Santamaría Sanchez. European Accounting Review. Forthcoming in 2018.

Investment, duration, and exit strategies for corporate and independent venture capital-backed start-ups. Coauthors: Yun Lou and David Pérez CastrilloJournal of Economics and Management Strategy. Vol 24(2), Summer 2015, pp. 411-451. 

Manager replacement, employee protest, and corporate control. Economics of Governance. Vol 17(3), August 2016, pp. 265-294.


 

Information ambiguity: Shape-flip between product market competition at industry level and voluntary disclosure. Coauthors: Manuel Núñez Nickel, Gilberto García Marquez, and Susana Gago Rodriguez. 

Understanding the role of Management Control Systems for R&D collaboration: the “If” and “With whom” decisions. Coauthors: Joseph Bisbe, Evita Paraskevopoulou, and Luis Santamaría Sanchez.