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Lin, Ting-Ting


School of Accountancy
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Boston University, DBA in Accounting


Research Interests

Cost and Managerial Accounting; Performance Measurement; Executive Compensation; Corporate Governance

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor, Accounting and Information Technology, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan

Lecturer, Boston University, USA

Teaching Assistant, Boston University International Programs in Japan and China

Selected Publications

Du, C., Lin, T.-T. (2011). CEO Turnover, Equity-Based Compensation and Firm Investment Decisions. Journal of Business & Economics Research, 9(8), 19-40.

Lin, T.-T., Lee, Y.-C. (2008). Organizational Characteristics, Board Size and Corporate Performance. Journal of Global Business Management, 4(2), 338-347.

Lin, T.-T. (2006). Investment Incentives: Residual Income vs. Traditional Accounting Measures (th ed., vol. March, pp.20-22). Taipei, Taiwan: Ernst & Young Monthly.

Lin, T.-T. (2005). Employee Stock Options: To Disclose or To Recognize (th ed., vol. June, pp.11-13). Taipei, Taiwan: Ernst & Young Monthly.

Lin, T.-T. (2005). Economic Value Added®-Based Compensation and R&D Investment (th ed., pp.208-223). Chia-Yi, Taiwan: Proceeding of International Conference on Accounting and Information Technology.


Outstanding Paper Award, Taiwan Accounting Association Annual Meeting, 2006

Doctoral Consortium Fellow, American Accounting Association, 1999

Fulbright Scholarship, 1995