Lin Jiang is a Lecturer in Finance at the Institute of Management Studies (IMS) at Goldsmiths, University of London. She holds a PhD in Financial and Management studies at SOAS, University of London, and MSc in Accounting and Finance from the University of York. Before joining Goldsmith, she was a lecturer at Liverpool Hope University and a teaching fellow at SOAS.
Her research interests mainly focus on corporate finance and corporate governance, such as executive compensation, board interlocks, M&A and corporate political connections with a special interest in China. She presents in both UK and international academic conferences and was awarded the Best Paper Award at 2019 British Academy of Management annual conference (2019 BAM).
- Corporate finance: executive compensation, board composition
- Corporate governance
- Institutional transition
Publications and research outputs
Wang, Juanjuan; Jiang, Lin and Liu, Wentong. 2022. Will Alibaba’s additional financial service contribute to sellers’ satisfaction and loyalty during the pandemic? – Evidence from Taobao sellers. Asia Pacific Business Review, ISSN 1360-2381
Jiang, Lin; Kling, Gerhard and Bo, Hong. 2021. Does executive compensation affect firms’ acquisition decisions? Evidence from China. Asia Pacific Business Review, 27(5), pp. 731-748. ISSN 1360-2381
Jiang, Lin; Kling, Gerhard; Bo, Hong and Driver, Ciaran. 2017. Why do firms adopt stock options and who benefits? A natural experiment in China. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 46(Part A), pp. 124-140. ISSN 0927-538X