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Professor Gensheng Shen

Dean

Contact Information Telephone: (61 8) 63042429, Mobile: +61(0)438918748, Email: g.shen@ecu.edu.au, Campus: Joondalup, Room: JO18.216
Staff Member Details
Telephone: (61 8)  63042429  
Mobile: +61(0)438918748  
Facsimile: (61 8)  6304 2230  
Email: g.shen@ecu.edu.au   
Campus: Joondalup  
Room: JO18.216  

 

Background

Professor Shen has 25 years in tertiary teaching and research in the areas of economics, finance and international business in a number of universities in Victoria and Western Australia, and 15 years in managing and operating international operations in education in a number of universities in Victoria and Western Australia.

Responsibilities:

Dean of ECU International (ECUI) in charge of managing international operations at ECU and ECUI .

Qualifications

  • B.A.[Peking], Adv D Humanities, Latrobe
  • Master of Arts in Economics, Latrobe
  • PhD, Ballarat

Research

Research interest:

  • Comparative economic systems
  • Corporate governance and capital structure
  • Internationalisation of education
  • Comparative education systems

Current research area:

The determinants of learning experience of international students.

Books:

  • Shen, G., Lowe, J. and Wang, D. (2009). The Determinants of Capital Structure of Chinese Listed Companies. Beijing: China Publishing House of Finance and Economics [ISBN 978-7-5095-1068-1]

Journal Articles:

  • Shen, G. (1993). "An Analysis of Australian Securities Market", China's Finance and Economics Daily, 2 February.
  • Shen, G. (1993). "Some Comments on China's Securities Market", China Finance and Economics Magazine, No.6..

Conference Papers:

  • Shen, G. (2002). “Is the Capital Structure a Financial Issue or Strategic Issue or Corporate Governance Issue? A study of the Chinese Listed companies. Submitted to Australian Conference of Economics, Adelaide, 30 September - 3 October.
  • Shen, G. (2002). “The Determinants of Capital Structure of Chinese Listed companies: a multi-disciplinary study of finance, strategy and corporate governance”. Submitted to PhD Conference in Economics and Business at the Australian National University. 6-8 November.
  • Shen, G. (1996). “The Volatility and Risk of Chinese Securities Markets, 1991-1994”, presented to The 7th Annual Australasian Finance and Banking Conference held at The University of New South Wales, 5-6 December.
  • Shen, G. (1995). "China's Banking System under Reform, 1949-1994: changes in structures, functions and operations", presented to The 7th Annual Australasian Finance and Banking Conference held at The University of New South Wales, 8-9 December, 1994 and to the Banking and Finance Conference organised by The Australian Institute of Bankers, July.
  • Shen, G. and Susan Mould. (1995). “The Volatility and Risk of Chinese Securities Markets, 1991-1994”, presented to The 24th Economists Conference at the University of Adelaide on 24-27 September.
  • Shen, G. (1993). "The Emerging Securities Market in P.R. China: a further step in the financial reform toward market economy", presented to The 6th Annual Australasian Finance and Banking Conference held at The University of New South Wales, 9-10 December.
  • Shen, G. and R. Karan, (1993). "Accounting Regulations in Australia and China: a comparative analysis", presented to the International Conference on Current Accounting and Auditing Issues in China held at Xiamen University, 7-8 June.
  • Shen, G. (1992). “The Dilemma Between Plan and Market: an analytical framework of China's reform in money, banking and finance", presented to the International Conference on Trade, Investment and Economic Prospects in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan held at Monash University, February 24-26.

Public Seminars:

  • Shen, G. (2009). “The Internationalisation of Australian Tertiary Education”, presented to Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia.
  • Shen, G. (2007). “Strategic Management of Commercial Banks”, presented to Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China.
  • Shen, G. (2007). “Building a Modern Firm in Chinese context”, presented to China Academy of Social Sciences, Guangzhou, China.
  • Shen, G. (2006). “China and WTO: the issues of anti-dumping”, presented to China Federation of Industrial Economics, Beijing, China.
  • Shen, G. (2006). “China and WTO: opportunities and challenges since China’s entry to WTO”, presented to China Senior Professors Association, Shenzhen, China.
  • Shen, G. (2005). “The Differences between the Eastern and Western Education Systems”, presented to Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China.
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