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Wen Lin

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Wen Lin

The Management School Lancaster University Bailrigg Lancaster LA1 4YX


United Kingdom


Wen Lin is a Ph.D. candidate in accounting and finance at Lancaster University Management School, supervised by Prof. Grzegorz Pawlina and Dr. Argyro Panareto.

She focuses on empirical research to explore how firms' financial reporting information and voluntary disclosure affect the decisions of market investors. Her research interests include accounting-based valuation, economic consequences of corporate disclosure, financial accounting information and corporate governance. 

Her first paper focus the informativeness and risk-relevance of debt valuation adjustments (DVAs) reported by bank holding companies, structural credit risk models application in financial institutions, contingent capital structural of banking. 

Her second paper investigate the managerial inputs to estimate DVAs on the benefit of executive compensation. 

Her work has been presented at American Accouting Association Annual meeting, European Accounting Association Annual Congress and British Accounting and Finance Association.


She will be on the accounting job market 2018/2019. 


Research Grants

LUMS Doctoral Studentship, 2015-2018; LUMS Conference Grant Scheme 2016; LUMS Conference Grant Scheme, 2017; Accounting and Finance Conference Grant Scheme, 2018

Current Teaching

Acf 214 - Principles of finance (Second year)

Acf 100 - Introduction to Accounting and Finance (First year)

Acf 380 - Introduction to Banking (Third year)

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