Prof. Teresa CHU

Assistant Professor in Accounting

Faculty of Business Administration
University of Macau, E22
Avenida da Universidade, Taipa, Macau, China

Contact Information

Room: E22-3071
Telephone: (853) 8822-4660
E-mail: tchu
  • PhD in Accountancy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2008
  • MBA in Banking and Finance, University of Macau, Macau, 2000
  • BBA in Accounting, University of Macau, Macau, 1997
  • Cheng Yu Tung College Affiliate (September 2015 to present)
  • Student Staff Consultative Committee FBA Representative (September 2014 to August 2016)
  • Honors College Program Coordinator, University of Macau (September 2012 to December 2014)
  • Honors College Faculty Coordinator for FBA, University of Macau (September 2010 to August 2012)
  • Lecturer, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau (August 2000 to November 2008)
  • Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau (November 1997 to July 2000)
  • Assistant Accountant, KPMG Peat Marwick Macau (August 1997 to October 1997)
  • Undergraduate Courses
    • Principles of Financial Accounting (ACCT100)
    • Principles of Managerial Accounting (ACCT213)
    • Principles of Accounting I (ACCT200)
    • Principles of Accounting II (ACCT201)
    • Cost Accounting (ACCT303)
    • Intermediate Accounting I (ACCT2001/211)
    • Intermediate Accounting II (ACCT3000/212/307)
    • International Financial Reporting Standards and the Global Environment (ACCT214)
    • Advanced Financial Accounting (ACCT400)
    • Accounting Theory (ACCT401)
    • Corporate Governance (ACCT433)
    • Honors Project (course facilitator) (HONR400)
  • Corporate Governance
  • Cost of Equity Capital
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Internal Grants
    • CFA Institute Outstanding Paper Award, CSEAR North-Asia Hong Kong Conference 2017, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
    • Chu, T (Principal Investigator), I.M. Haw, X. Zhang, The relationship of disclosures quality in annual reports and earnings management: a study on English-speaking countries in Asia-Pacific (Small multi-year researh grant)
    • 2011 UM academic staff award, University of Macau
    • Faculty teaching award 2007-2009 on the Professorship level, University of Macau
    • The most favorite lecturer, 2005-2006, FBA Day, University of Macau
    • The most favorite lecturer, 2004-2005, FBA Day, University of Macau
    • The most popular teaching assistant, 1999-2000, FBA Day, University of Macau
    • The most popular teaching assistant, 1998-1999, FBA Day, University of Macau
  1. Chu. T, I.M. Haw, S.M. Ho, X. Zhang (2018) Labor protection, ownership concentration, and cost of equity capital: international evidence, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting (revise and resubmit)
  2. Chu. T, I.M. Haw, B.B.H. Lee, W. Wu (2014) Cost of equity capital, control divergence, and institutions: the international evidence, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 43:483-527
  3. Chu. T, et al. (2000) A study on role of chinese women in managing companies in Macao, Euro Asia Journal of Management, 19:47-63
  1. Chu. T, Y. Wang (2017) The information content of earnings per share and social contribution value per share in China, CSEAR North-Asia Hong Kong Conference 2017, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.
  2. Chu. T, C. Noronha, L.Z. Peng (2015) Government policies, corporate social responsiblity and investors’ reactions: an empirical analysis, 5th Biennial Conference of the World Accounting Frontiers Series (WAFS), University of Macau, Macau
  3. Chu. T, I.M. Haw, L.S. Hwang, W. Wu (2010) Cost of equity, control divergence and institutions: the international evidence, 33rd European Accounting Association Annual Congress, Istanbul, Turkey
  1. Chu. T, X.Q. Bai. Corporate governance and earnings management: a banking industry perspective.
  2. Chu. T, Y. Wang. The information content of earnings per share and social contribution value per share in China.
  3. Chu. T, L.L. Zhang, Board characteristics and earnings management research – based on Hong Kong listed corporation.
  4. Chu. T, K.F. Chan, The impacts of board structure on audit fees and non-audit fees for Hong Kong listed companies.
  • Master Students
    • Bai Xueqi, Katherine, Corporate governance and earnings management: a banking industry perspective (completed)
    • Wang Yi, Coco, The information content of earnings per share and social contribution value per share in China (completed)
    • Chan Kun Fai, The Impacts of Board Structure on Audit Fees and Non-Audit Fees for Hong Kong Listed Companies (completed)
    • Zhang Ling Ling, Board characteristics and earnings management research – Based on Hong Kong Listed Corporation (completed)
  • Associação Promotora do Desenvolvimento do Ensino Superior de Macau (Member)
  • Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility in Greater China (General Assembly President)
  • European Accounting Association (Member)