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Dr Donglin Pei

Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance

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Dr Donglin Pei

Room: B114a


+44 (0) 1978 293136


Donglin Pei is an ACCA (affiliate) and a senior lecturer of accounting and finance in higher education with appointments in delivering both UG and PG modules in the subjects of accounting, finance and taxation in a number of universities both in the UK and China, such as University of Reading, University of Sunderland, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, etc.

Before his education career, he worked for a number of organisations as an accountant in China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), a financial manager in China Jiangsu International Economic-Technical Co-operation Corporation (CJIETCC), a financial controller in the Highway Project of Save to Parakou in the Republic of Benin, West Africa, and a senior business consultant in Westminster International Business Consultants, London (WIBC)).

He made some significant contributions to those companies in the areas of accounting, finance, risk management and strategic business development, etc.


  • PhD, University of Ulster, UK- 2003

  • MBA, University of Hull, UK – 1999

  • BSc, Beijing Technology and Business University, China - 1990

·        Introduction to Financial Accounting

·        Business, Finance & Technology Management

·        Advanced Management Accounting

·        Taxation & Business Planning

·        Organisational Performance Measurement

·        Advanced Financial Management

PEI, DONGLIN & HAMILL, PHILIP 2013 'Do modified audit opinions for Shanghai listed firms convey heterogeneous information?', Journal of International Accounting, Auditing and Taxation

PEI, DONGLIN, HAMILL, PHILIP & OPONG, KWAKU 2009 'An analysis of quasi-qualification, modified auditor opinions and special treatment status on China's Shenzhen market', Applied Economics Letters


Efficient market theory