Ms. Ling Chu
Associate Professor Accounting (Taxation); CMA Canada Centre for Excellence Academic Fellow
Contact InformationEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 519.884.0710 ext.2422
Office Location: P3030
Office Hours: By appointment
Bcomm (Concordia University)
Mtax (University of Waterloo)
Professor Ling Chuís research interests are primarily grounded in federal income tax law and its impact on decision making as performed by businesses and individuals. Her research is directed to tax policy analysis and she further spends her time on international taxation, corporate tax planning, estate planning and accounting education. Professor Chu has published in refereed academic journals including the Canadian Tax Journal, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, European Accounting Review, Accounting Perspectives, and Issues in Accounting Education.
In addition to her extensive research work, she also focus on the developing and teaching of tax courses at the undergraduate and the graduate levels including the MBA/CMA course on management tax planning. In 2008, Professor Chu was awarded The Glenn Carroll Teaching Fellowship from the School of Business & Economics highlighting teaching excellence.
Before moving to academia full-time, Professor Chu worked in tax consulting with Arthur Andersen LLP followed by Deloitte LLP in their Toronto offices. Her practice at both firms focused on corporate and international tax, including tax aspects of cross-border investments and transactions, financings, reorganizations and restructurings.
As an educator in Taxation, Professor Chu particularly appreciates the support of the CICA:
Chartered Accountants of Canada (CICA) is pleased to provide students and professors with complimentary access to online tax research databases. Visit CICAís Knotia Store website for more information on its Canadian tax reference materials.