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Lan Guo joined Laurier in the year 2008. Her research interests include performance measurement, incentive designs and other behavioral topics in management accounting. In her research, she uses both experimental and survey methods. She has taught financial accounting and management accounting to undergraduate students and co-taught PhD seminars. Prior to her academic career, she worked as an accountant in China Securities Depository & Clearing Corp. (Shanghai) and Construction Bank of China (Shanghai). She is a CPA, CMA and CGA.
Bendoly, E., L. Guo, Y. Hu, and J. Tobias. Different departments, different drivers: Asymmetry in antecedents and outcomes of voluntary knowledge exchange between sales and production functions. Accepted by International Journal of Operations and Production Management.
Guo, L., T. Libby and X. K. Liu. 2017. The effects of vertical pay dispersion: Experimental evidence in a budget setting. Contemporary Accounting Research. In print.
Guo, L., D. Stone, S. Bryant, B. Wier, A. Nikitkov, C. Ren, E. Riccio, M. Shen, S. Trabelsi, L. Zhang. 2013. Are consumers’ financial needs and values common across cultures? Evidence from six countries. International Journal of Consumer Studies 37 (6): 675-688.
Wong-On-Wing, B., L. Guo, and G. Lui. 2010. Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation for participative budgeting: Antecedents and consequences. Behavioral Research in Accounting 22(2): 133-153.
Wong-On-Wing, B., L. Guo, W. Li, and D. Yang. 2007. Reducing conflict in balanced scorecard evaluations. Accounting, Organizations, and Society 32(4-5): 363-377.