Dachen Sheng
Dachen Sheng, MA (Econ)

Specialization: Economics

Dachen Sheng, MA (Econ)


Ph.D. Candidate, Economics, International Christian University, Japan (2019—Present)
M.A. Economics, University of Windsor, Canada (2009-2011)
B.A. Management, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan (2005-2009)

Previous Academic Affiliations

Beijing University of Technology, Gengdan Institute, Associate Professor


Dachen Sheng has worked as a financial analyst in financial institutions for many years. After joining the academic sector as a faculty member, he taught economics and finance-related courses for many years. He combines his experience from the industry with academic text content and delivers that important knowledge to his students. Dachen Sheng is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Financial Risk Manager (FRM), and Chartered Alternative Financial Analyst (CAIA). He is also a Fellow of the Institute of Public Accountants (FIPA) and a Fellow of the Institute of Financial Accountants (FFA).


Dachen Sheng has his research interest in Financial Market, Financial Institution, and Corporate Finance.


Currently Under Review

Sheng, Dachen., & Heather, Montgomery. Do audits act as an external risk oversight tool to boost firm performance? Evidence from the Chinese manufacturing industry

Sheng, Dachen., & Heather, Montgomery. Balanced Leagues or Monopolistic Clubs? An Empirical Analysis of the Role of Competitiveness in Sustainable Football

Working Papers

Sheng, Dachen., & Heather, Montgomery. Is additional liability always a bad image? Evidence of bond issuance as an information asymmetry reducing signal in China

Sheng, Dachen., & Heather, Montgomery. The Heterogenous Causality of Repurchase, Analysis from the Aspect of Share Collateralization