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Management Accounting in China

ACCT 372
Shanghai, Shenyang, Beijing, Nanjing
Prof: Ge Bai

Examines management accounting practices in China. Students will (a) visit multinational companies and Chinese enterprises to discuss with business leaders and understand management accounting practices in businesses of different structures in China; (b) attend lectures and listen to guest speakers to understand historical, cultural, economic, political, labor resources, and environmental contexts that shape China’s business environment and management accounting practices; (c) conduct field trips to explore China’s long history, distinctive culture, and its recent economic development.


Our Blogger: Andrew Shipp

Andrew Shipp is a rising junior from Atlanta, Georgia and is a double major in business administration and American history. He is the treasurer of both the Contact Committee and the Polo Club. When not in class, Andrew enjoys participating in Outing Club activities. This year he was a sherpa for the First-Year Outdoor Adventure trip. He also enjoys skiing and sailing. Andrew has taken advantage of Spring Term every year, going to Detroit with a class on the economics of the auto industry and to Washington, D.C. as part of a class on commercial real estate. However, he is most excited about his upcoming Spring Term trip to China.


  • Class Year: 2016
  • Majors: Business Administration and American History
  • Hometown: Atlanta, GA
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