Paul Gillis is the “go to” guru for accounting in China. He is professor of accounting at Peking University Guanghua School of Managment, past head of China/Asia for PricewaterhouseCoopers and has a PhD in accounting. He also publishes on www.chinaaccountingblog.com – which you should definitely check out.
I sat down with Paul and got his take on some of the recent changes in accounting in China. Note: Jonathan Woetzel is my co-professor for these videos.
Video: The Big 4 Accounting Firms in China Are Not Who You Think
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Here is more of the interview I did with Paul.
How Accounting Is Different in China – Paul Gillis
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