Lim Chee Ming, Dr

lim.cheeming@monash.edu
603 5515 9751
Room 6-5-103

Dr. Lim Chee Ming’s expertise is in the areas of the intersection of Accounting and Finance - capital market research in accounting, behavioral finance & models that can account for predictability of stock returns. Being a Chartered Management Accountant (CIMA, UK), he is interested in cost and management accounting related issues, especially the impact of digital disruption and the Fourth Industrial Revolution has on business model in general and accounting profession in particular.  In addition, Dr. Lim also co-developed case studies in business and finance, with ASEAN context.

Dr. Lim has over 20 years of experiences as a senior executive, a business consultant and an academic. He has more than five years of teaching experience in the institutions of higher learning in Malaysia and China. He was a Ph.D visiting scholar at the Nanyang Business School, Singapore (Feb-July 2017). Prior to academia, Dr. Lim has more than 15 years of professional working experience in Malaysia and China, where he had held various senior accounting and finance positions in the industrial and commercial sectors.

Academic Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy, Business and Management
Institution The University of Nottingham
Year awarded 2017
Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education
Institution The University of Nottingham
Year awarded 2015
Master of Business Administration
Institution University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
Year awarded 1998

Membership in Associations and International Bodies

Name of Association/International Body The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), United Kingdom
Role Associate Member
Duration of membership 1997-Present
Name of Association/International Body Chartered Global Management Accountants
Role Member
Duration of membership 2015-Presentt
Name of Association/International Body Higher Education Academy, United Kingdom
Role Fellow
Duration of membership 2015-Present
Name of Association/International Body The Malaysian Institute of Accountants
Role Chartered Accountant
Duration of membership 2001-Present

Areas of Expertise

1 Intersection between Accounting and Finance; Digital Economy/ Industrial Revolution 4.0/Disruption; ASEAN; Management, Accounting and Control; Pedagogical Research

Teaching

Subject CodeSubject
BFW 2140 Corporate Finance 1
ACW 1100 Introduction to Financial Accounting
ACW 2851 Accounting Information Systems and Financial Modelling

Scholarly Journals

1 ROY W.L. KHONG, JESSICA S. DUNN, CHEE MING LIM AND WINNIE S.P. YAP, 2016. “Why do students attend lectures?: Exploring justifications for attendance among undergraduate students from a British university in Asia.” The Journal of Developing Areas. 50(5), 497-506

Practitioner Journals (Non ERA)

1 H.B. TAN AND C.M LIM, 2009. “Preservation of investment capital during the 2008 global financial crisis: Growth stocks versus value stocks in the Hong Kong Stock Exchange” Banker’s Journal Malaysia. 133, 22-27.

Conference Proceedings (Refereed ONLY)

1 ROY W.L. KHONG, JESSICA S. DUNN AND CHEE MING LIM, 2015 “Why do students attend lectures?: Exploring justifications for attendance among undergraduate students from a British university in Asia.” In: Proceedings of the Asia Pacific Conference on Business and Social Sciences 2015, Kuala Lumpur. 368-275

Others (Non-refereed publications included)

1 S. CHUTIKAMOLTHAM AND C.M. LIM, 2018. “Kossan Rubber Industries Berhad: Stretching to its maximum potential through an expansion strategy.” Reference No: ABCC-2018-004.Published by The Asian Business Case Centre, Singapore (Topics covered: Business & Government; Finance & Economics; Strategy)

International Award

Award Name Staff PhD Scholarship (Part Time)
Awarding Body Nottingham University Business School
Year of award 2010- 2016
Paper Title NA

International Presentations

1 Value investing in Hong Kong during the global financial crisis 2008-2010: Is risk the factor? In: HKUST Business School Value Partners Center for Investing Conference 2013 - China Security Market and Valuation Conference, Hong Kong.
2 Value investing in Hong Kong during the global financial crisis 2008-2010: Is risk the factor? In: Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics (Doctoral Consortium 2014), Monash University, Malaysia.

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