Dr. Tee Chwee Ming

Position:

Senior Lecturer

 

Academic Qualifications:

PhD. (Accounting and Finance) (Monash),

MIB (Sydney),

MSc. International Banking (Loughborough),

BEcon. (UKM)

 

Contact:

teecm@tarc.edu.my

Biodata:

Tee Chwee Ming is a senior lecturer at the Tunku Abdul Rahman University College. Since 2003, he has held several senior academic positions in Malaysian universities. His research specialization areas are political economy, capital markets, corporate governance and sustainability, blockchain technology and fintech. Some of his papers have been published in high-ranked journals such as Accounting and Finance, Journal of International Accounting Research and International Auditing Journal. Additionally, he had presented papers in international conferences. Prior to this, he had wide practical experiences in global equities, foreign exchange, derivatives and institutional investments markets. He had completed numerous consultancy and professional training programs for Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB) staffs from 2006 till 2016.

 

Research specialization:

Political economy, capital markets, corporate governance, blockchain technology and fintech

 

Research Area:

Political Economy, Capital M arkets, Corporate Governance, Blockchain and Fintech

Journals:

2017

Tee, C.M., Gul, F.A., Foo, Y.B. and Teh, C.G (2017). Institutional monitoring, political connections and audit fees: evidence from Malaysian firms. International Journal of Auditing, Vol. 21 (2): 164-176.

[ABDC: A-rank, ABS, ISI and Scopus]

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ijau.12086

 

Tee, C.M. (2017). Political connections, institutional investors monitoring and stock price synchronicity. Managerial Finance, Vol. 43 (11): 1236-1253.

[ABDC: B-rank, ABS, ISI: 0.73 (2018) and Scopus]

https://emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/MF-03-2017-0099

 

2018

Tee, C.M. (2018). Political connections, institutional monitoring and the cost of debt: evidence from Malaysian firms. International Journal of Managerial Finance, Vol. 14 (2): 210-229.

[ABDC: B-rank, ABS, ISI: 1.12 (2018) and Scopus]

https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/IJMF-07-2017-0143

 

Tee, C.M., Foo, Y.B., Gul, F.A. and Majid, A. (2018). Institutional investors and CEO pay-performance in Malaysian firms. Journal of International Accounting Research, Vol 17 (1): 87-102.

[ABDC: A-rank, ABS, ISI and Scopus]

https://aaajournals.org/doi/pdf/10.2308/jiar-51989

 

Tee, C.M. (2018). Political connections and the cost of debt: re-examining the evidence from Malaysia. Journal of Multinational Financial Management, Vol. 46 (September): 51-62.

[ABDC: B-rank, ABS, ISI: 1.70 (2018) and Scopus]

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1042444X17302736

 

Tee, C.M. (2018). Family firms, political connections and audit fees: evidence from Malaysian firms. Managerial Auditing Journal, Vol. 33 (6-7): 613-632.

[ABDC: B-rank, ABS, ISI: 1.63 (2018) and Scopus]

https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/MAJ-06-2017-1585

 

Tee, C.M., Yee, S.W. and Chong, A.L. (2018). Institutional investors monitoring and stock price crash risk: evidence from politically connected firms. Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies, Vol. 21 (4): 1-35.

[ABDC: B-rank, ABS, ISI and Scopus]

https://www.worldscientific.com/doi/10.1142/S0219091518500285

 

2019

Tee, C.M. (2019). Political connections and stock price crash risk: evidence of institutional investors’ heterogeneous monitoring. Spanish Journal of Finance and Accounting, Vol. 48 (1): 50-67.

[ABS, ISI: 0.55 (2016) and Scopus]

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02102412.2018.1461461

 

 

Conference Proceedings:

2014

Tee, C.M., Gul, F.A., Foo, Y.B. and Abdul Majid. (2014). CEO compensation and firm performance in Malaysian firms: Evidence on the role of institutional investors. Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics Capital Markets Symposium Monash University [Elsevier] January 2 - 4.

 

Tee, C.M., Gul, F.A., Foo, Y.B. and Teh, C.G. (2014). Institutional ownership, political connections, and audit fees: Evidence from Malaysia [Best Paper Award: Asia]. International Corporate Governance Symposium Kasetsart University, University of Queensland and University of Strathclyde [Elsevier] December 1 - 3.

 

2015

Tee, C.M., Gul, F.A., Abdul Majid and Kasipillai, J. (2015). Political connections, institutional monitoring and corporate tax avoidance: Evidence from Malaysia. European Accounting Association (EAA) 38th. Congress Glasgow April 28 - 30.

 

Tee, C.M., Gul, F.A., Foo, Y.B. and Teh, C.G. (2015). Institutional ownership, political connections and audit fees: Evidence from Malaysia. Journal of International Accounting Research 3rd. International Conference Sao Paolo July 19 - 21.

 

Tee, C.M., Gul, F.A., Foo, Y.B. and Teh, C.G.  (2015). Institutional monitoring, political connections and the cost of debt: Evidence from Malaysia. World Finance Conference Buenos Aires Argentina July 22 - 24.

 

2016

Tee, C.M., Gul, F.A., Foo, Y.B. and Abdul Majid.  (2016). Institutional investors’ heterogeneous monitoring and CEO compensation in Malaysia. Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics Capital Markets Symposium Chulalongkorn University [Elsevier] January 6 - 8.

 

Tee, C.M. (2016). Political connections, institutional monitoring and earnings quality in Malaysia. Austral-Asian Banking & Finance 29th. Conference Sydney UNSW December 14 - 16.

                        

2017

Tee, C.M., Gul, F.A., Foo, Y.B. and Abdul Majid. (2017). Institutional investors’ heterogeneous monitoring and CEO pay-performance sensitivity in Malaysian firms. European Accounting Association (EAA) 40th. Congress Valencia May 10 - 12.

 

Tee, C.M., Yee, S.V. and Chong, A.L. (2017). Political connections, institutional monitoring and stock price crash risk: Evidence from Malaysian firms. Asian Academy of Management International 12th. Conference USM Oct. 6-8.

 

Tee, C.M. (2017). Institutional investors monitoring and stock price crash risk: Evidence from politically connected firms. World Finance Conference Bangkok Thailand December 14-15.

 

2018

Scally, A. & Tee, C.M. (2018). Institutional investors monitoring and earnings quality: Evidence from politically connected firms. INFINITI 16th. Conference on International Finance Poznan June 11-12.

 

Yessy, A., Sheena, S. & Tee, C.M. (2018). Change in Sharia screening methodology and share price informativeness. World Finance Conference Taichung Taiwan December 13-14.

 

2019

Lee, M.Y. & Tee, C.M. (2019). Political connections and stock price crash risk: evidence from Malaysia. European Accounting Association (EAA) 42nd. Congress Paphos May 29 - 31.

Awards:

Best Paper Award (2014), International Corporate Governance Symposium Kasetsart University, University of Queensland and University of Strathclyde, December 1-3.

 

Research Grants:

Malaysian Government Fundamentals Research Grant Scheme (FRGS/2/2013/SS05/MUSM/02/2), Co-Principal Researcher RM 70,000 (Title: The Relationship between Different Institutional Investors Monitoring and Financial and non-Financial performance of Malaysian Firms): 2013 - 2016

 

Monash University Malaysia SEED Grant (B-7-17), Co-Principal Researcher RM 10,000 (Title: Free Cash Flow, Firm Valuation and Executive Compensation): 2017

 

Monash University Malaysia SEED Grant (B-10-17), Principal Researcher RM 10,000 (Title: Gender Diversity and Financial Reporting Quality in Malaysian Corporate Boards): 2017

 

Monash University Malaysia SEED Grant (B-11-17), Co-Principal Researcher RM 10,000 (Title: Syariah Compliance and Corporate Governance in Malaysia): 2017

 

Reviewer:

Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Economics [1 paper]

Emerging Markets Finance and Trade [2 papers]

International Journal of Managerial Finance [1 paper]          

SAGE Open [1 paper]

Spanish Journal of Finance and Accounting [2 papers]

International Review of Economic and Finance [1 paper]

 

Consultancy:

Corporate
Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB)
Tenure
2006-2016
Position
Program Speaker for Finance and Investment Modules

 

External Examiner:

Bachelor of Business (Honours) Monash University Malaysia 2019

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