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Shuang has a Bachelor's degree in Accounting and Finance from Bangor University and a Master's degree in International Accounting and Finance from University of Birmingham. She joined Cranfield University as a PhD research student in October 2021.

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Shuang's research explores how corruption affects firm performance in China. Corruption is a widespread problem in China that undermines economic growth and social welfare. Shuang's research investigates how corruption influences various aspects of firm performance, such as profitability, productivity, and innovation. Her research will shed light on the costs of corruption on the Chinese economy and suggest ways to tackle corruption effectively.