Doctoral Student

Beiting Cheng

Beiting Cheng is a doctoral student in the Accounting & Management Unit at Harvard Business School. She grew up in Shanghai, China and came to the U.S. after high school. After studying at Phillips Academy for one year as a postgraduate, she went to Harvard College and graduated in 2009 with a concentration in philosophy. Her research interest includes corporate governance and corporate social responsibility.


  1. The Landscape of Integrated Reporting

    Keywords: Integration; Reports;


    Eccles, Robert G., Beiting Cheng, and Daniela Saltzman, eds. The Landscape of Integrated Reporting. Boston: Harvard Business School, 2010. (Ebook, © by the Presidents and Fellows of Harvard College.) View Details

Cases and Teaching Materials

  1. Foxconn Technology Group (A)

    The case describes the challenges that Foxconn faced after a series of suicides took place at its plants. The response of Foxconn's management is presented and the associated implications for Foxconn's stock price are discussed.

    Keywords: Employee Relationship Management; Leadership; Stocks; Social Issues; Corporate Social Responsibility and Impact; Capital Markets; Supply Chain Management; Environmental Accounting; Human Capital; Human Resources; Electronics Industry; Manufacturing Industry; China;


    Eccles, Robert G., George Serafeim, and Beiting Cheng. "Foxconn Technology Group (A)." Harvard Business School Case 112-002, July 2011. (Revised June 2013.) View Details