My research is empirical and focuses on issues in corporate governance, labor and finance, and entrepreneurship. I teach corporate finance and international finance in the undergraduate and graduate economics and finance programs at CityU. I earned my PhD from UCLA Anderson School of Management in 2017.
Invited presentations at the 2019 Wasatch Finance Conference, University of Hong Kong, Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen), Renmin University, 2019 City University of Hong Kong International Finance Conference, 2019 UBC Summer Finance Conference, University of Utah, and 2019 TCU Neeley School of Business Finance Conference.
2018 FMA Semifinalist for Best Paper in Corporate Finance
Invited presentations at the 2018 Sun Yat-Sen University Finance International Conference, 2018 FMA Annual Meeting, 2018 SFS Cavalcade Asia-Pacific, and 2019 DC Juniors Conference.
How do Passive Funds Act as Active Owners? Evidence from Mutual Fund Voting Records, with Jiasun Li and Michael Tang
Journal of Corporate Finance, Revise and Resubmit
Invited presentations at the 2018 Eastern Finance Association Annual Meeting, 2018 CICF, and 2019 FSU SunTrust Beach Conference.
Invited presentations at the Ninth Annual Searle Conference on Innovation Economics.
Discussion of "A Dark Side of Corporate Venture Capital", by Xuan Tian and Kailei Ye (2019 CICF, 12 July 2019)
Selected Media Reports
Medium (22 April 2019): "Lykke Research Hub grants."