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Finance; Macroeconomics; Empirical industrial organization; Corporate finance; Financial analysts.
Kun Li is a Lecturer of Finance. His research interests are broadly in the areas of macroeconomics, empirical industrial organization, finance and the role of financial analysts. Specific examples of Kun’s research include the effect of: media information on individual investors’ behaviour; and privatization on firm-level distortion and productivity, as well as its aggregate implications.
- Privatization, Distortions, and Productivity
- Understanding Transitions using Directed Search (with Mike Peters and Steven Xu)
- Is Citation Behavior Biased? The Influence of Journal Editors (with Bruno Biais and Augustin Landier)
- Identify Herding Among Financial Analysts (with Gang Wang)
Research grants and awards
Best Paper Award for the use of innovative data, FIRN 2019 annual conference.
FINM7006 Applied Foundations of Finance
FINM7008 Applied Investments