Prof. Hua Wang
Shenzhen Technology University
Research Area: FinTech, Block Chain, Financial Markets, Algorithm Trading
Professor, Ph.D. (University of Tokyo), CFA, Master's Supervisor, Director of Financial Innovation and FinTech Research Center.
Dr Wang has more than 10 years of professional and research experiences in international capital markets, financial products, FinTech, etc. His professional working experience includes Credit Suisse, Barclays Capital and HKEX, etc., and 5 years as Associate Research Fellow at China Institute of Finance and Capital Markets.
Dr. Wang has excellent proficiency in English and Japanese, with long-term international experience in Tokyo, London and Hong Kong, etc. He also participated in a number of research projects focusing on financial markets and government policies, and published tens of research articles and papers.
Prof. Lin Liu
Beihang University, China
Research Area: marketing and finance interface
He received his Ph.D. from Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California (USC) in 2014 (mentored by Prof. Anthony Dukes), and obtained his MBA and master's degree in Economics from Trulaske College of Business and Department of Economics, University of Missouri (Mizzou) in 2009 (mentored by Prof. Anthony Dukes). Professor X. Henry Wang and Professor Murali Mantrala), received a master's degree in computer science from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Emory University in 2007 (supervisor Professor James Lu), and obtained a degree in engineering from the Department of Computer Science and Technology, Tsinghua University in 2004. Bachelor's degree (instructor Professor Dai Meicai). He is currently a professor and doctoral supervisor at the School of Economics and Management of Beihang University, and previously worked at the University of Central Florida Business School.
In 2013, he won the National Scholarship for Outstanding International Students. In the same year, he was awarded the University of Southern California Doctoral Best Teaching Award and the CIBER Best Paper Award. In 2014, he won the Shankar-Spiegel Best Paper Award jointly issued by Northwestern University and Texas A&M University. In 2016, he won the NET Institute Research Fund of NYU Stern School of Business, and served as the project leader of the In-House Research Fund of the University of Central Florida in the same year. He won the University of Central Florida Dean's Research Award from 2018 to 2020. In 2020, he and his team won the China Operations Research Society-Behavioral Operations Research The Best Paper Award of the Management Branch, and was awarded the JEMS Journal Reviewer Certificate in 2021-2022.
Prof. Danglun Luo
Sun Yat-sen University
Research Area: Capital Markets and Corporate Governance
In recent years, he has published 15 articles in SSCI journals such as Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, Accounting&Finance, China Economic Review, Social Science Quarterly, Regional Science and Urban Economics in the past 5 years. He has published more than 40 papers in domestic authoritative academic journals such as "Economic Research", "Management World", "Economics Quarterly" and "Accounting Research".
In 2017, he won the second prize of Guangdong Province Philosophy and Social Science Outstanding Achievement Award, and the third prize of Sichuan Province Social Outstanding Philosophical Achievement Award (2017); in 2018, he won the first prize of Guangdong Finance Annual Conference Excellent Paper Award; in 2018, he won the Ministry of Finance "Accounting Leading Talent" ".
Over the years, a large number of researches have been carried out in the field of government governance and corporate governance, and the research results have also been widely cited by the academic community, which has promoted the development of related disciplines
Prof. Bohui Zhang
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
Research Area: Role of information intermediaries on capital markets, Chinese and foreign capital markets, Fintech, Sustainable finance
Bohui Zhang is the executive dean of School of Management and Economics, presidential chair professor of finance at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, the associate director of Shenzhen Finance Institute, the director of the Center for FinTech and Social Finance and the Co-director of MSc in Data Science Programme (SFI).
He was also the professor of finance at UNSW Business School, UNSW Sydney, and the associate director of the Institute of Global Finance (IGF). He studies FinTech, the media, Chinese capital market, and international capital markets. His papers have been accepted for publication in the global top-tier finance, accounting, and business journals such as the Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, Management Science, Journal of Financial Quantitative and Analysis, Journal of International Business Studies, Review of Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Financial Markets, and Journal of International Money and Finance.
He has also been awarded with research grants from Australian Research Council, the Centre for International Finance and Regulation, Australian School of Business, National Natural Science Foundation of China, and best paper prizes from MIT Asia Conference in Accounting, the Annual Conference on Asia-Pacific Financial Markets of the Korean Securities Association, the Chinese Finance Association Best Paper Symposium, the China Finance Annual Meeting, the Asian Finance Association Conference, China International Conference in Finance, and the Northern Finance Association Conference.
Prof. Tapas Mishra
University of Southampton
Research Area: Long memory; Green finance and corporate culture; Mergers and Acquisition, Climate finance, Small Business Economics, and Innovation-diffusion modelling.
Tapas Mishra is currently a Professor of Financial Economics and Head of Banking and Finance at the Southampton Business School. He is also the founding director of the Centre for Empirical Research in Finance and Banking -a centre which has got a wide network of leading practitioners and financial sector experts from the IMF, the World Bank, the HSBC Bank and the Nationwide Bank, among others.
Tapas is a leading expert in financial economics and advanced econometric modelling, focusing in particular on big data and high-dimensional econometrics, macroprudential policy and stress testing of banks, sustainable finance, corporate finance, and real estate economics. He develops theoretical architecture around these and peripheral themes enabling large-scale empirical testing.
Tapas has lectured on a variety of subjects including, Quantitative Finance, Advanced Panel Data Econometrics, Advanced Time Series Modelling, Corporate Finance, Dynamic Economic Growth, Mathematical Economics and Mathematical Finance.
He has been at the Southampton Business School since 2014, prior to which he worked as an Associate Professor at Swansea University and as a Scientist/Senior Researcher at leading international think-tanks such as the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (in Austria) and the Institute for Future Studies (in Sweden).
Tapas is the recipient of a number of prestigious scholarships, such as from the Ford Foundation and Winrock International, the CORE Fellowship from UCL, Belgium, the Marie Curie Fellowship from the European Commission (for post-doc) and the CNRS Fellowship from BETA, University of Strasbourg, France.
Prof. Tong Li
Research Area: Mobile Internet Industrialization Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship and SME Management Research, Big Data Business Intelligence and Enterprise Operation Management Research, Theoretical Method and Application of Project Technology and Economic Evaluation
Dr. Li Tong, male, professor of the College of Management, the executive director of Institute of Mobile-Internet-Things Industrialization of Shenzhen University. An expert in the database of experts in philosophy and social sciences of Guangdong Province, an expert of the Shenzhen Science and Technology Innovation Commission. A bachelor's degree in mathematics from Hubei Normal University, a master's degree and a PhD degree in system engineering from Huazhong University of Science and Technology. Dr. Li once taught at Wuhan University of Technology and Huazhong University of Science and Technology. As a science and technology envoy, participated in the operation and research and development of enterprises, and once served as the director of the research and development center of Compaq (HP) Scipower E-commerce and the assistant to the chairman of Scipower Electronics.
Assoc. Prof. Danilo V. Mascia
University of Leeds
Research Area: Banking; SME Finance; FinTech
Danilo V. Mascia (IPA: /mæˈʒiːæ/) is an Associate Professor in Banking and FinTech. Prior to joining Leeds, he was an Assistant Professor in Banking at the University of Nottingham.
Dr Mascia’s main research interests include SME Finance, Banking, and Financial Technology (FinTech).
From August 2020 to February 2021, Dr Mascia was involved in the government review of the UK FinTech sector (The Kalifa Review of UK FinTech) launched by HM Treasury in July 2020.
He currently serves as Director of the MSc Banking and International Finance, as well as Deputy Director of the PhD Accounting and Finance within the Centre for Advanced Studies in Finance (CASIF).
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