Dr Matthew Li

Personal profile

Dr. Matthew Li received his PhD in Economics from Trinity College, University of Dublin and has been teaching postgraduate courses in Business Economics, and Finance at the School of Management, RHUL since 2012. He is currently the Director of the Accounting, Finance and Economics Undergraduate Programme, Coordinator of the Junior Year Abroad Programme, and Member of the College Race Equality Team.

 

Dr. Li is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a journal reviewer of Internet Banking & Commerce, and the Journal of Applied Financial Economics.He has published academic papers on various topics including: property market movements, international financial regulations, bond yields and financial crisis analysis.  

Research interests

Dr. Li's research interests can be categorised into three main areas: 1) Economics: Macroeconomics and Behavioural Economic Theories; 2) Finance: Behavioural Finance, Financial Market Volatility, Property Market Movements, Corporate Governance, Fair Value Accounting, Credit Default Swaps, Financial Crisis, Term Structure of Interest Rates; and 3) Public Policy: International Financial Regulations, Resource Allocation Efficiency.

 

Dr. Li welcomes proposals from well-qualified prospective PhD students wishing to undertake theoretical or quantitative empirical (time series or panel data) research in the areas of Behavioural Economics, Behavioural Finance, and Property Market Volatility.

Teaching

MN5118 International Business Economics (MSc)

MN5568 Entreprenuerial Finance (MSc)

MN5135 Financial Analysis and Markets (MBA)

MN5107 International Investment Management (MSc, MBA)

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