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Dr Hong Li

PhD (London Guildhall University), PGCH (Univeristy of Nottingham)
Assistant Professor

Division: Finance, Risk and Banking
Centre/Institute: China Research Group
E-mail: Hong.Li@nottingham.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 115 7484148
Location: C43 (South Building, Jubilee Campus)

Dr Hong Li is an assistant professor and teaches Introduction to Finance and Research Methods.

She conducts empirical research in the areas of growth convergence and financial markets and has published in peer-reviewed journals, such as Applied Financial Economics, Empirical Economics, Energy Policy, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance and Research in International Business and Finance. Currently Hong Li is working on Brexit and stock market spillovers across Europe.

Research Interests
Stock market spillovers and linkages; asset pricing and market integration; high frequency data and time series methods

Administrative Roles
Director of MSci/BSc Accounting & Finance for Contemporary China
Director of MSci/BSc Business & Economy of Contemporary China
I am module convenor of the following modules:


Undergraduate

Business Finance (N11605)


MSc

Research Methods for Business and Finance (T14111)


Details of all modules can be found on MyNottingham

 

Publications from 2005 to the present day

Journal Articles

Li, H. (2018), "Residual state ownership and stock market integration: Evidence from Chinese partly privatised firms", Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Vol.67, 100-112, forthcoming 2018.

Li, H. (2013), "Integration versus segmentation in China's stock market: An analysis of time-varying beta risks", Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, Vol.25, 88-105.

Li, H. (2012), "The impact of China's stock market reforms on its international stock market linkages", Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Vol.52, 358-368.

Li, H.; Lin, S. (2011), "Do emerging economies matter in the world oil pricing system? Evidence of Imported Crude by China and India", Energy Policy, Vol.39, 4626-4630.

Oskooe, A.; Li, H.; Shamsavari, A. (2010), "The Random Walk Hypothesis in an Emerging Stock Market", International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Vol.50, 51-61.



Discussion Papers

Li, H.; Daly, V. 2015, "Stock market integration and financial crises: Evidence from Chinese sectoral portfolios", China Policy Institute working paper series, 33-48, forthcoming 2015.

 

 

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