Dr. Jiang Li is an Associate Professor of Finance and serves as the Deputy DMgt Program Director. He holds BSc in Mathematics from Nankai University, MBA from York University, and PhD in Finance from Concordia University. He worked at York University and Hong Kong Baptist University before joining PolyU. His research interests include corporate investments, IPO, short selling, and international capital markets.
Does Short Selling Enhance the Allocational Role of Stock Price? Evidence from Hong Kong. with L. Pang, Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting. Forthcoming.
Does Free Cash Flow Problem Contribute to Excess Stock Return Synchronicity? with W. Cheung, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 46 (2016), 123 - 140.
The Influence of Ownership Structure, Analyst Following and Institutional Infrastructure on Stock Price Informativeness: International Evidence. with J.-B. Kim and L. Pang, Accounting and Finance, 54 (2014), 885-919.
Insiders’ Incentives for Asymmetric Disclosure and Firm-Specific Information Flows. with J.-B. Kim and L. Pang, Journal of Banking and Finance, 37 (2013), 3562–3576.
Investor Sentiment and IPO Pricing during Pre-Market and Aftermarket Periods: Evidence from Hong Kong. with G. Li, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal,23 (2013), 65–82. The PBFJ Best Paper Award at the 2012 AsFA conference.
Control-Ownership Wedge and Investment Sensitivity to Stock Price. with J.-B. Kim and L. Pang, Journal of Banking and Finance, 35 (2011), 2856–2867. The Best Paper Award in Finance Stream at the 2009 AFAANZ Conference.