Dr Leung graduated from The University of Manchester, UK with a BA (Hons) degree in Economics and a PhD degree. He also obtained a Master of Social Science (Economics) degree from the University of Hong Kong. Prior to joining the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, he worked for an international bank in Singapore and Hong Kong. Dr Leung's research focuses on foreign financial institutions, money markets and monetary policy in China. His research has been published in Applied Economics, Managerial Decision Economics, Business Horizons and Journal of Contemporary China.
Dr Leung has been appointed by international and local accreditation agencies to provide expert advice on accreditation and quality assurance to the applicant universities. He has also served on different validation panels for business degrees and sub-degrees programmes for local tertiary institutions.
Leung, M.K. (2011). “Hong Kong and the internationalization of the RMB”, China Perspectives, pp.67-77.
Leung, M.K., and LU, Q. (2011). “Changing money market and monetary policy operations in China: an institutional perspective”, Journal of Contemporary China, Vol.20, No.69, pp.287-305.
Leung, M.K. Young, T. and Fung, M. (2008). “The entry and exit decisions of foreign banks in Hong Kong”, Managerial and Decision Economics, Vol. 29, No.6, pp. 503-512
Leung, M.K. and Chan, R. (2006). “Are foreign banks sure winners in Post-WTO China”, Business Horizons, Vol.49. No.3, pp.221-234.
Leung, M.K. and Young, T. (2006). “Bond integration: The Chinese Mainland and Hong Kong”, Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 15, No.47, pp. 297-309.
Leung, M.K. Rigby, D.and Young, T. (2003). “Entry of foreign banks in the PRC: A survival analysis”. Applied Economics, Vol.35, No.1, pp.21-31