Dr. Feng Wu (Harry) is an Assistant Professor in the team of Finance, Financial Services, and Economics at the School of Accounting and Finance, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is also a CFA Charterholder and a member of the Hong Kong Society of Financial Analyst.
Dr. Wu’s research areas are empirical asset pricing, behavioral finance and FinTech. He is also interested in topics relevant to financial accounting. Dr. Wu has experiences in teaching both undergraduate and Master courses including investments and portfolio management, financial engineering and derivatives, risk management, and corporate finance.
“Accounting-based downside risk, cost of capital, and the macroeconomy” (with Yaniv Konchitchki, Yan Luo, Mary Ma), Review of Accounting Studies 21 (2016), 1-36. (Lead article)
“Extreme downside risk and expected stock returns” (with Wei Huang, Qianqiu Liu, Ghon Rhee), Journal of Banking and Finance 36 (2012): 1492-1502
-- presented at 2009 WFA meeting
“Anything wrong with breaking a buck? An empirical evaluation of NASDAQ’s $1 minimum bid price maintenance criterion” (with Ghon Rhee), Journal of Financial Markets 15 (2012): 258-285