Lecturer in Finance
Hui joined Loughborough university in Jan 2016. Before that she studied her PhD in the University of Glasgow, and received her MSc (Banking and Finance) from Bangor University. She also holds a bachelor degree in MORSE (Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics, and Economics) from the University of Warwick.
Hui is mainly interested in research in various topics on behavioural finance and household income. Her recently publications include journal articles in Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Financial Stability, and International Review of Financial Analysis.
Hui currently teaches Corporate Finance (postgraduate level) and Corporate Financial Analysis (postgraduate level).
Behavioural finance, household income
- Li H., Liu H., Siganos A., Zhou MM. 2016. Bank regulation, financial crisis, and the announcement effects of seasoned equity offerings of US commercial banks, Journal of Financial Stability, 25, 37-46.
- Dutordoir M, Li H, Liu H, Verwijmeren P. 2016. Convertible bond announcement effects: Why is Japan different?, Journal of Corporate Finance, 37, 75-92.
- Li H, Liu H, Siganos A. 2014. A comparison of the stock market reactions of convertible bond offerings between financial and non-financial institutions: Do they differ?, International Review of Financial Analysis, 45, 356-366.