XUE Lifei, PhD in Business Administration(Finance)


Release date:2021/12/31
  • Share to:

 

Lifei XUE, PhD in Business Administration(Finance)

Assistant Professor of Finance

 

Contact Details

Telephone: 8590-2627

Email: lfxue@cityu.mo

 

WOS ResearcherID: KRP-8266-2024

ScopusID: 59035714300

ORCID: 0009-0004-7256-9586

 

Education:

Ph.D. in Business Administration (Finance), University of Texas at El Paso

Master of Science in Finance, University of Tulsa

Bachelor of Arts in Economics East China University of Political Science and Law

 

Life Xue is currently working as the assistant professor of Finance, Faculty of Finance at City University of Macau. He finished his undergraduate education at the East China University of Political Science and Law. He earned his Master Degree from University of Tulsa. He received his PhD degree from University of Texas at El Paso. He previously taught at University of North Georgia. His major research interests are Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Influence of Financial Analyst, Usefulness of Financial Forecasts, Executive Compensation, and Financial Market Learning. His works has been presented in various academic conferences including Financial Management Association European Annual Meeting, Eastern Finance Association Annual Meeting and Southwestern Finance Association Annual Meeting.

 

Teaching Areas

Business Finance, Investment, Derivatives and Risk Management, Portfolio Analysis, Financial Analysis of Firm, Valuation, International Finance.

 

Research Areas

Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Influence of Financial Analyst, Usefulness of Financial Forecasts, Executive Compensation, Financial Market Learning

 

Work Experience

2021-present:    Assistant Professor of Finance, City University of Macau

2019-2020:          Limited-term Faculty in Finance, University of North Georgia

 

Research Paper Presented at Academic conference

  1. Faith (feixue) Xie, Lifei Xue (2018) “Do Revised Forecasts Help Market Understand Post-Earnings Announcement Drift”, EFA, Philadelphia, USA.
  2.  Faith (feixue) Xie, Lifei Xue (2019) “How Does Asymmetrical Learning in Bad Times Affect Analyst’s Decision on Following a Firm?”, SWFA, Houston, USA.


 
Views:1210

課程課表
Timetable