Assistant Professor Department of Economics and Finance
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Dr Wojewodzki is an Assistant Professor of Finance, a Leader of the Finance Pathway in Master of Business Management, and a Co-Editor-in-Chief of the HSUHK Business Review. He published several papers in high-quality academic journals such as the European Journal of Finance; Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money; Annals of Economics and Finance. Before joining the HSUHK in 2019, Dr Wojewodzki had worked as a university lecturer in London, Cardiff, Glasgow, and China. During that time, he taught over 25 different undergraduate and master level courses in Finance, Economics, Risk Management, Statistics and Econometrics. Dr Wojewodzki is a Certified Management & Business Educator (CMBE) and a keen practitioner of blended learning. His teaching interests include Financial Management, Corporate (International) Finance, and Financial Institutions & Markets. Michal spends his free time lifting heavy weights at the gym, hiking and exploring Hong Kong with his wife and two kids.
Research and Teaching Interests
Credit Ratings, Country’s Financial Orientation, Banking Regulation, Capital Structure, Capital Buffers, Market Discipline, Asymmetric Information, Financial Crises, CO2 emissions
Intellectual Contributions (Publications, Conferences, Books, Book Chapters, etc.)
Liu, X., Yu, J., Cheong, T.S., and Wojewodzki, M. (2022). The future evolution of housing price-to-income ratio in 171 Chinese cities. Annals of Economics and Finance, 23(1), 159-196.
Cheong, T.S., Williams, A.D., and Wojewodzki, M. (2022). Transitional dynamics and the evolution of information transparency: a global analysis. Estudios de Economìa, 49(1), 31-60, Forthcoming
Liu, X., Cheong, T.S., Yu, J., and Wojewodzki, M. (2022). Transitional dynamics and spatial convergence of house-price-to-income ratio in urban China. (2022). Economics Bulletin, Accepted
Cheong, T.S., Y. Wu, M. Wojewodzki, and N. Ma. (2021). The impacts of globalization on inequality in the post-COVID-19 world: evidence from China. Frontiers in Public Health, 9.
Lee, W.C., J. Shen, T.S. Cheong, and M. Wojewodzki. (2021). Detecting conflicts of interest in credit rating changes: a distribution dynamics approach. Financial Innovation, 7 (45).
Wojewodzki, M., A. Boateng, and S. Brahma. (2020). Credit rating, banks' capital structure and speed of adjustment: a cross-country analysis. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 69.
Wojewodzki, M., W. Poon, and J. Shen. (2018). The role of credit ratings on capital structure and its speed of adjustment: an international study. European Journal of Finance, 24(9), 735-760.
AIB Asia Pacific Regional Conference, Bangkok, Thailand (2021)
World Finance Conference, Kristiansand, Norway (2021)
SIBR Tokyo, Japan (2021)
World Finance Banking Symposium, Riga, Latvia (2020)
AIBSEAR Conference, Hong Kong (2020)
The 22nd Malaysian Finance Association Conference (2020)
Annual Meeting of the FMA International, Nashville, the U.S. (2014)
21st Annual Multinational Finance Society Conference, Prague, Czechia (2013)
AABRI Conference, Orlando, The U.S. (2013)
SIBR Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2013)
Business and Professional Engagement (including membership):
Fellow at The International Centre for Economic Analysis
American Finance Association
Academy of International Business
Royal Economic Society
A lifetime member of Beta Gamma Sigma
School of Business
Lee Quo Wei Academic Building, Yuen Campus,
The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong,
Hang Shin Link, Siu Lek Yuen, Shatin,