The Research Development Group of the Department of Economics and Finance gladly organised a series of research seminars in March and April. The research seminars aim to encourage academic staff members to share and disseminate their research findings.
Throughout these two months, the following research topics were discussed:
|31 March 2016||Are Market Implied Ratings Viable Alternatives to Credit Ratings?||Dr Jeff Shen Assistant Professor|
|7 April 2016||Seasonal Long Memory in Quarterly US Unemployment Rates||Dr Nigel Philip Wilkins Assistant Professor|
|28 April 2016||Financial Integration: Evidence from China’s Stock Markets||Dr Andy Cheng Assistant Professor|
|28 April 2016||Convergence and Mobility of Rural Household Income in China: New Evidence from a Transitional Dynamics Approach||Dr James Cheong Assistant Professor|
Participants of the research seminars actively shared their thoughts and views on the topics. The Research Development Group is looking forward to organising more research seminars in the future. Stay tuned for the invitations!
The Research Development Group aims to encourage and facilitate researches and scholarly activities and to foster academic collaboration and exchange between members of the Department.
Dr Jeff Shen sharing on his research seminar “Are Market Implied Ratings Viable Alternatives to Credit Ratings?”
Dr Nigel Philip Wilkins sharing on his research seminar “Seasonal Long Memory in Quarterly US Unemployment Rates”
Dr Andy Cheng sharing on his research seminar “Financial Integration: Evidence from China’s Stock Markets”
Dr James Cheong sharing on his research seminar “Convergence and Mobility of Rural Household Income in China: New Evidence from a Transitional Dynamics Approach”