Besides welcoming (back) students this week, we are also welcoming Helen, Safi, Mary, Elise, Van and Mohammad to LBS.
Dr Helen Yang
Besides her extensive knowledge and experience as an accounting academic, Helen brings a wide knowledge of China as well. Prior to her appointment, Helen held academic positions in Australia and China, including the Head of Accounting & Information Systems at Victoria University, a role that she held until recently.
Dr Md Safiullah
Md Safiullah (Safi) completed his PhD degree at The University of Newcastle in Australia. His research interest is in the areas of banking efficiency, liquidity creation and risk, corporate governance, Islamic banking and finance. He has published research papers in a number of reputed finance journals including the Journal of Corporate Finance (ABDC A*) and Pacific-Basin Finance Journal (ABDC A).
Dr Mary Ma
Mary completed her PhD in May 2018 at Massey University in New Zealand. Her research has been published in internationally respected academic journals, such as the International Review of Financial Analysis and the Pacific-Basin Finance Journal. Mary’s teaching interests include applied econometrics, international finance, microeconomics, investment analysis and business finance.
Dr Elise Lee
Elise earned her PhD degree at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Elise taught human resource management and management courses at the University of San Francisco and Washington State University as an assistant professor prior to joining LBS. She conducts research in the areas of team processes and conflict, workplace fairness, and strategic human resource management.
Dr Van Vu
Van joins us from the Newcastle Business School (Australia). Her main research interests include issues related to bank loan contracts, bond contracts, and the choice between public and private debt finance. Her other research interests include corporate liquidity management and recently market micro-structure.
Dr Mohammad Al Mamun
Md Al Mamun completed his PhD degree in finance at La Trobe University. His research interests are in empirical corporate finance and capital market research. His recent work focuses on the implication of power structure of top management team and unveiling the implications of culture (corporate and local) in corporate finance.