Dr Hui Li

Dr Hui Li

The Department of Finance
Lecturer in Finance

Contact details

Address
Birmingham Business School
University House
116 Edgbaston Park Road
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TY

Hui Li is a Lecturer in Finance at the University of Birmingham. Before joining Birmingham, Hui was a lecturer at Loughborough University. She obtained her PhD degree from University of Glasgow in 2017.

She is mainly interested in research in various topics on security issuance and behaviour finance. Her recently publications include journal articles in Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Financial Stability, Journal of Journal of International Money and Finance, and International Review of Financial Analysis.

Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in Accounting and Finance, University of Glasgow, 2011-2016
  • MSc in Banking and Finance, Bangor University, 2009-2010
  • BSc in MORSE (Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics, Economics) University of Warwick, 2006-2009

Teaching

  • MSc Advanced Corporate Financial Management
  • MSc International Finance and Accounting (Dubai)

Postgraduate supervision

Corporate finance

Publications

Hu, N., Li, L., Li, H. and Wang, X., (2020). Do mega-mergers create value? The acquisition experience and mega-deal outcomes. Journal of Empirical Finance, 55, pp.119-142.

Li, H., Liu, H., and Veld, C., (2018). The Effects of Bank Regulation Stringency on Bank Seasoned Equity offerings? Journal of International Money and Finance. 91, 71-85.

Li, H., Liu, H., Verwijmeren, P., and Dutordoir, M., (2016). Convertible Bond Announcement Effects: Why is Japan Different? Journal of Corporate Finance37, 76-92.

Li, H., Liu, H., Siganos, A., and Zhou, M-M., (2016). The Information Content of Bank Regulation: Empirical Evidence on the Announcement Effects of SEOs Between Banks and Non-banks. Journal of Financial Stability25, 37-46.

Li, H., Liu, H., and Siganos, A., (2015). 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.