Dr. Ken is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Nottingham University Business School. He received his doctorate in Business Economics from Monash University Malaysia and has taught a number of modules on finance for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes over the years. His research publications span across multiple leading academic peer-reviewed journals, including the International Review of Finance, Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, and Pacific-Basin Finance Journal.
Ken teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate students at the Nottingham University Business School. The modules he currently teaches are as follows:
Undergraduate modules: Corporate Finance, Finance in the Global Market, International Finance
Postgraduate Modules: International Finance
Prior to joining the University of Nottingham, he has taught modules on Corporate Finance, Financial Engineering and Models, Financial Market Analysis, Financial Markets and Institutions, Investments, and Portfolio Theory.
His research interests revolve around the clustering of underwriting fees, underwriter certification, wealth transfers in seasoned equity offerings from shareholder nonparticipation, and instruments… read more
CHIN-CHONG LEE, SHAW WARN TOO and KUAN SAN OOI, 2022. International Journal of Managerial Finance Clustering of percentage gross spreads and the avoidance of underwriter switching.
LEE, CHIN-CHONG, POON, WAI-CHING and SINNAKKANNU, JOTHEE, 2018. Selection Bias and the Underwriter Certification of the Largest Shareholders in Seasoned Equity Offerings INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF FINANCE. 18(2), 217-251 LEE, CHIN-CHONG and POON, WAI-CHING, 2018. Wealth transfers in rights offerings and the protective instruments JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY ACCOUNTING & ECONOMICS. 14(3), 335-357
LEE, CHIN-CHONG, POON, WAI-CHING and SINNAKKANNU, JOTHEE, 2014. Why are rights offers in Hong Kong so different? Pacific-Basin Finance Journal. 26, 176-197
His research interests revolve around the clustering of underwriting fees, underwriter certification, wealth transfers in seasoned equity offerings from shareholder nonparticipation, and instruments to mitigate wealth transfers.