Assistant Professor of Finance and Economics, Director of PhD Programme, Faculty of Social Sciences
Dr Tang Kin Boon teaches a variety of finance modules for both postgraduate and undergraduate programmes. His areas of teaching include investments, financial risk management, and international finance. Dr Tang's research interests lie in the field of derivative markets, financial economics, quantitative economics, and international finance. His most recent research inquiries involve a comprehensive analysis of investors' distinct risk-averse behaviour towards investment decisions and optimal futures hedging strategies. He has authored and co-authored several research papers published in leading academic journals, such as Economic Modeling, Journal of Asset Management, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, and Journal of Financial Services Marketing, among others. Dr Tang is the recipient of the Taiwan Fellowship Programme 2019 sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
Capital Market Analysis; Derivative Investments; Corporate Finance; Financial Markets; Computational Finance
Kin Boon's research interests include hedging strategies with financial derivatives, stock market reactions to crises, international parity relations, asset pricing models and financial modeling. His… read more
Kin Boon's research interests include hedging strategies with financial derivatives, stock market reactions to crises, international parity relations, asset pricing models and financial modeling. His current research is looking at the linkages between behavioural factors and decisional investment making.
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