City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Early Academic Pursuits:
Yueqi Fan's academic journey started with a Bachelor's degree in Management Science from Xiamen University, China, from September 2013 to June 2017. He continued his education at Nanjing University, earning a Master's degree in Management Science from September 2017 to June 2020. Currently, he is a Ph.D. Candidate in Finance at the City University of Hong Kong since September 2020.
Her pursuit of academic excellence and research led him to take on roles as a Teaching Assistant in various finance-related courses. His TA responsibilities include Financial System, Market and Instruments, Financial Management, and Trading Room Workshop, showcasing his commitment to both learning and teaching.
Contributions and Research Focus:
Her primary research fields are Empirical Corporate Finance, Innovation, Venture Capital, and Corporate Bond. He has contributed to the academic community with a forthcoming publication in the Journal of Corporate Finance, titled "The Effects of Government Venture Capital: New Evidence from China Based on A Two-sided Matching Structural Model." Additionally, he has working papers on topics such as international investors, liability of foreignness, and the impact of monetary policy on cross-sectional corporate bond returns.
Accolades and Recognition:
Her earned various honors and awards, including the prestigious Postgraduate Studentship at the City University of Hong Kong (2020-2024). He also received an Academic Scholarship during his time at Nanjing University (2017-2019) and the Zhong He Scholarship at Xiamen University in 2014.
He actively participates in academic conferences such as the China Economics Annual Conference (CEAC), Conference on FinTech, Innovation and Development (CFID), and Chinese Financial Annual Meeting (CFAM). Furthermore, he has contributed as an anonymous reviewer for Research Policy and has been involved in a research project funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.
Legacy and Future Contributions:
Her early academic achievements, research contributions, and active involvement in professional activities position him to make significant future contributions to the field of finance. As a Ph.D. Candidate, he is likely to continue exploring innovative topics in Empirical Corporate Finance and contributing valuable insights to academia. His combination of research, teaching, and language proficiency reflects a well-rounded academic profile with the potential for a lasting impact.