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									DONGHUI LI

Personal Details
Gender:           Male
Date of Birth:    26 June, 1972
Residence:        49/12-22 Dora St.,
                  Hurstville, Sydney
                  NSW 2220, Australia
                   Tel: (H) 61-2-9586 2056
                   (W) 61-2-9385 5873
                   (M): 0402 085 482
E-mail:            Donghui@unsw.edu.au
Language:          English and Mandarin

Education:

     1) PhD in Finance
        1998-2001
        School of Banking and Finance
        Faculty of Commerce and Economics
        University of New South Wales
        Sydney, Australia

     2) PhD Qualifying Program
        1997-1998
        School of Banking and Finance
        Faculty of Commerce and Economics
        University of New South Wales
        Sydney, Australia
        The five PhD qualifying subjects with satisfactory grades are:
        Research Methods in Finance 1 & 2 (Advanced Econometrics);
        Financial Decision Making under Uncertainty;
        Advanced Topics in Corporate Finance;
        Advanced Topics in Asset Pricing.
     3) Master of Commerce (Specialized in Advanced Finance)
        1996—1997
        School of Banking and Finance
        Faculty of Commerce and Economics
         University of New South Wales
        Sydney, Australia

     4) Bachelor of Economics (Specialized in Financial Auditing)
        1989-1993
        Department of Auditing
        Faculty of Economics
        Wu Han University
        Wu Han, People’s Republic of China

Academic Awards:

 OPRS ($42,000, Overseas Postgraduate Research Scholarship for PhD
  course at the University of New South Wales) from Australian government.
 FPRS ($48,000, Faculty Postgraduate Research Scholarship) from Faculty
  of Commerce & Economics, the University of New South Wales.
 SRG ($4,100, Special Research Grant) from Faculty of Commerce and
  Economics, the University of New South Wales.

Computer Skills:

Specialized in:
 SHAZAM;
 TSP;
 RATS (including CATS in RATS);
 Excel.

Leisure Interests: Swimming, Running, Table Tennis, Novels and Music.

Current Position: Full-Time Senior Lecturer of Finance at the University of
New South Wales.
Publications:

   1) Donghui Li, Fariborz Moshirian, and Ah-Boon Sim, 2003, The
      Determinants of Intra-Industry Trade in Insurance Services, Journal of
      Risk and Insurance, 70 (2), 269-287.

   2) Donghui Li, and Fariborz Moshirian, 2004, Foreign Direct Investment in
      Insurance Services in the US, Journal of Multinational Financial
      Management, 14, 249-260.

   3) Donghui Li, Fariborz Moshirian, and Ah-Boon Sim, 2004, Intra-Industry
      Trade in Financial Services, Journal of International Money and
      Finance, forthcoming.

  4)Intra-Industry Impacts of the Privatization of Bank of China in Hong
Kong, Journal of Banking and Finance, forthcoming, (with Chen and
Moshirian).



Published Books:

Financial Auditing in China, 1995, Communist Party Central Supervision
Committee Publishing House.

Papers under Reviews of Refereed International Finance Journals

1). Corporate Governance and Globalization: An Analysis of CEO
Compensation in China (with Moshirian, Nguyen, and Tan).

2). Dividend Changes in Japan (with Nguyen).

3). Post IPO Firm Performance and Managerial Ownership in China (with
Tan).

4). Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions (M&As) in Insurance Industry
(with Rosswick).

5). Demand for Life Insurance (with Wee).
Working Papers

1). Foreign Life Insurance Participation in OECD Countries (with Wee).

2). Exchange Rate Exposure of Insurance Companies (with Wee).

3). Corporate Governance and Institutional Investment around the World
(with Zein)
4). Institutional Shareholding and Firm Value (with J., Zein and P., Pham).

5). Globalization of Firms (with J., Zein).

7). Foreign Shareholdings in China (with Z., Chen).




Papers Accepted at Conferences

1). An Econometric Analysis of Foreign Direct Investment in Insurance
Services, presented at the 13th Australasian Finance Conference (Dec 2000,
Sydney), held by the University of New South Wales and Conference of
Money and Finance in Transition – Research in Contemporary and
Historical Finance, (February 2001, Sydney), held by the University of
Western Sydney.

2). The Impact of Exchange Rates, Stock Markets and Interest Rate
Volatility on International Insurance Trade Flows, accepted at the 8th
Annual Conference of the Multinational Finance Society (May 2001, Italy),
held by the State University of New Jersey (Rutgers).

3). Foreign Insurance Companies in Japan, presented at the 14th
Australasian Finance Conference (Dec 2001, Sydney), held by the
University of New South Wales.

4). Privatization of Bank of China in Hong Kong, World Bank Conference
(Nov 2003, Washington).

Papers Currently Working
1). Mergers and Acquisitions (M&As) by Business Groups in China –Value-
enhancing or Tuneling? (with Cole).

2). Price Discovery in Chinese Stock Exchanges between A-, B-, and H-
Shares (with Yang).

3). Demutualization of Insurance Companies

4). Market Micro-Structure in China (with Chen).

5). Insurance M&As and CEO Compensation (with White).

6). Foreign Shareholding and Stock Volatility in China (with Chen).

7). The Impacts of Exchange Rate and Interest Rate Volatility on the US
Trade Flows (with Milunovich)

8). Forced CEO Turnover and Firm Performance in Australia (with Pham)

9). IPO Listings around the World (with Ng)

10). Bancassurance

11). The Impacts of Exchange Rate and Interest Rate Shocks on Insurance
stock Returns

12). Information Flows for Three Market Listing Firms – Trivariate GARCH
Approach

13). Institutional Allocation of IPOs (with Pham).
5). World IPOs (with D., NG).

10). Bi-Variate GARCH and Cointegration Analysis of China's Stock Markets (with A., Sim and Z., Chen).

21). Foreign shareholding and stock volatility around the world (with Kwong)

75). Tri-variate GARCH analysis of US, UK and Japanese all-listed stocks




Referee for the Following Finance Journals
Journal of Banking and Finance

Journal of Multinational Financial Management



Career History: Teaching Experience

July 2001 until now

Full-time Lecturer/Senior Lecturer of Finance at the University of New
South Wales

Teaching Subjects:
FINS 3651/5551 International Insurance Management
FINS 3631/5531 Risk and Insurance
GENC 3001       Understanding Asian Banking and Finance

China Program Teaching Subjects (Beijing):
FINS 7512 Corporate Finance
FINS 7531 Risk and Insurance

July 2000 until June 2001

Lecturer at the University of Sydney

Teaching Subjects:
FINC 3001 International Financial Management
FINC 3002 Derivative Management

Associate Lecturer and Course Coordinator at the University of Sydney
Teaching Subjects:
FINC 3001 International Financial Management
FINC 3002 Derivative Management
FINC 3007 Investments and Portfolio Management

July 1999 until June 2001

Part-time Lecturer and Tutor at the University of New South Wales
Teaching subject:
GENC 3001 Understanding Asian Banking and Finance.
Tutoring subject:
FINS 5513 Security Valuation and Portfolio Analysis.

March 1999 until June 1999

Lecturer in MBA (Mandarin) program at the University of Technology,
Sydney

Teaching Subject: International Finance

Part-II Industry Experience

   July 1993 to April 1996: Department of Auditing of People’s Republic
   of China

  Agent Description: Constituent Department of State Council of PRC

  Position: Financial Auditor and Project Manager

  Responsibilities:

   A. Supervising the economic activities of the central bank and commercial
      banks as well as the insurance companies of China. The routine work
      includes verification of the credibility, accuracy and regulatory
      alignment of accounting reports: Balance Sheet, Loss/Profit Statement
      and Cash Flow Statement.

         The banks involved are: People’s Bank of China (China’s central
         bank), The Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, The
         Construction Bank of China, The Bank of China, and the
         Agricultural Bank of China. The insurance companies involved are
         PICC (The People’s Insurance Company of China) and the Pacific
         Insurance Company of China. The banking-related security
         companies involved are Hai Tong Security Company, and so on.
B. Conducting research and analysis in cost reduction, operation efficiency
   and international competitiveness situation in all of the general
   commercial banks of China.

C. Investment and lending activity analysis.

								
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