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Liu, Bin Dr.

Lecturer

  • Faculty of Business and Law
  • Discipline: Finance
  • School of Business

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2020 Do valued independent directors matter to commercial bank performance?
    Published in   International Review of Economics and Finance
    2018 Is Knowledge Cursed When Forecasting the Forecasts of Others?
    Published in   Journal of Behavioral Finance
    2016 CEO's managerial power, board committee memberships and idiosyncratic volatility
    Published in   International Review of Financial Analysis
    2016 The pricing of idiosyncratic volatility: an Australian study
    Published in   Australian Journal of Management

Research Overview


  • Dr Bin Liu's research interests are:

    • Asset pricing models
    • Stock markets
    • Idiosyncratic volatility
    • Market risk
    • Portfolio management
    • Stock performance
    • Momentum 
    • Asset allocation
    • Behavioral finance
    • Blockchain technology

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


  • Asset pricing
    Portfolio management
    Blockchain and cryptocurrency 

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy To be confirmed
    Doctor of Philosophy Exploring the effects of climate change disclosure on stock markets Ding, Dong
    Doctor of Philosophy THE EFFECT OF FIRM-LEVEL ECONOMIC POLICY UNCERTAINTY IN FINANCIAL MARKETS Nguyen, Ha
    Doctor of Philosophy Pricing Callable Convertible Bonds Ai, Lin

Education And Training


  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Master of Commerce, The Integration between Australian Stock Market and Real Estate Market
  • Ph.D. in (Economics and Finance), RMIT University, Dissertation Title: An Examination of the Idiosyncratic Volatility in Australia

Awards And Honors


Teaching Overview


  • Lecturer in Finance, University of Wollongong, Oct 2016 - Current

    Lecturer, RMIT, June 2012 – Oct 2016
    • Lecturing onshore postgraduate level BAFI1075 International Finance in RMIT Melbourne campus.
    • Lecturing onshore and offshore International Finance courses in both RMIT Melbourne campus and RMIT Singapore campus (third year core courses for Bachelor of Economics and Finance program). 
    • Responsibilities include course design and development, course delivery, assessment and administration.

    Senior Trading Simulation Instructor , RMIT, June 2011 - Oct 2016
    • Conducting trading simulation classes for both first year core course BAFI1002 Financial Markets and third year core course BAFI1018 International Finance. Both courses are the core courses for Bachelor of Economics and Finance program at School of Economics, Finance and Marketing, RMIT University.
    • Teaching students the concepts of foreign exchange trading and allowing student to get familiar with the simulated trading environment. 

Full Name


  • Dr. Bin Liu

Mailing Address


  • School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, UOW

    Northfields Ave

    Wollongong

    NSW

    2522

    Australia

Geographic Location


Located In Facility


Top Publications


    Year Title
    2020 Do valued independent directors matter to commercial bank performance?
    Published in   International Review of Economics and Finance
    2018 Is Knowledge Cursed When Forecasting the Forecasts of Others?
    Published in   Journal of Behavioral Finance
    2016 CEO's managerial power, board committee memberships and idiosyncratic volatility
    Published in   International Review of Financial Analysis
    2016 The pricing of idiosyncratic volatility: an Australian study
    Published in   Australian Journal of Management

Research Overview


  • Dr Bin Liu's research interests are:

    • Asset pricing models
    • Stock markets
    • Idiosyncratic volatility
    • Market risk
    • Portfolio management
    • Stock performance
    • Momentum 
    • Asset allocation
    • Behavioral finance
    • Blockchain technology

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


  • Asset pricing
    Portfolio management
    Blockchain and cryptocurrency 

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy To be confirmed
    Doctor of Philosophy Exploring the effects of climate change disclosure on stock markets Ding, Dong
    Doctor of Philosophy THE EFFECT OF FIRM-LEVEL ECONOMIC POLICY UNCERTAINTY IN FINANCIAL MARKETS Nguyen, Ha
    Doctor of Philosophy Pricing Callable Convertible Bonds Ai, Lin

Education And Training


  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Master of Commerce, The Integration between Australian Stock Market and Real Estate Market
  • Ph.D. in (Economics and Finance), RMIT University, Dissertation Title: An Examination of the Idiosyncratic Volatility in Australia

Awards And Honors


Teaching Overview


  • Lecturer in Finance, University of Wollongong, Oct 2016 - Current

    Lecturer, RMIT, June 2012 – Oct 2016
    • Lecturing onshore postgraduate level BAFI1075 International Finance in RMIT Melbourne campus.
    • Lecturing onshore and offshore International Finance courses in both RMIT Melbourne campus and RMIT Singapore campus (third year core courses for Bachelor of Economics and Finance program). 
    • Responsibilities include course design and development, course delivery, assessment and administration.

    Senior Trading Simulation Instructor , RMIT, June 2011 - Oct 2016
    • Conducting trading simulation classes for both first year core course BAFI1002 Financial Markets and third year core course BAFI1018 International Finance. Both courses are the core courses for Bachelor of Economics and Finance program at School of Economics, Finance and Marketing, RMIT University.
    • Teaching students the concepts of foreign exchange trading and allowing student to get familiar with the simulated trading environment. 

Full Name


  • Dr. Bin Liu

Mailing Address


  • School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, UOW

    Northfields Ave

    Wollongong

    NSW

    2522

    Australia

Geographic Location


Located In Facility