Staff profile - Daisy Doan

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Dr Daisy Doan

Position: Lecturer
Faculty or Division: Faculty of Business and Law
Department: BL Deakin Business School
Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus
Phone: +61 3 924 46633 +61 3 924 46633


Subjects and units currently teaching


International Financial Markets

Student supervision

Current Supervision

Program of Study


Thesis Title

A Macrofinancial Risk Framework to access the Countercyclical Capital Buffer of Basel III.


Zhisong  Cheng


Ed Lin (main), Daisy (M-P) Doan (associate)

Program of Study


Thesis Title

The role of investment sentiment in asset allocation of institutional investors


Xianan Zhang


Xinwei  Zheng (main), Daisy (M-P) Doan (associate)


Awards and prizes

• RMIT Vice Chancellor's Early Career Development Fellowship: 2011-2012.

• RMIT University Research Price (University Medal) - 2011 Best Ph.D Dissertation.

• RMIT Business Research Excellence - 2011 Best HDR Graduate Award


Research interests

Asset Pricing

Banking Regulation

Research grants

Project title: Asymmetric Market Risk and Systematic Higher Moments - $15,000. 2011 Australian Centre for Financial Studies (ACFS) Academic Research Grant.

Project title: Momentum Trading with Exchanged-Traded Funds - A Low Cost One-size-fits-all Alternative? -  $9000. Deakin Faculty of Business and Law 2012 Research Grant.



Doan, M.P, Alexeev, V., Brooks, R. 2014, “Concurrent momentum and contrarian strategies in the Australian stock", Australian Journal of Management,  forthcoming.

Doan, M.P., C.T. Lin, and M. Chng, 2013, “Higher moments and beta asymmetry: Evidence from Australia”, Accounting and Finance .

Doan, M., Lin, C., 2012, 'On the robustness of higher-moment factors in explaining average stock returns: Evidence from Australia', Research in International Business and Finance 26, 67-78.

Doan, P., Lin, C.T, Zurbruegg, R. 2010, 'Pricing Assets with Higher Moments: Evidence from Australian and the U.S markets', Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money 20, pp.51-57.

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