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A/Prof. Xiaoyang Li

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Position

Associate Professor

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

Department

Deakin Business School

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Biography

Xiaoyang Li is an Associate Professor in the Department of Finance at Deakin Business School. Prior to joining Deakin, he was an Associate Professor of Finance at the Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF), Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He received his PhD from the University of Michigan in 2011.

He has published in the Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Finance, Strategic Management Journal, and Journal of Corporate Finance, among others. His broad teaching and research interests cover topics in mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and innovation.

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Research interests

Mergers and Acquisitions

Corporate Governance

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Units taught

Corporate Finance

Professional activities

Google Scholar:

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Bkw5amMAAAAJ&hl=zh-CN

Awards

2010 Kauffman Dissertation Fellow

Publications

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2021

Autonomy, incentive and trade: How does trade liberalisation reshape corporate decentralisation in China?

X Li, X Zhou

(2021), Vol. 44, pp. 3050-3068, World Economy, C1

journal article

The complicit role of local government authorities in corporate bribery: evidence from a tax collection reform in China

Chunfang Cao, Xiaoyang Li, Changyuan Xia

(2021), Vol. 65, pp. 1-14, China economic review, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Diversity and inclusion: Evidence from corporate inventors

Chunfang Cao, Xiaohui Li, Xiaoyang Li, Cheng Zeng, Xuan Zhou

(2021), Vol. 64, pp. 295-316, Journal of Empirical Finance, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article
2019

Imitating to export

X Li, A Liu

(2019), Vol. 53, pp. 254-270, China economic review, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal article

Political uncertainty and cross-border acquisitions

Chunfang Cao, Xiaoyang Li, Guilin Liu

(2019), Vol. 23, pp. 439-470, Review of finance, Oxford, Eng., C1-1

journal article
2017

Origin matters: the differential impact of import competition on innovation

X Li, M Zhou

(2017), Vol. 36, pp. 386-427, Advances in Strategic Management, Bingley, England, B1-1

book chapter

Career concerns and the busy life of the young CEO

Xiaoyang Li, Angie Low, Anil Makhija

(2017), Vol. 47, pp. 88-109, Journal of corporate finance, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal article

Offshoring pollution while offshoring production?

Xiaoyang Li, Yue Zhou

(2017), Vol. 38, pp. 2310-2329, Strategic management journal, Chichester, Eng., C1-1

journal article

Does brain drain lead to institutional gain?

Xiaoyang Li, John McHale, Xuan Zhou

(2017), Vol. 40, pp. 1454-1472, The world economy, Chichester, Eng., C1-1

journal article
2016

The curious case of converts

Xiaoyang Li, Shannon Lin, Alan Tucker

(2016), Vol. 31, pp. 1-17, Global finance journal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal article
2015

Origin matters: The differential impact of import competition on innovation

X Li, Y Zhou

(2015), pp. 1-40, Working Paper, Ann Arbor, Michigan, C1-1

journal article
2013

Productivity, restructuring, and the gains from takeovers

Xiaoyang Li

(2013), Vol. 109, pp. 250-271, Journal of financial economics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal article
2012

Workers, unions, and takeovers

Xiaoyang Li

(2012), Vol. 33, pp. 443-460, Journal of labor research, New York, N.Y., C1-1

journal article
2011

Subsidiary divestiture and acquisition in a financial crisis: operational focus, financial constraints, and ownership

Yue Zhou, Xiaoyang Li, Jan Svejnar

(2011), Vol. 17, pp. 272-287, Journal of corporate finance, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal article

Funded Projects at Deakin

Industry and Other Funding

Do market-wide circuit breakers calm markets or panic them? Evidence from COVID-19 pandemic

A/Prof Xiaoyang Li

Accounting & Finance Assoc of Australian & New Zealand Grant - Research

  • 2020: $6,500

Supervisions

No completed student supervisions to report