Job: VC2020 Lecturer in Accounting and Finance
Faculty: Business and Law
School/department: Faculty of Business and Law
Address: Hugh Aston Building, De Montfort University.
T: 0116 257 7446
Ming-Tsung Lin joined Department of Accounting and Finance as VC2020 lecturer in September 2016 from the University of Westminster where he was a visiting lecturer, after completing his PhD in the University of Manchester in 2015. His academic background is linked to the financial derivatives and the market risks. During his PhD study, his research areas are credit default swaps (CDS) and hedge funds.
Asset pricing model
Entrepreneurial Finance and Financial Management
BA in Economics
MSc in Money and Banking
PhD in Accounting and Finance
Financial Risk Manager (FRM) by GARP, obtained in 2009.
(2016) Financial Management Association (FMA) European Conference, Finland.
(2015) Young Finance Scholars’ Conference, University of Sussex, UK.
(2014) Financial Engineering and Banking Society (FEBS) Conference, UK.
(2014) Young Finance Scholars' Conference, University of Sussex, UK.
(2013) Financial Engineering and Banking Society (FEBS) Conference, France.
(2013) Marie Curie ITN Conference on Financial Risk Management & Risk Reporting, German.
Ming-Tsung Lin, Olga Kovlokolva, Ser-Huang Poon, “Systematic and Firm-specific
Credit and Illiquidity Risks of CDS Spreads”, Working Paper.
Ming-Tsung Lin, Olga Kovlokolva, Ser-Huang Poon, “Anatomize DOOM-CDS Linkage”, Working Paper.
Olga Kolokolova, Ming-Tsung Lin, Ser-Huang Poon, “Too Big to Ignore? Hedge Fund Flows and Bond Yields”, Working Paper Submitted to Journal of Banking and Finance (Under Review).
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