Financial accounting; Corporate governance; Corporate finance.
Lingwei Li is a Lecturer of Accounting. Her research interests are centred in financial accounting, corporate governance, and corporate finance. Lingwei’s work on topics including proxy voting, mergers and acquisitions, and board of director behaviour appears in international outlets including Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal and Accounting & Finance.
Daniliuc, S., Li, L. and Wee, M., Busy directors and firm performance: Evidence from Australian mergers. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, forthcoming.
Li, L. and Zhang, H., The devil is in the detail? Investors’ mispricing of proxy voting outcomes on M&A deals. Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, forthcoming.
Daniliuc, S., Li, L. and Wee, M., Busy directors and firm performance: a replication and extension of Hauser. Accounting & Finance, forthcoming.
2016, Best Paper Award in Applied Corporate Finance at the 2016 Midwest Finance Association Annual Meeting.
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