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Welcome Onboard 14 Young Scholars From Across the World

The HKUST Business School has provided a dynamic and supportive working environment for faculty to develop intellectually and professionally, contributing to the economic and social advancement of Asia. As a magnet for some of the brightest minds, the School has welcomed 14 young and aspiring scholars. They represent a highly diverse mix of faculty from different leading universities and countries including Mainland China, India, Japan, South Korea, and the US. The School’s 140-strong team of faculty will continue upholding its academic leadership and developing business leaders for the region.

1.  Li Xinlei 李莘檑

  • Columbia University
  • Disclosure; Contracting; Corporate Finance; Corporate Governance; Earnings Quality
2.      Zheng Yue鄭悅

  • University of Maryland
  • Accounting; Venture Capital; Earnings Quality
3.      Kawaguchi Kohei川口康平

  • London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Industrial Organization; Quantitative Marketing; Micro-econometrics
4.      Lin Yatang林婭棠

  • London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Environmental Economics; Urban and Regional Economics; International Trade; Economic Growth and Development
5. Ji Yan吉岩

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Macroeconomics; Asset Pricing; Financial Intermediation; Macro-finance

6. Yang Yi楊毅

  • Northwestern University
  • Online Social Network System; Data Mining; Big Data; Deep Learning
7. Bharadwaj Kadiyala

  • University of Texas at Dallas
  • Incentive mechanism for supply and demand management; Empirical operations management; Bayesian inventory management; Promotion planning
8. Shin Dongwook申東煜

  • Columbia University
  • Electronic Commerce; Operations Management; Revenue Management; Probability Models; Online Social Network System
9. Lee Dongwon 李東遠

  • University of Maryland
  • Mobile Commerce; Customer Analytics; Human-computer Interaction; Strategic Use of IT Resources; Field Experiment
10. Chen Yanzhen陳彥臻

  • University of Texas at Austin
  • Big Data; Algorithmic Trading; Deep Learning; Bayesian Analysis; Healthcare

11. Cho Jaee曹資宜

  • Columbia University
  • Cultural Mixing and Globalization; Diversity Ideologies; Creativity; Judgment and Decision Making; Diversity and Conflict
12. Kim Yong H

  • University of Michigan
  • Social Networks; Organizational Networks; Organizational Sociology; Organizational Theory; Corporate Social Responsibility
13. Chaitali (Tali) Kapadia柏嘉麗

  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Emotions; Creativity; Human Attention; Longitudinal Research; Creative Industries
14. David Daniels

  • Stanford University
  • Human Judgement & Decision Processes; Managerial Decision Making; Negotiation and Conflict Management; Organizational Behavior; Workforce Diversity