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Alumnus Kun Li (Ph.D. Finance ‘15), an Assistant Professor of Finance at Beijing Normal University, has been selected to receive a national grant from the Ministry of Education of China (RMB 200,000). This grant is for Teaching and Education Reform of Central Universities in China. The Ministry of Education of China launched the University Curriculum Revolution, in order to encourage teaching innovation and enrich the ...

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A paper titled titled, “The electricity market price: volatility, pattern and forecast analysis” by Kun Li (Ph.D. Finance ‘15), Assistant Professor of Finance at Beijing Normal University and Joseph Cursio, adjunct faculty and PhD candidate at the Stuart School of Business, has been published in the “Current and FutureChallenges to Energy Security - 2nd AIEE Energy Symposium Conference Proceedings” (ISBN: 978-88- 942781-0- 1).

The AIEE...

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A paper by Kun Li (Ph.D. Finance ‘15), Ben Van Vliet, Assistant Professor of Finance,  and Rick Cooper, Assistant Professor of Finance has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Behavioral Finance. The paper is titled “How Does High Frequency Trading Affect Low Frequency Trading?”. Kun is Assistant Professor of Finance at Beijing Normal University. 

High Frequency Trading dominates trading in financial markets. However, its impact on Low Frequency Trading is still unclear. This paper...

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Alumnus Kun Li (Ph.D. Finance ‘15), an Assistant Professor of Finance at Beijing Normal University, has been selected to receive the Outstanding Young Faculty Research Grant, one of the most competitive, top-level awards in China. The grant supports promising and outstanding scholars and professionals under 35 with funding from the Government of Beijing and Organization Department of the...

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Research by IIT Stuart faculty was featured prominently at the Tuesday, May 20 STAC Summit presented by the Securities Technology Analysis Center (STAC).

The day-long conference began with a mini-symposium led by ...

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