MSc, PhD, ACCA, FHEA
Dr Chunxia Jiang is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Finance and the Programme Leader of the MSc International Business and Finance, at the Business School, University of Aberdeen. Prior to joining Aberdeen in 2019, She was a Lecturer in Accounting and Finance at Newcastle University London, and Lecturer & Senior Lecturer in Economics at Middlesex University Business School, UK.
Chunxia holds PhD in Economics and MSc Money, Banking and Finance from Middlesex University Business School, UK. Chunxia also holds visiting positions at Bank of Finland and a number of universities in China, such as University of Chongqing, Xi’an Jiaotong University, Beijing University of Technology, and Hainan University.
Chunxia’s research works have appeared in leading peer-reviewed academic journals such as the Journal of Banking & Finance, Journal of Financial Stability, International Journal of Finance & Economics, International Review of Financial Analysis, and Energy Economics. Her research works have also appeared in top economics journal in China to enhance the impact of her research. Chunxia has published a research monograph: Chinese Banking Reform - From the Pre-WTO to Financial Crisis and Beyond by Palgrave Macmillan.
Programme Leader: MSc International Business and Finance
Main research interests are in the areas of banking and financial markets, including bank efficiency, financial stability, credit markets, corporate finance, investment efficiency, and productivity.
Current research focuses on green finance, shadow banking, and financing issues relating to China's Belt and Road initiative.
Funding and Grants
Dr. Chunxia Jiang has received a number of grants from various funding bodies. Selected examples include:
- March 2015, funding of £2500 from ESRC to attend a one-week workshop in Brazil on “Innovation and economic development”.
- August 2013, National Natural Science Foundation of China (71363014) for a four-year project (Jan 2014- Dec 2017) – "Financial stability, FDI, and bank performance in a fully opening up ear", £50,000, the first CI. We have completed and submitted final report in January 2018.
- July 2011, a one-year project “Banking competition, efficiency, and financial stability in China”, £7500, funded by British Academy Small Grant (SG110090), PI.
FI 3004 Corporate Finance
FI 2501 Financial Markets & Regulation
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What explains Alibaba’s miraculous IPO success on the New York Stock Exchange?Asia Pacific Business Review, vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 299-322Contributions to Journals: Articles
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The volatility spillover effect of the European Union (EU) carbon financial marketJournal of Cleaner Production, vol. 282, 124394Contributions to Journals: Articles
Do different forms of government ownership matter for bank capital behavior?: Evidence from ChinaJournal of Financial Stability, vol. 40, pp. 38-49Contributions to Journals: Articles
Public policy and financial stability: The impact of PCA and TARP on U.S. bank non-performing loansInternational Journal of Finance and Economics, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 376-392Contributions to Journals: Articles
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