Ying Dou

Assoc Professor


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Ying Dou completed his PhD at the University of New South Wales and joined Monash University as a Lecturer in July 2017. His research focuses on empirical corporate finance and, in particular, boards of directors and managerial incentives. His work has been presented at conferences such as the European Finance Association (EFA), the Financial Intermediation Research Society (FIRS), and the Western Finance Association (WFA). His research has appeared in the Financial Times and the Harvard Law School Forum, and has won the Best Paper Award in Corporate Finance at the 2018 Financial Markets and Corporate Governance conference. His papers have been published in journals including the Review of Financial Studies, the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, the Journal of Accounting and Economics, the Journal of Banking and Finance, and Financial Management.

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BFC2140 Corporate Finance 1

BFC3140 Corporate Finance 2


BFC5280 Institutional Asset and Liability Management


BFX4002 Empirical Corporate Finance and Banking


BEX6012 Corporate Financial Management

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