Lucius Li is Assistant Professor of Finance at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM). Lucius graduated from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (now known as Beihang University) (BSc in Computer Information Systems) and then Imperial College London (MSc in Risk Management and Financial Engineering). At the final year of finishing his PhD degree in Finance from Warwick Business School, Lucius joined London School of Economics (LSE) in 2014 as a fellow and moved to KFUPM in 2017. Lucius’ research interests include topics in asset pricing, corporate finance, behavioral finance, and corporate social responsibility. His papers have been presented at major finance conferences including American Finance Association (AFA), Financial Management Association (FMA), Financial Intermediation Research Society (FIRS) and SAS Cavalcade, and appeared in research/policy series of the NBER, CEPR, and ECGI. He has served as reviewers for leading international finance journals including Management Science, Review of Finance, and Journal of Business Ethics. His research was awarded the Honorable Mention, Moskowitz Prize for Best Paper in Socially Responsible Investing and has been covered by many well-known media outlets. Lucius had six years of teaching experiences at various institutions, covering more than 10 different modules. At LSE, Lucius won the competitive LSE Class Teacher Awards and the LSESU Student-Led Teaching Excellence Awards (Highly Commended – Award for Innovative Teaching). He also completed the year-long LSE Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Career Track Program and was recognized as an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy UK in 2017.
PhD (Finance) Warwick Business School, U.K.
MSc (Risk Management and Financial Engineering) Imperial College London, U.K.
BSc (Computer Information Systems) Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
Area of Specialization
Corporate finance, behavioral finance, asset pricing, corporate social responsibility.