Dr. Xu Li is an associate professor of accounting. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in International Business Administration from University of International Business and Economics, the Master’s degree in Finance from Boston College, and the PhD degree in accounting from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prior to joining University of Hong Kong, Dr. Li worked in University of Texas at Dallas and Lehigh University.
Academic and Professional Qualifications
PH.D., Massachusetts of Institute of Technology (U.S.A.)
MS in Finance, Boston College (U.S.A.)
BBA, University of International Business and Economics (China)
Dr. Li’s teaching interests include financial accounting, and financial statement analysis. He has taught various courses, such as Introduction to Financial Accounting, Financial Statement Analysis, Accounting for Business Decisions, and Business Valuation at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
Dr. Li’s research interests include the capital market’s reaction on accounting information, the role of information intermediaries, insider trading and information asymmetry, as well as characteristics and impact of firms’ disclosure to the investment community.