Dr Daniel Hung
- Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance (Accounting & Finance)
Dr Chi-Hsiou Daniel Hung focuses his research in the areas of asset pricing and corporate finance. Dr Hung has published in the Journal of Banking and Finance, the Journal of Empirical Finance, the Journal of Financial Stability, the Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, the Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, and many other academic journals.
Prior to joining the University of Glasgow, Dr Hung held academic positions at Durham University and the University of Dundee. Dr Hung holds a PhD in Accounting and Finance (2005) and an MSc in Finance (2001), both from Lancaster University Management School. He is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Prior to pursuing his PhD, Dr Hung completed his BSc in Mechanical Engineering in Taiwan and became a Financial Consultant in the Global Private Banking Group of Merrill Lynch Inc. and a manager of Priority Banking of Standard Chartered Bank.
Dr Hung is a member of the Finance research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Asset pricing
- Corporate finance
- Investor behaviour
- Asset allocation
2018: Wards Trust Fund, £3,000
2017: Wards Trust Fund, £3,000
2016: Taiwan Fellow, £16,000
2016: Wards Trust Fund, £3,000
2015: Wards Trust Fund, £3,000
2014: Wards Trust Fund, Award £3,000
2011: Seedcorn funding, Award £1,500
2009: Seedcorn funding Award £1,200
2007: The Institute for Quantitative Investment Research (INQUIRE UK), Award £9,000
2005: The Institute for Quantitative Investment Research (INQUIRE UK), Award £7,000
Daniel is interested in supervising projects examining areas of my research interests.
Current doctoral supervision
"The impact of monetary shocks on equity returns and volatility"
Co-supervisor: Cathy Yi-Hsuan Chen
"Empirical analysis of CAPM and BAPM: evidence from the China"
Co-supervisor: Mario Cerrato
"Managerial ability, corporate strategies and performance"
Co-supervisor: Leonidas Barbopoulos
"Can financial system fragility be used to explain the country specific of CAPM applicability?"
Co-supervisor: Xing Lu
Dr Qingrui Meng
Dr Lisa Lo
Dr Xiehua Ji
Dr Senyu Wang
Dr Junqi Li
Dr Yuxiang Jiang
Dr Haifeng Guo
- Financial Econometrics (Masters programmes 2018-2019)
- International Financial Management & Corporate Finance (MBA, 2016-2019)
- Entrepreneurial Finance (MBA, 2017-2019)
- Statistics for Business Research (Masters programmes 2013–2016, 2017-2018)
- Securities Analysis and Portfolio Management (Global MBA, 3rd and 4th year undergraduate at NTU, 2016)
- International Corporate Finance (Masters programmes 2013–2016)
- Securities Analysis and Portfolio Management (4th year UG, 2012–2013)
- Derivatives Markets (MSc, course leader, 2004 – 2008, 2010–2012)
- Mathematical Finance (Math department, 3rd year (Undergraduate) and 4th year (Masters), 2011–12)
- Portfolio Management (MSc, course leader, 2010–2011)
- Advanced Financial Theory (MSc, 2004 – 2009)
- Financial Risk Management (MSc, course leader, 2004 – 2009)
- Financial Engineering (final year Undergraduates, course leader, 2004 – 2008)
- Empirical Finance (final year Undergraduates, 2004 –2006)
- Principles of Finance (MBA, 2003 - 2004)
- International Finance (2003 - 2004)
Dr Hung has won the 2016 Taiwan Fellowship funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of China (Taiwan), and is a Visiting Associate Professor at the Department of Finance of National Taiwan University from February to December 2016. He has also received five Best Paper Awards ($2,000 each) including the Best Paper Award from the 2011 & 2010 NTU International Conferences on Economics, Finance and Accounting (IEFA), the Research Paper Award ($1,000) from the 2008 annual meeting of the Securities and Financial Markets (SFM) conference, the New York Stock Exchange Prize from the 2005 annual meeting of the Midwest Finance Association and the Taiwan Stock Exchange Prize from the 2006 annual meeting of the Securities and Financial Markets conference.