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Dr. Qian Li

Fax
(940) 397 4693
Title
Associate Professor
Department
Finance
Location
Dillard College of Business Administration
Room
205
Institution Degree Graduation Date
Georgia State University Ph.D., Finance 2005
Renmin University B.S., Finance 1997
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Midwestern State University Associate Professor of Finance 09/01/2012 01/01/1900
Midwestern State University Assistant Professor of Finance 09/01/2005 08/31/2012
Georgia State University Graduate Teaching Assistant 08/01/2002 08/01/2005

Refereed Articles 

Li, Q. (2021). Student Loan Burden, Financial Literacy, and Financial Behavior--Evidence from the 2018 FINRA Survey, Journal of Accounting and Finance, Vol 21, Issue 1, Pg 54

Li, Q. ( 2020). Operating a Student Managed Investment Fund in a Small Class Setting, Journal of Economics and Finance Education, Vol 19, Fall 2020, 57-61

Wang, J. and Li, Q., (2018). An Integration of a Currency Portfolio Project to Teach International Finance, Journal of Economics and Finance Education, Vol 17, Issue 2, Pg 1-9

Li, Q. & Wang, J., (2017). Using Bloomberg Terminal in Teaching Corporate Finance Courses, Journal of Economics and Finance Education, Vol 16, Issue 1, Pg 70-82

Li, Q. & Owen, J., (2017), Using a Live Case to Teach Dual-Class Stocks and Corporate Governance, Advances in Financial Education, Winter 2017, Pg 46-56

Erhemjamts, O., Li, Q., & Venkateswaran, A. (2013). Corporate Social Responsibility and Its Impact on Firms' Investment Policy, Organizational Structure, and Performance.  Journal of Business Ethics, 118, 395-412

Li, Q. & Reis, E. (2012). Managerial Compensation and Firm Performance: Evidence from Corporate Spinoffs.  Corporate Ownership and Control, 9 (3), 69-78.  

Martinez, J. & Li, Q. (2010). Community Banks Use of FHLB Advances across the Kansas City (KC) and San Francisco (SF) Federal Reserve Districts.  Southwestern Economic Review, 38 (1), 73-91. 

Harmel, B., Li, Q., Patterson, M., & Penrose, L. (2009). Factors Affecting Students' Credit Card and Student Loan Debt on a University Campus.  Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 44

Li, Q. (2008). Do Multi-Segment Firms Pay Less Tax? Evidence from Segmental Imputed Taxes.  Journal of Financial and Economic Practice, 9 (1), 7-106. 

Presentation of Refereed Papers 

International

Erhemjamts, O., Li, Q., & Venkateswaran, A. (2011). Determinants of Corporate Social Responsibility and its Implications on Firms' Investment Policy, Organizational Strategy, and Performance. Financial Management Association annual conference, Denver, Colorado.

Erhemjamts, O., Li, Q., & Venkateswaran, A. (2011). Determinants of Corporate Social Responsibility and its Implications on Firms' Investment Policy, Organizational Strategy, and Performance. Multinational Finance Society, Rome, Italy.

Erhemjamts, O., Li, Q., & Venkateswaran, A. (2011). Corporate Social Responsibility, Firm Policies, and Performance. European Financial Management Association, Braga, Portugal.

Li, Q. & Reis, E. (2009). Managerial Compensation and Firm Value: Evidence from Corporate Spinoffs. European Financial Management Association, Milan, Italy.

National

Li, Q. (2020), Student Loan Burden, Financial Literacy, and Financial Behavior--Evidence from the 2018 FINRA Survey, Southwestern Finance Association annual conference, (San Antonio, TX)

Li, Q. (2019), Using Bloomberg Terminal in Teaching Corporate Finance Courses”, Academy of Economics and Finance annual conference Teacher Training Workshop (Tampa, FL)

Wang, J. and Li, Q., (2017), The Application of a Simulated Trading Platform in Teaching International Finance, Southwestern Finance Association annual conference (Little Rock, Arkansas)

Li, Q.(2014), Using Live Case to Teach Dual-Class Stocks and Corporate Governance, Financial Education Association annual conference (Savannah, Georgia)

Martinez, J. & Li, Q. (2010). Use of FHLB Advances by Community Banks across the Kansas City (KC) and San Francisco (SF) Federal Reserve Districts. Southwestern Economics Association annual meeting, Dallas, Texas.

Martinez, J. & Li, Q. (2009). Real Estate Lending Practices of Young vs. Mature Banks - A Matched Pair Analysis. Southwestern Social Sciences Association Meeting, Denver, Colorado.

Li, Q. (2006). CEO Turnover and Divisional Investment. Southern Finance Association (SFA), Destin, Florida.

Li, Q. (2005). CEO Turnover and Divisional Investment. Financial Management Association annual conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Research Grants 

Funded

2009: Li, Q. & Reis, E., Midwestern State University Faculty Research Grant, Midwestern State University