Yumeng LI

Title: PhD Candidate
Home institution: University of Chinese Academy Sciences, School of Economics and Management

Building 7, No. 80 Zhongguancun East Road, Haidian District, Beijing, P.R.C.

86-10-82680681, yangdj@gucas.ac.cn

 

Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research of Sciences (SDC), University of Chinese Academy Sciences

N501. Teaching Building of University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, NO.3 Zhongguancun Nanyitiao Road, Haidian District, Beijing, P.R.C.

86-10- 92680004, sdcinfo@ucas.ac.cn

 

SDC Research field: Behavioral Finance
SDC research project(s):

 

Research of characteristics of Fund Managers’ mind: Behavior, Mentality and Physiological Basis

The concept of mind belongs to phycology but the characteristics of mind may be embodied in behavior, mentality and physiological Basis. So this study belongs to the interdiscipline subject of management, finance and psychology. I plan to use multiple methods to research the mental characteristics of fund managers in China from the perspective of behavior, psychological and physiological levels. Research achievement will be the psychological characteristics model of fund managers in China which providing a theoretical framework and methodology to support the training and selecting of outstanding fund managers.

Project partner(s) in China: Xiangying MENG,

School of Economics and Management, University of Chinese Academy Sciences

Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research of Sciences (SDC), University of Chinese Academy Sciences

kittymeng0613@gmail.com

Ronghui LIU, Associate Prof.
School of Economics and Management, University of Chinese Academy Sciences

Overall research interests: Behavioural finance is the study of the influence of psychology on the behaviour of financial practitioners and the subsequent effect on markets (Sewell, 2005).

The field of modern financial economics assumes that people behave with extreme rationality, but they do not. Furthermore, people’s deviations from rationality are often systematic. Behavioral finance relaxes the traditional assumptions of financial economics by incorporating these observable, systematic, and very human departures from rationality into standard models of financial markets (Barber & Odean, 1999).

Publications: Yumeng Li, Xiangying Meng & Xianhua Wei. China’s New Third Board Market: Opportunities and Challenges. Procedia Computer Science. 21-JUL-2015. pp.1050-1059

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877050915015422