Personal profile


I am a Lecturer in Behavioral Finance at the University of East Anglia. I previously held appointments at Durham University Business School and Newcastle Business School. I received my Ph.D. from Durham University in 2019.

My primary research is in Behavioral Finance and Empirical Asset Pricing, with emphasis on the measurement of mutual fund performance and the behavioral analysis of fund managers. My research portfolio has two major strands. The first strand concentrates on identifying interesting anomalies in financial markets which cannot be explained by the rational investor paradigm and testing alternative behavioral explanations for those puzzles. The second strand focuses on using the mutual fund market data as a natural laboratory to evaluate the predictive validity of non-expected utility models.

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Administrative Posts

Academic Seminar Coordinator at School of Economics

Areas of Expertise

Behavioural Finance, Asset-Pricing, Portfolio Management, Finance Technology

Media Expertise

  • Finance
  • Economics
  • Social Media

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