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Dr Yueting Cui

Lecturer in Finance

Programme Director of MSc Behavioural Finance

Yueting Cui



ICMA Centre, Whiteknights Campus

Dr Yueting Cui is a Lecturer in Finance and the Programme Director of MSc Behavioural Finance. She joined the ICMA Centre, Henley Business School, in 2021.

Previously, Yueting worked for the University of Liverpool Management School as a Research & Teaching Assistant, and Coventry University London as a Lecturer in Finance. During her PhD studies, she worked in industry for projects such as Bond issuing. She holds a PhD in Economics and Finance from the University of Liverpool Management School.

Her main research interests include Behavioural Finance, Trading & Investor Behaviour, Spillover Effect, Financial Contagion, Emerging/Frontier Markets, Corporate Finance, and Sustainable Finance. She has published in internationally recognised academic journals, including the Journal of Banking and Finance, and Research in International Business and Finance. She has established a good network of researchers and is collaborating with scholars from different universities both in the UK and globally, as well as practitioners in the finance industry.

Reference: Andrikopoulos, P., Cui, Y. , Gad, S. and Kallinterakis, V. (2020) Feedback trading and the ramadan effect in frontier markets. Research in International Business and Finance, 51. 101085. ISSN 0275-5319 doi:
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Dr Yueting Cui
Reference: Cui, Y. , Gebka, B. and Kallinterakis, V. (2019) Do closed-end fund investors herd? Journal of Banking & Finance, 105. pp. 194-206. ISSN 0378-4266 doi:
Henley faculty authors:
Dr Yueting Cui

Derivative Securities

Designed to combine the theoretical and practical approaches to derivatives pricing and trading. You will gain an overview of derivative securities and markets and a thorough understanding of derivatives pricing...

Module code: IC317

Behavioural Finance

Financial theories have traditionally assumed that rational, risk-averse investors trade in efficient and free-flowing asset markets. Academic research and practitioner experience have cast doubt on this paradigm, instead proposing that...

Module code: ICM302