University of Bath

Centre for Governance, Regulation and Industrial Strategy (CGR&IS) PhD students

Current and past doctoral students working on research with the CGR&IS.

CGR&IS PhD students are involved in doctoral research into regulation, governance and industrial strategy, under the supervision of one of the centre's members.

Current PhD students

    • Muhamed Alsharman: Risk evaluation
    • Samuel Bodunrin: Exploration of systemic risk, using a network-based macrofinancial model that incorporates feedback effects
    • Marbeth Carpinteyro: Multifactor asset pricing and time-varying risk stochastic models of international stock returns
    • Boondhiva Cheewatragoongit: ASEAN stock market consolidation: an implication for market integration, home bias and diversification benefit
    • Chris Dimos: Beyond input and output additionality of public R&D support, behavioural additionality and implications for industrial strategy: science, technology and innovation policy
    • Hui Gao: Firm-level risk and systemic risk analysis in the insurance sector during the subprime mortgage crisis: CDS vs. non-CDS-based risk indicators
    • Xinyu Huang: Dynamic portfolio construction and risk management of hedge funds
    • Jaehak Hwang: Foreign exchange risk and the stability of banking systems
    • Kazimierz Michał Kelles-Krauz: The influences on innovation in transition economies, evidence from Poland and Czech Republic
    • Sozy Mohammed, Governance of public-private partnerships in the Kurdistan region of Iraq
    • Ali Salmon: Industrial strategy and industrial clusters in developing economies
    • Emmanouil Sifodaskalakis: Determinants of bank ratings
    • Anzela Volkova: Financing deficit of defined benefit pension: the case of UK
    • Simon Wilde: Asset management & private equity investments
    • Chuxuan Xiao: topic under construction
    • Yachao Xue: Opening auctions and trading in stock markets
    • Min Yang: The role of innovation in the corporate financing
    • Yue Zhang: Determinants and consequences of mutual funds’ exits

Graduated (name, thesis, year, current employment)

    • Yadong Li, Probability density distributions of stock returns, market regimes, and financial risk measures, 2018, University of Bristol
    • Marc Betton, 2017, The impact of regulation on micro-firms, University of Bath
    • Xinyi Huang, The relationship of bank accounting ratios and financial crisis 2007/08, 2017, University of Durham
    • Ozlem Ozen, Knowledge sharing, innovation and social capital: The role of business group affiliation in Turkey’ 2017, Sirnak University, Turkey
    • Di Xiao, The role of information and liquidity in interbank network formation, 2017, Beijing Jiaotong University, China
    • Prince Abbey, Economic governance and social capital: A case study of Ghana’s cocoa industry, 2016, Self-employed in publishing, Ghana
    • Yan Yan, Determinants and consequences of executive compensation: Empirical evidence from Chinese listed companies, 2016, Tsinghua University, China
    • Zhuoran Xu, Identifying systemic risk in interbank markets by applying network theory, 2016, Guandong University of Technology, China
    • Suha Mahmoud Alawi: Corporate governance and cartels, 2013, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    • Karan Puri: A theoretical and empirical analysis of hedge fund contracts and performance, 2013, Barclays Xinyang Li: Evolutionary mechanism design using agent-based models, 2012, Barclays
    • Anastasia Petraki, Performance of the United Kingdom personal pension fund industry, 2012, The Investment Association