Dr Leilei Tang

Senior Lecturer

Accounting and Finance

Personal statement

I previously held academic appointments at the University of Southampton and at CASS Business School. After finishing my PhD at the University of Southampton in 2001, I spent one and half years doing research on wagering markets and another two years on a credit scoring project with Scottish Widows funded by EPSRC. I also spent one year doing research on bank risk management at CASS from 2004 to 2005.


The explanatory power of trading volume and insider activity in a pari-mutuel betting market
Bruce Alistair, Johnson Johnnie, Tang Leilei
European Journal of Finance Vol 17, pp. 197-216 (2011)
Financial market can go mad: evidence of irrational behaviour during the South Sea Bubble
Dale Richard S, Johnson Johnnie, Tang Leilei
Economic History Review Vol 58, pp. 233-271 (2005)
Executive compensation in less regulated markets : the impact of debt monitoring
Marshall Andrew, Pinto Helena, Tang Leilei
European Journal of Finance Vol 25, pp. 1883-1918 (2019)
Hedge fund incentives, management commitment and survivorship
Qiu Judy, Tang Leilei, Walter Ingo
Financial Markets and Portfolio Management (2018)
Time is money : costing the impact of duration misperception in market prices
Ma Tiejun, Tang Leilei, McGroarty Frank, Sung Ming Chien, Johnson Johnnie E V
European Journal of Operational Research Vol 255, pp. 397-410 (2016)
Assessing the impact of derived behaviour information on customer attrition in the financial service industry
Tang Leilei, Thomas Lyn, Fletcher Mary H, Pan Jiazhu, Marshall Andrew
European Journal of Operational Research Vol 236, pp. 624-633 (2014)

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Research interests

My research is in three main areas:

  • financial econometrics
  • credit scoring
  • decision-making in markets for state contingent claims


KTP - BIP Solutions
Andriosopoulos, Dimitris (Principal Investigator) Hillier, David (Co-investigator) Paudyal, Krishna (Co-investigator) Tang, Leilei (Co-investigator)
25-Jan-2016 - 24-Jan-2018

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