Haibo's research focuses on asset pricing, risk management / climate change risk, FinTech / Blockchain, and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). At Freeman School, he teaches investments and risk management to undergraduate students and advanced financial management to MBA students. Prior to pursuing PhD studies he worked as a financial analyst at the headquarters of Canadian Red Cross.
FINE-4110 Investments in Equities
FINE-4140 Risk Management
FINE-7130 Advanced Financial Management
Citation-Based Finance Research Rankings & Highly Cited Articles, with Ted Fee and Hugh Hartzog
Riding the Blockchain Mania, with Stephanie Cheng, Gus De Franco, and Pengkai Lin, Working Paper
Oil Price, Bond Return, and Breakeven Inflation, Working Paper
Oil and Equity Return Predictability: The Importance of Dissecting Oil Price Changes, with Georgios Skoulakis and Jinming Xue, Working Paper
Assessing and Pricing Firm-level Exposure to Climate Change Risk, with Gus De Franco, Nishad Kapadia, and Pengkai Lin (draft coming soon)
Finance Seminars, Network, and Productivity, with Ted Fee and Hugh Hartzog (Work-in-Progress: data hand-collected, analysis)
Education & Affiliations
University of British Columbia, Ph.D. in Finance
Mentoring Undergraduate Researchers. Helping students explore their research interests, sharpen critical and analytical skills, and prepare for graduate study or professional life.
Programming and parallel computing. Deep learning in Finance.
Staying active walking and hiking. Visiting national parks around the world.