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Degree: Ph.D

Graduate School: University of Canterbury/ZUEL

Email: lgu25@zuel.edu.cn

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  • Department: Department of Investment
  • Gender: female
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  • Degree: Ph.D
  • Academic Credentials: Professor
  • Graduate School: University of Canterbury/ZUEL
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  • Education experience:

    University of Canterbury, New Zealand, Ph.D. in Finance, 2011


    Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, China, Ph.D. in Economics, 2005


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Social position

Research

Overseas M&As, Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Innovation


Open Course

UNDERGRAGATE: Investments (In Chinese), Financial Statement Analysis


GRADUATE: Applied Econometrics (In English), Financial Statement Analysis and Security Valuation (In English)


Research project


National Natural Science Fund (NNSF-#71472187), 2015-2018, RMB 0.55 MillionOverseas Investment Clustering, External Venturing and Reverse Spillover Effect-Evidences from Global Value Chain of Information Technology Firms”,Principal Investigator


Fund-#32518105002, 2018-2019, RMB 0.25 Million, “A Study on Credit Rating and Financing of New Agricultural Business Entities in China”, Principal Investigator


Hubei Educational Science Eleven Five-Year Plan Priority Subject, 2006-2009, “A Study on Allocation of Higher Education Cost in Hubei Province”, Principal Investigator



Thesis

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS


Gu, Lei & Cai. (2017). “Institutional Environment Perspective of Chinese Overseas M&A Performance—Full cash payment analysis, PSM Approach”, Journal of International Trade, (CSSCI), 12:36-46;

Gu, Cai & Lei. (2017). “Family Governance, Alteration Ownership and Firm Innovation: Empirical Study Based on Chinese Family-owned Firms”, Journal of Management Science, (CSSCI), 03: 39-53;

Gu, Ping & Wang. (2016). “Technology Agglomeration and Reverse Technology Spillover Effect--An Empirical Study on Chinese OFDI in OECD Countries”, Zhejiang Social Sciences, (CSSCI), 09:46-58; 157-158;

Gu,L., & Reed, W.R. (2016). “Does Financing of Chinese Mergers and Acquisitions Have“Chinese Characteristics”?” Economic Letters (SSCI), 139:11-14

Gu, et al.(2015). “Ownership Structure, Value Chain and Innovation--Empirical Study on Chinese Information Technology Firms”, Securities Market Herald (CSSCI), 10:27-35;

Gu, L., & Reed, W. R. (2013). “Information asymmetry, market segmentation, andcross-listing: Implications for event study methodology”.Journal of Asian Economics, 28(0), 28-40;

Gu, L., & Reed, W. R. (2013). “Chinese Overseas M&A Performance and the Go Global Policy”. Economics of Transition (SSCI) 21(1):157-192

Gu, L., & Reed, W. R. (2011). “Do Chinese Acquirers Fail in Overseas MAs?”Economic Research Journal (CSSCI) 07:116-129

Gu, (2007).“Industry Selection in Cross-border M&As—Evidence from Chinese Manufactory FirmsStudy and Practice (CSSCI) 05:45-49

Gu, (2007).“Cultural Distance and Reversed Cross-border M&As of Chinese Firms Financial and Investment Forum 07:?-?

Gu, (2007).“Cost and Benefit Analysis on Higher Education Investment in ChinaHubei Social Sciences 03: 164-167

Gu, (2007).“Cost and Benefit Analysis on Higher Education Investment in ChinaHubei Social Sciences 03: 164-167

Gu & Gao (2007). “Empirical Study on Business English Corpus Selection” Translation and Culture 01:?-?

Gu (2006). “Cross-border M&A Integration of Lenovo in New Era” Financial and Investment Forum 05:?-?

Gu (2006). “Cross-border M&A Integration of Lenovo in New Era” Financial and Investment Forum 05:?-?

Gu & Zhou (2005). “Study on Industrial Agglomeration of Chinese SMEs” Journal of Changjiang Engineering Vocational College 03:?-?

Gu (2005). “Brand M&A and Risk Avoidance” Contemporary Economics 02: 27-28

Gu (2005). “E-commerce: New Ways of Export Trade for SMEs” Theory Monthly 2: 159-161

Gu (2004) “Credit Risk Identification and Avoidance in Export Trade of Chinese SMEs” Study and Practice12: 29-33


MONOGRAPHS AND BOOKS


Gu (2017). “Literature Review Focused on Investment” Wuhan University Press, ISBN 978-7-307-19794-7

Gu (2017). “Case Studies on Financial Analysis and Valuation Report of Chinese Listed Firms” Wuhan University Press, ISBN 978-7-307-19804-3

Gu (2015). “A Study of Chinese Overseas Mergers and Acquisitions” Hubei People’s Press ISBN 978-7-216-08767-4

Gu (2014). “Innovation in Higher Education-- Theories and Practices” Hubei Education Press ISBN 978-7-5564-0695-1

Gu (2007). “A Study on Export and Trade Risk of SME in China” China Financial and Economic Publishing House ISBN 978-7-5005-9723-0/F.8445





Technological Achievements

Honor Reward


The Seventh Ministry of Education Award for Outstanding Achievements in Humanities and Social Science, Journal Publication: Gu, L., & Reed, W. R. (2011). “Do Chinese Acquirers Fail in Overseas MAs?”Economic Research Journal (CSSCI) 07:116-129


2016 the Fourth China Annual Conference on Investment, First Prize of Excellent paper, “Institutional Environment Perspective of Chinese Overseas M&A Performance—Full cash payment analysis, PSM Approach


2016 the Fourth China Annual Conference on Investment, Second Prize of Excellent paper, “Technology Agglomeration and Reverse Technology Spillover Effect--An Empirical Study on Chinese OFDI in OECD Countries


2014 the Fourth China Annual Conference on Investment, Second Prize of Excellent paper, “Financial Constraint, Payment Method and Overseas M&A Performance of Chinese MNEs”


2016 Wenlan Young Scholar, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law


Work experience

Professor, Ph.D supervisor, School of Finance, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, since 2018


Associate Professor, School of Finance, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, 2012-2017


Lecturer, School of Finance, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, 2005-2011