DR Andrea Lu

DR Andrea Lu

Positions

  • Empirical asset pricing
  • Financial market frictions
  • International finance

Overview

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  • Andrea Lu joined the University of Melbourne in 2014 as a Senior Lecturer after obtaining a Ph.D. from Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. Before that, she earned a M.A. degree in Economics and a B.C.A degree in Economics and Finance from Victoria University of Wellington. Her main research interests include empirical asset pricing, financial market frictions, and international finance. Her research has won several awards, including Chicago Quantitative Alliance (CQA) Academic Competition, PanAgora Crowell Memorial Prize Finalist, Australasian Finance and Banking Conference PhD Forum Best Paper Second Prize, and Mirae Asset Securities Co., Ltd. Outstanding Paper Award.

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Publications

Awards

Education and training

  • PhD, Northwestern University 2014
  • MA, Victoria University of Wellington 2012
  • MSc, Northwestern University 2012
  • BCA (Hons), Victoria University of Wellington 2007

Awards and honors

  • Faculty of Business and Economics Certificate for Research Excellence for 2017, Faculty of Business and Economics, the University of Melbourne, 2018
  • PanAgora Crowell Memorial Prize Finalist, PanAgora, 2014
  • Best paper award (USD 2000), International Conference on Asia-Pacific Financial Markets, 2014
  • Chicago Quantitative Alliance Academic Competition Second Prize (USD200), Chicago Quantitative Alliance, 2014
  • The 26th Australasian Finance and Banking Conference PhD Forum Second Prize, UNSW, 2013
  • Kellogg School of Management Fellowship, Northwestern University, 2009
  • VUW Master's Scholarship, Victoria University of Wellington, 2008
  • GGG Watson Award in Economics, Victoria University of Wellington, 2007
  • VUW School of Economics and Finance Graduate Award, Victoria University of Wellington, 2007
  • VUW School of Economics and Finance Prize in Microeconomics, Victoria University of Wellington, 2006
  • VUW School of Economics and Finance Prize in Economics, Victoria University of Wellington, 2005

Supervision

Available for supervision

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