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Dr Yuliang (Steven) Wu

PositionSenior Lecturer in Finance
LocationUniversity of Bradford School of Management
Emm Lane
West Yorkshire
DepartmentSchool of Management
Telephone+44 (0)1274 234454

PhD Supervision

Yuliang is willing to supervise students who have research interests in Chinese stock market, SME finance and stock return predictability.

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

Capital Markets, Investments and Finance


Yuliang (Steven) is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Bradford. He previously hold lectureship at Queen's University Belfast.

Research Areas

Yuliang's main research interests are market efficiency, Chinese stock markets and banking risk management.


Refereed journal articles

Y. Wu and K. Mazouz, Long-term industry reversals, Journal of Banking and Finance, forthcoming

D.French, Y.Wu and Y.Li, 2016, Identify the relative importance of stock characteristics, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, forthcoming

K.Mazouz, Y.Wu and S.Yin, 2015, Trading Activity in Options and Stock Around Price-Sensitive News Announcements, Journal of Futures Market, 35, 1173-1194

Y.Wu, Y.Li and P.Hamill, 2012, Do Low-Priced Stocks Drive Long-Term Contrarian Performance on the London Stock Exchange?, Financial Review, 47, 501-530

Y.Wu and B. Bowe, 2012, Information disclosure and depositor discipline in the Chinese banking sector, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 855-878

Y.Wu and Y.Li, 2011, Long-term return reversals - Value and growth or tax? UK evidence, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions Money, 21, 347-368

Y. Wu and M. Bowe, 2010, Information disclosure, market discipline and the management of bank capital: evidence from the Chinese financial sector, Journal of Financial Services Research, 38, 159-186

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