Prof. Paul Williams (Regent)
18 November 2013 (Mon)
Time 19:00 - 20:30
Rayson Huang Theatre, The University of Hong Kong
Prof Paul Williams (Executive Director, Regent College Marketplace Institute) Paul Williams trained as an economist and worked in economic consulting for several years before undertaking theological training at Regent. He returned to the marketplace, working as an economic advisor for major international corporations and government agencies. He served as Chief Economist and Head of International Research for DTZ Holding, and international real estate consulting and investment banking group in London, UK.
Dr Michael Hodson (Head of Social Enterprise Incubator, Regent College Marketplace Institute) Dr Michael Hodson is a PhD economist and was formerly senior economist at the UK Government's Radio Telecommunications Agency and also headed up the government's business enterprise programme reform. Runs his own firm and worked as a consultant for Ernst and Young.
Prof Eric Chang (Dean, Finance at the Faculty of Business and Economics, HKU) Prof Eric Chang is Dean, Quoin Professor in Finance and Chair Professor of Finance at the Faculty of Business and Economics at HKU. He was the founding director of the Centre of Financial Innovation and Risk Management of the Faculty. His research is in international finance, capital asset pricing, derivative securities, risk management, behavior finance, and mutual fund management. He has published articles in many leading finance journals and his work is recognised by many scholarly honors and awards.
Prof Joanna Lam (Hong Kong Institute of Economics and Business Strategy, HKU) Prof Joanna Lam received her Ph.D. Degree in Economics from Harvard University and an M.Div. Degree from the Hong Kong Baptist Theological Seminary. She was a Professor in Economics of Hong Kong Baptist University and a Visiting Scholar to Princeton Theological Seminary. She is now Honorary Senior Research Fellow of Hong Kong Institute of Economics and Business Strategy at University of Hong Kong, and Honorary Research Fellow of Chinese Culture Research Center at China Graduate School of Theology. Her major research areas are Business and Economics ethics, and is a Co-Editor of Asian Journal of Business Ethics.