Yazhu (Amy) Li obtained her Ph.D. in Finance at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and Tinbergen Institute. Her research interests include Empirical Corporate Finance, FinTech, and Sustainable Finance. In her research, Amy has looked into the timing of share repurchases and its consequences for shareholder value and bondholder wealth. Amy received her B.A. and M.A. in Business Economics and Financial Economics from Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands.


Working Papers

1. The corporate calendar and the timing of share repurchases and equity-based compensation

2. Actual Share Repurchases and Shareholder-Creditor Conflicts

3. What role do executives play in the execution of buyback programs? Evidence from 10b5-1 programs

4. Buyback motives: Evidence from open-market share repurchases in China