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His main areas of research cover ﬁnancial management and the performance of exchange-traded funds. His work has been published in a number of industry journals. In addition, the work of the author has been presented at several international conferences. Fabr ice Rousseau is lect urer at the National Universit y of Ireland Maynooth. His research interests include market microstructure, corporate xxix xxx con t r i b u tors ﬁnance with a focus on the design of initial public offerings, behavioral ﬁnance, and ﬁnancial integration.
Before his academic and consulting career, he worked in investment banking, specializing in currency, metals, and derivatives trading. Fei Wu is a professor in ﬁnance at University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chengdu, China. He taught at Massey University, New Zealand from 2004 to 2009. His research focuses on behavioral ﬁnance and market microstructure. Dr. Wu’s research has been published in Financial Management, Journal of Financial Markets, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Portfolio Management, and many other journals.