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Xiaoqing (Maggie) Fu

College positions:
Visiting Fellow
Business Economics, Finance
University of Macau
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Professor Xiaoqing (Maggie) Fu

Xiaoqing (Maggie) Fu is the Program Director of Doctoral of Business Administration and Professor in Finance and Business Economics at the Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau.

In addition, she had served as the Founding Associate/Acting Dean of the newly established Graduate School at the University of Macau for six years. She obtained her PhD degree in Finance at the Cass Business School of City University (London). Prior to joining the University of Macau, she had been working in both the central bank and a large commercial bank in China for around ten years. Her main research interests are in sustainable finance, responsible innovation, Fintech, banking, and corporate governance. In particular, inspired by the core research question of how finance and innovation can better promote sustainable development, she has dedicated herself to studying the characteristics of banks in enhancing financial stability, the roles of institutional investors in fostering sustainable growth, and the mechanisms through which innovation can be stimulated in tackling grand challenges such as climate change, poverty, inequality, and health. She is the Associate Editor for the Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies, a peer-reviewed journal affiliated with the Chinese Economic Association (UK/Europe) and published by Taylor & Francis. Her research has been published in various leading international journals, including Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of World Business, Journal of Product Innovation Management, etc. In addition, she has a monograph entitled “Bank Competition, Efficiency and Liquidity Creation in Asia Pacific”, which was published by Palgrave Macmillan (London). She has also been appointed the Director of the Responsible Innovation Working Group and the Deputy Director of the FinTech Working Group by the Sino-UK Innovation Research Network.

Select publications

  • Fu, X.L., Fu, X., Ghauri, P., Khan, H. (2023), Tackling Exigent Grand Challenges through Corporate Social Innovation: Evidence from the COVID-19 Pandemic, Journal of Product Innovation Management, 1-21, (ABS4)
  • Fu, X., Harrison, R., Li, D. (2022), Venture Capital Investment in University Spin-offs: Evidence from an Emerging Economy, Journal of Corporate Finance, 74, 102197 (ABS4)
  • Fu, X.L., Fu, X., Ghauri, P., Hou, J. (2022), International Collaboration and Innovation: Evidence from a Leading Chinese Multinational Enterprise, Journal of World Business, 57, 4, 101329 (ABS4)
  • Zhang, Y., Zheng, H., Lam, D., Fu, X., Li, M. (2022), CEOs’ Marital Status and Corporate Innovation, Journal of Product Innovation Management, 39, 5, 686-716 (ABS4)
  • Lin, Y., Fu, X., Fu, X.L. (2021), Varieties in State Capitalism and Corporate Innovation: Evidence from an Emerging Economy, Journal of Corporate Finance, 67, 101919 (ABS4)
  • Fu, X., Lin, Y., Zhang, Y. (2020), Responsible Investing in the Gaming Industry, Journal of Corporate Finance, 64, 101657 (ABS4)
  • Fu, X., Lin, Y., and Molyneux, P. (2014), Bank Competition and Financial Stability in Asia Pacific, Journal of Banking and Finance, 38, 64-77 (ABS3)
  • Fu, X. and Heffernan, S.A. (2009), The Effects of Reform on China’s Bank Structure and Performance, Journal of Banking and Finance, 33, 39-52 (ABS3)

Select Awards

  • 2022 The 1st prize in Economics & Management, the 6th Outstanding Achievement Awards for Macao Research in Humanities and Social Sciences, co-organized by the Macao Foundation and the Social Sciences in China Press
  • 2021 FBA Outstanding Service Award (Internal), University of Macau
  • 2020 FBA Outstanding Research Award (Balance Track), University of Macau
  • 2019 The CFA ARX Best Paper Award, presented at the 2019 New Zealand Finance Meeting

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