Qinglei Dai

Qinglei Dai

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20092018

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Qinglei Dai joined Nova School of Business and Economics in 2005 as Assistant Professor of Finance. Her research interests include corporate finance, capital structure, dividend policy, firm-bank relationships and SME finance. She is currently working on the impact of bank relationships on credit price, the capital structure of European firms and the determinants of firm growth in Europe. 

She has published articles in the Journal of Empirical Finance and the Journal of Banking and Finance and an empirical study published by the Cambridge Scholars Publishings. More recently, Qinglei Dai wrote an article on Bank Relationship and Borrowing Costs published in the Banco de Portugal Financial Stability Report in May 2010. Qinglei Dai received the Best Paper Award in Financial Institutions by the 2009 Midwest Finance Association Annual Meeting in Chicago. She has received research funding from FCT and from the Norges Bank. Qinglei has participated in numerous conferences and seminars.

Prior to her Ph.D., Qinglei Dai served at the Norges Bank Investment Management (internship) and as a Credit Officer at the Shanghai Pudong Development Bank.

Current research interests include: Corporate Finance, Capital Structure, Dividend Policy, Firm-Bank Relationships, SME Finance.

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Finance, Doctorate, BI Norwegian School of Business

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