Dr. Yun Luo

Dr Yun Luo joined the CBiS as a research associate in January 2015. Her research interests include financial liberalisation, bank risk, regulations, competition, banking sector efficiency and productivity. Her recent studies analyse banking industry performance (efficiency and productivity) in response to organisational and environmental changes associated with financial liberalisation of markets. This research is empirical and inter-disciplinary, making use of economic, financial and accounting data, and seeks to inform the policy debate about the role of financial liberalisation, regulatory and macroeconomic policy. Yun Luo holds a bachelor's degree in Economics (Zhejiang University in Economics & Finance-ZU FE, China), an MSc in Finance (Coventry University, UK) and a PhD in Finance (Coventry University, UK).

  • Luo, Y., Tanna, S., and De Vita, G. (2016) ‘Financial Openness, Risk and Bank Efficiency: Cross-Country Evidence’. Journal of financial stability. [in press]
  • Luo, Y. and Tanna, S. (2014). Taxation and bank risk-taking, Taxing Banks Fairly. Cheltenham, UK: 'Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc.'. 
  • Luo, Y. and Tanna, S. (2014). International Evidence of the impact of Financial Liberalisation on Banks’ Technical Efficiency and Productivity, to be presented at the 4th International FEBS Conference on Global Trends in Financial Intermediation, Financial Markets and Financial Modelling, University of Surrey, Guildford, 21-23 June, 2014. 
  • Luo, Y. and Tanna, S. (2013). Financial Liberalisation and Bank Efficiency: International Evidence, presented at International Finance and Banking Society (IFABS), 5th Annual Conference, University of Nottingham, 26-28 June, 2013. 
  • Luo, Y. and Tanna, S. (2013). Financial Liberalisation, Risk and Bank Efficiency: International Evidence, presented at the Surrey-Fordham International Conference on Banking, Finance, Money and Institutions: The Post Crises Era, University of Surrey, 2-3 Nov. 2013.