Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Park End Street
Dunhong started her DPhil in Financial Economics in 2015 under the supervision of Thomas Noe and Thomas Hellmann.
Dunhong's research involves looking at the contract theory and mechanism design in the financial intermediation and asset management industry. She also has several joint projects with the Financial Conduct Authority on liquidity mismatch and systemic risks of mutual funds. Her studies are funded by the Saïd Business School Foundation. Dunhong is a member of Green Templeton College, and the affiliated researcher at Oxford-Man Institute of Quantitative Finance.
Prior to starting her doctorate, Dunhong received her MSc degree at the Mathematical Institute of Oxford University, with distinction, in Mathematical and Computational Finance. Her MSc thesis title is, ‘A Guided Tour through the Mathematical Counterparts of Arbitrage,’ supervised by Jan Obłój. Dunhong also obtained a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics, from Fudan University.
In addition, Dunhong has interests in several kinds of instruments and traditional Chinese culture, including: tea ceremony, seal cutting, painting, poetry, etc.