Our research across all areas of finance informs business practice, policy and regulation both nationally and internationally. We aim to produce key insights that lead beneficial economic and social change within Australia and across geographical and cultural boundaries. Our areas of interest include:
The Applied Portfolio Management program, run by the Discipline of Finance, enables undergraduate students to apply their academic knowledge and acquire practical skills by managing a portfolio of Australian equity securities using real money in real time through the University of Sydney Student Managed Fund.
The Fund has a dual mandate, designed to provide undergraduate finance students with hands-on equity analysis and portfolio management experience and to fund scholarships for disadvantaged students. Students have the unique opportunity to acquire practical investment management experience by forming, executing and evaluating the performance of investment recommendations.
Meet our academics and research students.
Professor Douglas Foster
Professor Suk-Joong Kim
Professor Susan Thorp
Fractional Professor Henk Berkman
Fractional Professor Iftekhar Hasan
Fractional Professor Stephen Satchell
Fractional Professor Andriy Shkilko
Fractional Professor Eliza Wu
Associate Professor Shumi Akhtar
Associate Professor Jamie Alcock
Associate Professor Maurice Peat
Associate Professor Buhui Qiu
Associate Professor Joakim Westerholm
Adjunct Associate Professor Paul Martin
The University of Sydney Business School hosts annual meetings of researchers in the fields of Banking and Financial Stability. The first meeting of the SBFC was in 2016.
We run a regular seminar series, usually held on Fridays, 11am – 12pm. The seminar organiser is Lantian Liang.