Professor Kwan Cheuk Chiu received his BA, MA and PhD from Concordia University, Canada. He had taught at two Canadian universities, Wilfrid Laurier University (Waterloo) and Concordia University (Montreal). From 1995 to 2009, Professor Kwan had taught at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Currently, he is a financial consultant and newspaper columnist.
Professor Kwan’s main research areas include financial economics, econometrics and time series analysis. He has published more than thirty papers in scholastic journals and has served as a referee for a number of international journals. His research works have been cited in many renowned academic journals and books.
Professor Kwan advises the SAR government in various areas. Presently, he is a member of the Public Affairs Forum and a member of the Long Term Housing Strategy Steering Committee.
My future research assistants
- On the finite-sample distribution of modified portmanteau tests for randomness of a Gaussian time series ( Biometrika ,1996 )
- Further results on the finite-sample distribution of Monti’s portmanteau test for the adequacy of an ARMA (p, q) model ( Biometrika ,1997 )
- The usefulness of consumer confidence in forecasting household spending in Canada: a national and regional analysis ( Economic Inquiry, 2006 )
- 《勝券盡握 — 迎接股市大轉勢的投資王道》 ( 經濟日報出版社 , 2010)