Research Assistant, Centre for Risk Studies
MSc (London School of Economics)
Ken Deng is a Research Assistant at the Centre for Risk Studies and has a background in corporate finance, asset pricing and economics in general. He attained his MSc at London School of Economics and completed his first degree at the University of Hong Kong.
Ken’s current research focus lies in corporate valuation in relation to particular risks that are inspired by the broad Pandora Integrated Risk Assessment and most cared by major industrial players. Prior to joining the Centre for Risk Studies, Ken has worked in several research assistant roles helping in data analyses of macroeconomic events as well as financial market activities. His personal research interest relates to market frictions, transmission mechanism and endogenous risks.