Jianping Qi has been a finance professor at the USF since 1993 and has been a holder of the Bank of America Professorship since 2000. He was also a visiting finance professor (1992 and 1997) at Washington University in St. Louis. Jianping teaches courses at all levels, covering corporate finance, financial options and futures, and advanced finance theory.
His research focuses on financial intermediation and corporate finance theory. He has published articles in very high quality journals such as the Journal of Finance, the Review of Financial Studies, the Journal of Business, the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, the Journal of Financial Intermediation, and Management Science. Jianping won the College's Outstanding Research Award in 1997 and 2004. He referees numerous top finance or economics journals and is a member of the editorial board of Investment Management and Financial Innovations.
Qi earned a PhD and an MSBA from Washington University in St. Louis. He also earned an MBA from the University of Western Ontario, Canada, and a BS from Tsinghua University, China.
- FIN4533 and FIN6537 - Financial Options and Futures
- FIN4303 - Financial Institutions and Markets
- FIN6246 - Capital Markets
- FIN6406 - Financial Management
- Competition and Managerial Incentives: Board Independence, Information, and Predation (with George Kanatas), Journal of Industrial Economics, 2012, 60 (Issue 1), 136-161
- What Drives the Underpricing of Venture Capital Backed IPOs? (with D. Flagg and H. Wan), accepted at Intellectbase Academic Conference, 2012
- How Can Shareholder Lawsuits Promote the Collective Interests of all Shareholders? Investment Management and Financial Innovations, 2009, 6 (Issue 3), 148-155
Jianping is a member of the editorial board of Investment Management and Financial Innovations. He has been a member of the program committee of the Financial Intermediation Research Society. Jianping has also served as ad hoc referees for numerous top finance or economics journals, including the Journal of Finance and the Review of Financial Studies.