Yu, Bosco W.T. （余永棠）
BBA(Hons) (CUHK); MSc (Stirling); PhD (Southampton); CPA (Australia)
Department of FinanceRoom 848, 8/F
Cheng Yu Tung Building
12 Chak Cheung Street
Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong
+852 3943 9787
Dr. Bosco Yu is a Senior Lecturer of the Department of Finance of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School. His research and teaching interests are mainly in the banking and finance area and the application of experiential methods in teaching and learning. He is very passionate in teaching students not only the knowledge of the course he teaches but also the mentality and the skills in becoming a lifelong learner. He believes that teaching and learning are mutual activities that involve respect, understanding and motivation in order to achieve pedagogical goals. He previously worked at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a bank before joining the tertiary sector.
Financial Markets & Instruments
Management of Financial Institutions
Banking and Finance
Application of Experiential Methods in Teaching and Learning
- Publications & Working Papers
- Thavikulwat, P., and Yu, B. (2021), “Replacing summative peer evaluations with self-managed group: A lesson in illusory superiority,” Developments in Business Simulation & Experiential Learning, 48, 201-208.
- Thavikulwat, P., and Yu, B. (2019), “Interbank interest-rate model for the banking business of a multi-industry game.” Simulation & Gaming, 50(6), 667-689.
- Yu, B. (2012), “The secondary mortgage market in Hong Kong: current development and policy implication,” Presented at The 7th Biennial Conference of Hong Kong Economic Association, Lingnan University.
- Yu, B.W.T., Pang, W. K., Troutt, M.D. and Hou, S. H. (2009), “Objective comparisons of the optimal portfolios corresponding to different utility functions,” European Journal of Operational Research, 199, 604-610.
- Pang, W.K., Hou, S.H., Troutt, M. Yu, W.T. and Li, K.W.K. (2007), “The Markov Chain Monte Carlo approach for estimating the risks of sudden and extremely large claims in insurance management,” International Journal of Business and Economics, 6(3), 225-236.
- Yu, W.T., Pang, W. K. and Li, L. K. (2004), “Borrowing cost reduction by interest rate swaps – an option pricing analysis,” European Journal of Operational Research, 154, 764-778.
- “A Bayesian approach to study the distribution of dividend yield data in the Hong Kong stock market”, Internal Competitive Research Grants awarded by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University with HK$110,000, 2007-2008 (Co-investigator)
- “The Markov chain Monte Carlo approach for estimating the risks of claims in insurance management”, Internal Competitive Research Grants awarded by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University with HK$106,965, 2005-2006 (Co-principal investigator)
- Awards & Honours
- Best Paper Award in the 43RD ABSEL Annual Conference – Simulation track for the paper: Thavikulwat, P., Chang, J., and Yu, B. (2016), “Can action complexity be used to measure the effectiveness of an educational game?” Developments in Business Simulation & Experiential Learning, 43, 216-226.
- Academic/Professional Services
- Moderator, Certified Banker Examination (Corporate Financial Services), The Hong Kong Institute of Bankers, 2017-Present