Ke's research primarily focuses on mutual funds and institutional investors. Specifically, he studies mutual fund performance persistence, as well as potential conflict of interest in IPO allocations by investment bank-affiliated mutual funds.
Shanghai University, B.S.
Northern Illinois University, M.S.
University of Iowa, Ph.D.
Heterogeneous turnover-performance relations, 2021, with Lin Tong and Tong Yao, Journal of Banking & Finance 124
Redemption in Kind and Mutual Fund Liquidity Management, 2022, with Vikas Agarwal, Honglin Ren and Haibei Zhao, Review of Financial Studies, Forthcoming