Mr. Pin-Te Lin is a PhD Candidate in Finance at the Australian National University (ANU) and works as a Lecturer in Real Estate Finance and Investment at Henley Business School. Prior to joining Henley, Pin-Te was the Higher Degree Research student representative in the Research School of Finance, Statistics, and Actuarial Studies at the ANU.
His dissertation focuses on the pricing determinants of housing markets. In the 2016 Three Minute Thesis Competition at the ANU, he was voted as the most popular presenter in the College of Business and Economics, as well as in the university-wide competition at ANU Open Day.
Pin-Te considers himself very lucky to study for his PhD in Finance under the supervision of Dr. Dean Katselas and Dr. Anna von Reibnitz at the ANU. Following them, Pin-Te is committed to continual improvement as a passionate educator and researcher at Henley Business School.
- MPhil in Real Estate Finance, University of Cambridge, UK
- MA in Economics, University of Waterloo, Canada
- BA in Economics, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
- Associate Fellow of Higher Education Academy, UK
Empirical Asset Pricing; Housing Markets
Lin, P. and Fuerst, F. (2014) The Integration of Direct Real Estate and Stock Markets in Asia, Applied Economics 46, 1323-1334.
Lin, P. and Fuerst, F. (2014) Volatility Clustering, Risk-Return Relationship and Asymmetric Adjustment in Canadian Housing Markets, Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management 20, 37-46.
Lin, P. (2013) Examining Volatility Spillover in Asian REIT Markets, Applied Financial Economics 23, 1701-1705.