Hao Liang
Singapore Management University

Prof. LIANG Hao is an Associate Professor of Finance at Singapore Management University (SMU), where he also holds the BNP Paribas Fellowship and DBS Sustainability Fellowship, and sits on the management committee of Singapore Green Finance Centre. He is a research member of European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) and an extramural fellow of Tilburg University. He has published 14 papers on prestigious academic journals, including Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of International Business Studies, Management Science, Organization Science, and Journal of Business Venturing. He is the Section Editor (Finance & Business Ethics) of Journal of Business Ethics, an Associate Editor of Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies and Journal of Industrial and Business Economics, and on the Editorial Review Board of Strategic Management Journal. Prof. Liang is the recipient of the Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability Emerging Scholar Award in 2020, and two-time winner of the prestigious Moskowitz Prize for Socially Responsible Investing (2014 & 2019), one of the most recognized prizes in the SRI space. His paper “Socially Responsible Firms” is ranked 2nd in the most cited Journal of Financial Economics Articles published since 2016. At SMU, he teaches Sustainable Finance and Entrepreneurial Finance at undergraduate, masters, executive, DBA and PhD levels. He is a frequent contributor to Harvard Law School Forum of Corporate Governance and Oxford Business Law Blog among many other media. Most recently, Prof. Hao has been nominated as a member of the China ESG 30 Forum where 30 of the top minds in China’s ESG scene are brought together by Caixin Magazine. He is also a member of the Technical Committee for Sustainable Finance of Enterprise Singapore.