Di is a Lecturer in Finance at School of Economics, Finance and Marketing, RMIT university. Her research interests lay in volatility estimation and forecasting, commodity futures, alternative investments, empirical asset pricing and renewable energy.
Dr Di Mo joined RMIT in 2018, as a Lecturer in Finance at School of Economics, Finance and Marketing. Her research interests lay in volatility estimation and forecasting, commodity futures, alternative investments, empirical asset pricing and renewable energy.
She received a Ph.D. in Finance and a B.Com with First Class Honours, during which she was awarded multiple scholarships totalling in excess of $150,000. Her research has been published in journals including Energy Economics, Economic Modelling and Managerial Finance.
Di has also served as an ad hoc reviewer for the Economic Modelling and International Journal of Finance and Economics.
- Risk Management
- International Finance
- Financial Markets
- Ph.D. in Finance, 2017
- Bachelor of Commerce (First Class Hons), 2013
- Paramati, S.,Mo, D.,Huang, R. (2021). The role of financial deepening and green technology on carbon emissions: Evidence from major OECD economies In: Finance Research Letters, 41, 1 - 6
- Li, T.,Chu, C.,Meng, F.,Li, Q.,Mo, D.,Li, B.,Tsai, S. (2018). Will happiness improve the psychological integration of migrant workers? In: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15, 1 - 22
- Mo, D.,Gupta, R.,Li, B.,Singh, T. (2018). The macroeconomic determinants of commodity futures volatility: Evidence from Chinese and Indian markets In: Economic Modelling, 70, 543 - 560
- Paramati, S.,Mo, D.,Gupta, R. (2017). The effects of stock market growth and renewable energy use on CO2 emissions: Evidence from G20 countries In: Energy Economics, 66, 360 - 371
- Mo, D.,Todorova, N.,Gupta, R. (2015). Implied volatility smirk and future stock returns: evidence from the German market In: Managerial Finance, 41, 1357 - 1379
- Paramati, S.,Mo, D.,Gupta, R. (2015). Understanding the relationship between fund flows and past performance in Australian managed funds In: Financial Planning Research Journal, 1, 73 - 80
2 PhD Current Supervisions
- News or noise: Evidence from Australian markets. Funded by: AFAANZ - Competitive from (2021 to 2022)