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Tao Li

Adjunct Lecturer, Mathematical Sciences
PhD Student
MSc, SUNY - Stony Brook University, 2009
BSc, Fudan University, 2006
tli@bentley.edu
                       


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Bio

Tao Li graduated with a BSc. degree in physics from Fudan University and a Msc. degree in applied math and statistics from SUNY-Stony Brook University. Tao Li has been working in the quantitative modeling fields across marketing, finance, and risk management for four year. Tao Li's research interests include business analytics, data mining and statistical modeling.

Teaching Interests

Statistics in Business

Research Interests

Business Analytics,Statistical Modeling

Consulting/Practice Interests

Data Analytics, Quantitative Modeling

Conference Presentations

Li, T. (2017). "Demystify The Value of Analysts' Recommendations." Presented at the FMA Annual Meeting 2017 / PhD Consortium, Boston, MA.

Li, T. (2017). "Which Analysts' Recommendations Should We Trust? Developing an Effective Strategy in the Portfolio Management Practice" Presented at the Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Conference 2017, Springfield, MA.

Li, T. (2016). "The Value of Investment Recommendations and the Over-Optimistic Bias." Presented at the New England Statistician Symposium 2016, New Heaven, CT.