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Dr. Vik Singh is Assistant Professor in the Global Management Studies program

Dr. Vik Singh

Assistant Professor
DepartmentGlobal Management Studies
EducationMA, MBA, PhD
OfficeTRS 1-101
Phone416-979-5000, ext. 6839
Areas of ExpertiseGlobal Management, International Finance, Culture Linkages

Overview

Dr. Vik Singh is Assistant Professor in the Global Management Studies program at the Ted Rogers School of Management. His research investigates the role culture plays in shaping global linkages and in particular the challenges China faces in stemming crisis events in an era of increasing globalization. He is also investigating how ethnicity influences housing purchase decisions in a global context. He received his Ph.D. in Business from Griffith University and holds an MBA from Schulich School of Business at York University and M.A in Economics from the University of Regina.

Select Research and Professional Contributions
Singh, V. (2021). “China's Geopolitical Risk and International Financial Markets: Evidence from Canada”, Empirical Economics (Submitted).
Singh, V. (2021). “Effectiveness of Policy Interventions during Financial Crises in China and Russia: Lessons for the COVID-19 Pandemic”, Journal of Policy Modelling (Accepted).
Singh, V. (2020). “Do Birds of the Same Feather Flock Together? The Cultural Geography of Global Housing Price Interaction”, Housing Studies (Submitted).
Singh, V. (2020). “Chinese foreign transactions: What gets them in trouble?” Global Economy Journal (Review & Resubmit).
Singh, V. and Roca, E. (2020). “Weathering financial crisis in China: the role of global market integration, Applied Economics, DOI: 10.1080/00036846.2020.1849535
Singh, V., and Roca, E. (2019), “The Dynamics of Price Interaction among Culture Blocs in the Global Housing Market,” Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (under review).
Singh, V., Roca, E., and Li, B. (2019), “Does Integration Make Interventions during Market Crisis Less Effective? Evidence from China and Russia,” Empirical Economics (under review).
Singh, V., and Roca, E. (2019), “Long term price linkages among culture blocs in the global housing market,” Applied Economics Letters (under review).
Singh, V., Roca, E., and Li, B. (2019), “Global and Regional “Real” Linkages Across Market Cycles: Evidence from Partial Correlations in a Network Framework,” Applied Economics, pp. 1-32.
Singh, V., Roca, E., and Li, B. (2017), “How Pervasive is the Effect of Culture on Stock Market Integration? Evidence across Regions and Economic Cycle,” Applied Economics, vol. 49 (42), pp. 4209–4222. 
Singh, V., Roca, E., and Li, B. (2017), “Cointegration Networks in Stock Markets,” Applied Economics Letters, vol. 25 (10), pp. 663–667.
Working Papers
Singh, V., Roca, E., and Li, B. (2018), “Does Integration Make Interventions during Market Crisis Less Effective? Evidence from China and Russia,” Working Paper.
Work in Progress
Singh, V. (2019), “Determinants of Global Financial Inclusion: China and India.”
Singh, V. (2019), “The Dynamics of Affordability and Immigration in the Canadian Housing Market.”
Singh, V. and Roca, E. (2019), “To What Extent Do Political Events in China Shake International Financial Markets?”
Singh, V. and Roca, E. (2019), “The China Syndrome: Does China’s Geopolitical Risk Rattle Canadian and Australian Stock Markets?"
Course code Course title
GMS 200 Introduction to Global Management
GMS 691 The Asian Business Environment