Category Archives: KP Research

My Top 25 Hottest Articles

My paper entitled “Financial crisis and stock market efficiency: empirical evidence from Asian countries” (co-authored with Robert Brooks and Jae Kim) has been listed ScienceDirect

My Manuscript Submission-Tracking Software

When I started my academic career in 2002, I used to keep my submission records in the traditional way, that is keeping all the hardcopies

My Biography in Who’s Who in the World 2012

My brief biography has been included in the Who’s Who in the World 2012 (29th Edition).  

My Google Scholar Citations

Google has introduced the Google Scholar Citations: a simple way for researchers to compute their citation metrics and track them over time. After the Beta

My Publication with Wiley-Blackwell

Wiley-Blackwell publishes many reputable economics and finance journals. I hope I can publish some of my papers in their journals.

My Publication with Cambridge University Press

Kian-Ping Lim and Robert D. Brooks (2010) Why do emerging stock markets experience more persistent price deviations from a random walk over time? A country-level analysis, Macroeconomic

My Publications with Taylor & Francis (Applied Economics Series)

During my bachelor (UKM) and master degree (UPM), the Applied Economics (AE) Series published by Taylor & Francis were one of the most popular journals

My Publications with Elsevier

My first article in Elsevier’s journal is Lim (2007, Physica A),  a paper that I wrote during my PhD candidature. After that great experience, I

My Scopus ID: 7403176001

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My Researcher ID: C-6528-2011

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