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William Lim

School of Administrative Studies

Associate Professor

Office: Atkinson College, 211
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 33822
Email: limw@yorku.ca


William Lim received his B.Com from the University of Alberta, and his M.S. and Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business. He is presently an Associate Professor of Finance. Prior to joining York University, he taught at the University of New Brunswick, Carleton University, Lafayette College, Kent State University and Knox College. Dr. Lim’s current research interests are in Dynamic General Equilibrium models of asset pricing, Trade Credit and Entrepreneurial Finance.

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Prior to joining York University, he taught at the University of New Brunswick, Carleton University, Lafayette College, Kent State University and Knox College. Dr. Lim’s current research interests are in Dynamic General Equilibrium models of asset pricing, Trade Credit and Entrepreneurial Finance. He has several lead articles in refereed journals, numerous conference papers and has won awards for his research. He teaches Investments, Advanced Corporate Finance and Financial Management, and his research has been cited in the market-leading textbook on Working Capital Management. He is also the author of the Online Learning Centre and Instructor’s Manual for McGraw-Hill Ryerson’s market-leading Bodie Investments textbook and the co-author of the Online Learning Centre for its Brealey Fundamental of Corporate Finance textbook. He is on sabbatical leave in 2007-08.

Degrees

PhD, Carnegie Mellon University
MS, Carnegie Mellon University
BCom, University of Alberta

Research Interests

Financial and Monetary Systems , Working Capital Management, Entrepreneurial Finance, General Equilibrium Models of Asset Pricing, Finance

Current Research Projects


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    Funders:
    Junior Faculty fund


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2019 AP/ADMS4540 3.0 B Financial Management LECT
Fall 2019 AP/ADMS4540 3.0 D Financial Management LECT
Winter 2020 AP/ADMS4540 3.0 M Financial Management LECT
Winter 2020 AP/ADMS4541 3.0 M Applied Corporate Finance LECT


William Lim received his B.Com from the University of Alberta, and his M.S. and Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business. He is presently an Associate Professor of Finance. Prior to joining York University, he taught at the University of New Brunswick, Carleton University, Lafayette College, Kent State University and Knox College. Dr. Lim’s current research interests are in Dynamic General Equilibrium models of asset pricing, Trade Credit and Entrepreneurial Finance.

Prior to joining York University, he taught at the University of New Brunswick, Carleton University, Lafayette College, Kent State University and Knox College. Dr. Lim’s current research interests are in Dynamic General Equilibrium models of asset pricing, Trade Credit and Entrepreneurial Finance. He has several lead articles in refereed journals, numerous conference papers and has won awards for his research. He teaches Investments, Advanced Corporate Finance and Financial Management, and his research has been cited in the market-leading textbook on Working Capital Management. He is also the author of the Online Learning Centre and Instructor’s Manual for McGraw-Hill Ryerson’s market-leading Bodie Investments textbook and the co-author of the Online Learning Centre for its Brealey Fundamental of Corporate Finance textbook. He is on sabbatical leave in 2007-08.

Degrees

PhD, Carnegie Mellon University
MS, Carnegie Mellon University
BCom, University of Alberta

Research Interests

Financial and Monetary Systems , Working Capital Management, Entrepreneurial Finance, General Equilibrium Models of Asset Pricing, Finance

Current Research Projects


    Project Type: Funded
    Funders:
    Junior Faculty fund



Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2019 AP/ADMS4540 3.0 B Financial Management LECT
Fall 2019 AP/ADMS4540 3.0 D Financial Management LECT
Winter 2020 AP/ADMS4540 3.0 M Financial Management LECT
Winter 2020 AP/ADMS4541 3.0 M Applied Corporate Finance LECT