Frank Li


Frank Li is an Associate Professor at Ivey Business School at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada, where his research interests reside in empirical corporate finance. Professor Li has published numerous research papers and case studies, aiming to better understand the subtle but important effects of various governance mechanisms and contract designs and to identify and estimate the role of managerial attributes and preferences in determining organization structure, policy, and performance. His research—which has been featured by media outlets such as Yahoo Finance, The Globe and Mail, Financial Post and CTV News—has been supported by several Canadian federal government research funds. Professor Li has also won research awards from several world leading institutions such as the Global Finance Institute and the World Business Institute. His work experience includes various financial analyst and strategic management positions in an international bank, a personal credit company, a small pharmaceutical consulting firm, and a fortune 500 health care corporation.

Implementing CSR-contingent Executive Compensation

by , Issue: September/October 2022

As corporate purpose evolves it is worth asking if traditional executive pay formulas have reached their best-before date