Dr. Luke Deer researches banking, and financial technology in China and Australia as well as on broader areas of China’s transition and emerging technologies. Luke is a freelance researcher and a tutor in the Finance Discipline at The University of Sydney Business School.
Luke’s is currently finishing an Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) grant-funded research project with Mike Beggs which explores a ‘Money View’ analysis of the dynamics between financial innovation and central banking in the recent history of China’s financial system.
Previously Luke was the research director for the first Asia-Pacific China Alternative Finance Benchmarking Report published in March 2016. This report was led by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, with the Tsinghua Graduate School at Shenzhen and the University of Sydney Business School and its Finance Discipline, in partnership with KPMG Australia and its regional offices and supported by ACCA (The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants).
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Luke’s publications include:
Deer, L. (2018), ‘China’s plan to end the anonymity of cash‘, Nikkei Asian Review, November 14, 2018.
Grant, A. and Deer, L. (2017), ‘Consumer marketplace lending in Australia: credit scores and loan funding’, Working Paper presented at the Sydney Banking and Financial Stability Conference, The University of Sydney Business School, December 1, 2017.
Garvey, K. …. Deer, L. et.al. (2017) Cultivating Growth, The 2nd Asia-Pacific Alternative Finance Benchmarking Report, Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, Tsinghua Graduate School of Shenzhen, Australian Centre for Financial Studies Monash University, in partnership with KPMG, supported by CME Group Foundation and HNA Capital.
Deer, L. and Peter, S. (2017), ‘Jack Ma and the unicorns’, Sydney Business Insights, originally published in The Australian Financial Review BOSS Magazine, on June 5, 2017.
Zhang, B., Deer, L., Wardrop, R. et.al. (2016) Harnessing Potential: The 2015 Asia-Pacific Alternative Finance Benchmarking Report, Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, Tsinghua Graduate School of Shenzhen, The University of Sydney Business School, in partnership with KPMG, supported by ACCA.
Deer, L., Mi, J., Yu, Y. and Zhao, L. (2015), Peer-to-Peer Lending in China: An Overview and Survey Case Study, ACCA Research Report, ACCA (The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) Global, UK: London. December.
Deer, L. 2014. ‘A Springtime for Microfinance in China?’, The China Story, Australian Centre for China in the World, The Australian National University, September 17, 2014.
Deer, L. and Song, L. 2013, International Financial Adjustment for China: A Financial Valuation Approach. China & World Economy, 21: 1–25. doi: 10.1111/j.1749-124X.2013.12006.x
Deer, L. and Song, L. 2012, China’s Approach to Rebalancing: A Conceptual and Policy Framework. China & World Economy, 20: 1–26. doi: 10.1111/j.1749-124X.2012.01270.x
Deer, L. and Song, L. 2012. ‘A structural approach to China’s rebalancing’, East Asia Forum, April 24, 2012.