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§ Corporate Finance: Theory & Practice (Third-year/Postgraduate)
§ Behavioral Finance: Theory & Practice (Third-year/Postgraduate)
§ Real Options and Corporate Investment Strategies (PhD/Postgraduate)
§ Game/Contract Theory with Applications in Accounting and Finance (PhD/Postgraduate)
§ Theoretical Models of Corporate Finance, Behavioral Finance, and Market Microstructure
§ Executive Compensation, Earnings Management, Financial Disclosure
§ Behavioral Corporate Finance, Capital Budgeting, Real Options
§ Corporate Governance, Insider Trading, Liquidity
§ Ambiguity on Hedging and Risk Management, Banking Crises
§ Financial Innovation and Counterparty Risks in Financial Contracts
§ “Production and Hedging with Optimism and Pessimism under Ambiguity” (with Donald Lien) International Review of Economics and Finance (2017), Vol. 50, pp. 122-135.
“Interactive Reporting Bias Surrounding CEO Turnover”. European Accounting Review (2017), Vol. 26,pp. 239-282.
§ “Optimal Managerial Hedging and Contracting with Self-Esteem Concerns”(with
Chongwoo Choe and Donald Lien). International Review of Economics and Finance (2015),
Vol. 37, pp. 354-367.
§ “Production and Hedging with Time-Inconsistent Preferences” (with Donald Lien)
Journal of Futures Markets (2015), Vol. 35, No. 10, pp. 961-985.
“CEO Overconfidence, CEO Compensation, and Earnings Manipulation”
“CEO Overconfidence and Overinvestment under Product Market Competition”
§ “Time-Inconsistent Investment with Financial Constraints and Cash Flow Hedging”(with
Donald Lien). International Review of Financial Analysis (2014), Vol. 35, pp. 72-79.
§ “ FDI Timing: Entry Cost Subsidy versus Tax Rate Reduction” (with Ta-Cheng Chang and
Chinn-Ping Fan), Economic Modelling (2007), Vol. 24, Iss. 2., pp. 262-271.
§ “Board Independence, Monitoring, and CEO Pay Disparity”
§ “Tournaments and Project Selection under Ambiguity - A Bright Side of Risk-Taking” (with Birendra Rai)
§ “Product Market Competition and Multidimensional Managerial Incentives” (with CJ Sun)
§ “Tournament Incentives and Stock Liquidity – Theory and Evidence” (with Chee Chong and Ralf Zurbruegg)
§ “The Value of External Oversight: Evidence from Corruption in China” (with Yishu Fu and Ralf Zurbruegg)
§ “Rise of the uninformed: An analysis of the time-to-maturity pattern of information asymmetry and its impact on futures return volatility” (with Hoàng-Long Phan, Ralf Zurbruegg, and Paul Brockman)
Work in Progress
§ “Curse or destiny: Superstition and stock price crash risk” (with Min Bai, Limin Xu, and Ralf Zurbruegg)
§ Delegated Portfolio Management and Ambiguity (with Donald Lien and Takeshi Yamada)
§ Market Non-participation and Equity Premium under Ambiguity
§ Organizational Forms, Communication, and Managerial Incentives (with Ching-Jen Sun)
§ CEO Pays and Markets using Signaling and Matching Models (with Birendra Rai)
§ Real Options with Agency Problems
§ CEO Turnover and Earnings Management in the presence of Social Preferences
§ Bank Competition, Risk Taking, and the Stability in the Banking Industry
§ “Production and Hedging with Optimism and Pessimism under Ambiguity,” The 23rd Conference on the Theories and Practices of Securities and Financial Markets 2015, Kaohsiung.
§ “Interactive Reporting Bias Surrounding CEO Turnover,” 2015 AFAANZ Annual Conference in Hobart; Seminar, School of Accounting, Economics, and Finance, Deakin University, Melbourne, September 2014.
§ “Hubris, CEO Compensation, and Earnings Manipulation,” The 25th Australian Finance and Banking Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney, December 2012.
§ “CEO Turnover, Earnings Management, and Big Bath,” The 25th PhD Conference in Business and Economics, University of Western Australia, Perth, November 2012.
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