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Biography

Dr. J. Jimmy Yang

College of Business

Oregon State University, USA

Professor


Email: jimmy.yang@bus.oregonstate.edu


Qualifications

2003 Ph.D., Finance, University of Cincinnati, USA

1997 M.B.A., Finance, Saint Louis University, USA

1993 B.A., Public Finance, National Chung Hsing University, TAIWAN


Publications (selected)

  1. Brooks, R., Mathew, P., Yang, J. (2014). When-issued trading in the Indian IPO market. Journal of Financial Markets, 19, 170-196.
  2. Kim, K., Liu, H., Yang, J. (2013). Reconsidering Price Limit Effectiveness. Journal of Financial Research, 36(4), 493-518.
  3. Berger D., Pukthuanthong K. and Yang J. (2013), Is the diversification benefit of frontier markets realizable by mean-variance investors? The evidence of investable funds,Journal of Portfolio Management39, 4, 36-48.
  4. Dang Li and Yang J. (2013), The choice between rights and underwritten equity offerings: evidence from Chinese stock markets,Journal of Multinational Financial Management23, 235-253.
  5. Brooks R. and Yang J. (2012), Emerging from bankruptcy with when-issued trading,Financial Review47, 445-467.
  6. Liu Y. and Yang J. (2011), Private debt, unused credit lines, and seasoned equity offerings,Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance51, 376-388.
  7. Berger D., Pukthuanthong K. and Yang J. (2011), International diversification with frontier markets,Journal of Financial Economics101, 227-242.
  8. Elston J. and Yang J. (2010), Venture capital, ownership structure, accounting standards, and IPO underpricing: Evidence from Germany,Journal of Economics and Business62, 517-536.
  9. Hsieh P., Kim Y. and Yang J. (2009), The magnet effect of price limits: A logit approach,Journal of Empirical Finance16, 830-837.
  10. Kim Y. and Yang J. (2009), The effect of price limits: initial public offerings vs. seasoned equities,International Review of Finance9, 295-318.
  11. Hsieh P. and Yang J. (2009), A censored stochastic volatility approach to the estimation of price limit moves,Journal of Empirical Finance16, 337-351.
  12. Kim Y. and Yang J. (2008), The effect of price limits on intraday volatility and information asymmetry,Pacific-Basin Finance Journal16, 522-538.
  13. Kim Y., Yagüe J. and Yang J. (2008), Relative Performance of Trading Halts and Price Limits: Evidence from the Spanish Stock Exchange,International Review of Economics and Finance17, 197-215.
  14. Brooks R. and Yang J. (2007), Teaching an old dog new tricks: using the dividend growth model in financial planning,Journal of Economics and Finance Education6, 2, 65-73.
  15. Kim Y. and Yang J. (2004), What makes circuit breakers attractive to financial markets? A survey,Financial Markets, Institutions & Instruments13, 109-146.



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Last Updated: September 2013

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