DAY 1: THURSDAY, MAY 27

Sessions 1 through 26

Thursday, May 27, 7:00-7:30 A.M.


 

JOIN Opening and Welcome Remarks

ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND
 

Professor Ali M.  Parhizgari

GFC 2021 Program Co-Chair,

Florida International University

parhiz@fiu.edu

 Professor Shahid Hamid

Professor and Chair, Department of Finance

Florida International University

hamids@fiu.edu

Professor Manuchehr Shahrokhi

GFA/GFC Executive Director & Program Co-Chair

Craig School of Business, California State University, Fresno

shahrokhi@glofin.org

 

Thursday, May 27, 7:30-9:00 A.M.

Chairperson: Ehsan Nikbakht, Hofstra University.  wallstreettutor@yahoo.com

AN INVESTIGATION OF BIASES IN INVESTMENT DECISION MAKING AMONG INDIAN INVESTORS

Srividya V, PSG Institute of Management, India, srividya.sathesh@gmail.com

V.Shripria, KCT Business School,

S.S.Manikandan, PSG Institute of Management

 

Competition and Earnings Management

Xibei Zheng, Texas Tech University, xibei.zheng@ttu.edu

Leyuan You, Texas State University

Pritam Saha from Texas Tech University

 

Corruption and Stock Price Volatility: Firm-level Evidence

Chandan Jha,  Madden School of Business, Le Moyne College, jhack@lemoyne.edu

Tapas Mishra, University of Southampton,

Prateek Sharma, Indian Institute of Management

Sunny K. Singh, BITS Pilani

 

Agency Costs, Business Cycles, and Equity Prices

Adelphe Ekponon, University of Liverpool, Management School; a.ekponon@liverpool.ac.uk

 

JOIN Session 2 - Asset Allocation and Investment Advisers

Thursday, May 27, 7:30-9:00 A.M.

Chairperson: Adam Zaremba; Montpellier Business School; Poznan University of Economics and Business; a.zaremba@montpellier-bs.com; adam.zaremba@wp.pl

  

Diversification and manager autonomy in fund families: implications for investors

RUTH GIMENO,  University of Zaragoza, rgimeno@unizar.es

Cristina Ortiz, Universidad de Zaragoza,

Laura Andrew, Universidad de Zaragoza

 

Do Investment Advisers Herd in Office Location?

Tianyue Zhao, University of Pittsburg, tzhao@ollusa.edu

Jing Wei, Stony Brook University, New York

 

Do Analyst and Investment Communities React to Analysts’ Discriminative Participation in Earnings Conference Calls?

 Fatemeh Zare,Technical University of Darmstadt, fatemeh.zare@tu-darmstadt.de

 

Salience Theory and the Cross-Section of Stock Returns: International and Further Evidence

Nusret Cakici; Fordham University; cakici@fordham.edu

Adam Zaremba; Montpellier Business School; Poznan University of Economics and Business; a.zaremba@montpellier-bs.com; adam.zaremba@wp.pl

 

 

JOIN Session 3 – Funds, Portfolio Concentration, and Monetary Policy

Thursday, May 27, 7:30-9:00 A.M.

 

Chairperson:  Margherita Giuzio, European Central Bank margherita.giuzio@ecb.europa.eu  

 

Active Mutual Funds: Beware of Smart Beta ETFs!

Thanh Dat Le, Auburn University, dtl0015@auburn.edu

Determinants of non-compliant equity funds with EU portfolio concentration limits

Luis Vicente, University of Zaragoza, lavicent@unizar.es

Lidia Loban, University of Zaragoza

Jose Luis Sarto, University of Zaragoza

 

Investment funds, risk-taking, and monetary policy in the euro area

Margherita Giuzio, European Central Bank, margherita.giuzio@ecb.europa.eu

Christoph Kaufmann, Ellen Ryan, Lorenzo Cappiello, European Central Bank

 

 

JOIN Session 4 – Crisis and Conflicts

Thursday, May 27, 7:30-9:00 A.M.

 

Chairperson:   Ali Fatemi, Editor, Global Finance Journal, and DePaul University, Chicago; afatemi@depaul.edu

 

Asset Pricing with Realistic Crises Dynamics

Goutham Gopalakrishna, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne,  goutham.gopalakrishna@epfl.ch

 

Firm Responses to Violent Conflict

Diogo Mendes, Stockholm School of Economics,  diogo.mendes@hhs.se

 

Some insights into IPO underpricing and short-term performance: A cross country study during two major crisis scenarios

Amrit Panda, Indian Institute of Management Sambalpur,  phd19amritp@iimsambalpur.ac.in

Soumya Guha Deb, Indian Institute of Management Sambalpur

 

 

JOIN Session 5 - Bond Market and Portfolio Management

Thursday, May 27, 7:30-9:00 A.M.

Chairperson: Michael Frenkel, WHU, GERMANY - Michael.Frenkel@whu.edu   

 

Quantitative ratings and the performance, risk, and flows of European bond mutual funds

Paulo Leite,  Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave, IPCA, pleite@ipca.pt

Luis Otero Gonzalez, University de Santiago,  

Pablo Duran Santomil, University de Santiago  

Renato Domingues, Polytechnic Institute of Tomar

 

Does Venture Capital Reputation Matter for Portfolio Firms’ Performance? Evidence from China

Hai LONG, Anhui International Studies University, soholonghai@163.com 

 

Dynamic Portfolio Management with Machine Learning

Emmanouil Platanakis, University of Bath, School of Management, UK, E.Platanakis@bath.ac.uk

Xinyu Huang, University of Bath, Massimo Guido, Bocconi University,

David P. Newton, University of Bath

 

JOIN Session 6 – Banking, Exposure, and New Apps

Thursday, May 27, 9:30-11:00 A.M. (PST)

 

Chairperson: Igor Rivera, EGADE Business School, Tecnológico de Monterrey, igrivera@itesm.mx  

 

Bank Risk Exposure: The Time-varying Impact on Indian Commercial Banks

A. Karen, Indian Institute of Technology Madras,  karennisha1983@gmail.com

R. Madhumathi,  Indian Institue of Technology Madras

 

Commercial banks, venture capital and conflict of interest

Humberto Gallucci Netto,  Unifesp,  humberto.gallucci@unifesp.br

Antonio Gledson de Carvalho, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

 

DETERMINANTS ON THE USAGE OF BANKING APPS IN MÉXICO: A PRELIMINARY STATISTICAL STUDY ON LOYALTY

Igor Rivera,  EGADE Business School - Tecnológico de Monterrey,  igrivera@tec.mx

C. Fabiola Vásquez García, Technologico de Monterrey

 

 

JOIN Session 7 - Panel Presentation  

Thursday, May 27, 9:30-11:00 A.M. (PST)

 

Teaching and Interface of Machine Learning (ml) in Engineering and Finance

 

Moderator:  Dr. Rita  Biswas. University at Albany, SUNY; rbiswas@albany.edu

Panelsits:  

Dr. Hany Elgala, University at Albany, SUNY;  helgala@albany.edu

Dr. Clemens Westerkamp, University of Applied Sciences Osnabrueck, c.westerkamp@hs-osnabrueck.de

Dr. Mechthild Schrooten, HS-Bremen, Germany , mechthild.schrooten@hs-bremen.de

Dr. Xiao Li, University at Albany, SUNY, xli43@albany.edu

 

Machine learning (ML) as a tool in our everyday life is here to stay. The sooner universities embrace ML into their curricula, the better prepared their graduates will be.  A product’s life cycle begins at the ideation stage, progressing to the engineering stage, moving on to a prototype before maturing on to a commercially viable product - the business stage.  ML serves as an aid to decision-making at each stage.  Currently, ML is being taught in the classical fashion - at the engineering and business stages dichotomously.  This panel explores the acceptance of ML at the intersection of engineering and business decision-making. 

                                                                                                                                      

JOIN Session 8 – Contagion, Languages, and Environment

Thursday, May 27, 9:30-11:00 A.M. (PST)

 

Chairperson:  A. M. Parhizgari, FIU, parhiz@fiu.edu

 

International Contagion.docx

Zedda Stefano, University of Cagliari, szedda@unica.it

 

Language, Uncertainty, and Foreign Direct Investment

Le Zhao, Florida International University,  Lzhao006@fiu.edu    

A.M. Parhizgari, Florida International University,

Marcos Velazquez, Florida International University,

Xiaomeng Lu, Florida International University,

 

Momentum and Market Volatility: A Bayesian Regime-Switching Model

Jia Cao, University of South Wales; jia.cao@southwales.ac.uk

Laurence Copeland, Cardiff University; laurence.copeland@gmail.com

 

The Economic Consequences of the Olympic Games: International Evidence on Cross-Listings

Li Yu, Department of Accountancy and Law, Hong Kong Baptist University lily_yu@life.hkbu.edu.hk

Albert Tsang, Hong Kong Polytechnic University;  hl-albert.tsang@polyu.edu.hk   

Kun Tracy Wang, Australian National University; kun.wang@anu.edu.au

Nathan Zhenghang Zhu, Australian National University; zhenghang.zhu@anu.edu.au    


 

JOIN Session 9 - Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

Thursday, May 27, 9:30-11:00 A.M. (PST)

 

Chairperson: Laura Gonzalez, California State University - Long Beach laura.gonzalezalana@csulb.edu

 

Analysis of the influence factors of Bitcoin's price based on FMOLS estimator

Hassan Obeid,  Ebs-Paris,  hassan.obeid@gmail.com

Nadia Slimene, University of Sousse,  Karim Kefi, ISTEC Business School

 

Blockchain in Pro-Social Peer-to-Peer Lending

Laura Gonzalez, California State University Long Beach,  laura.gonzalezalana@csulb.edu

 

Cryptocurrency Factor Portfolios: Performance, Decomposition and Pricing Models

Weihao Han, University of Bath,  wh587@bath.ac.uk  

David Newton, University of Bath, Emmanouil Platanakis, University of Bath,

Charles Sutcliffe, University of Reading, Xiaoxia Ye, University of Liverpool

 

Are Cryptocurrencies Priced in the Cross-section? A Portfolio Approach

Adelphe Ekponon, University of Liverpool; a.ekponon@liverpool.ac.uk

Kassi Assamoi, MUFG Securities

 

JOIN Session 10 - Share Repurchase and Equity Ownership

Thursday, May 27, 9:30-11:00 A.M. (PST)

 

Chairperson: Elyas Elyasiani, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA USA - elyas@temple.edu  

 

Who Invests in and What Drives Equity Ownership Around the World

Ines Chaieb, University of Geneva and SFI,  ines.chaieb@unige.ch

Vihang Errunza, McGill University

Yiliu Lu, McGill University

 

Activist Driven Spinoffs

Wilbur Chen, Harvard Business School,  wchen@hbs.edu

Suraj Srinivasan, Harvard University

 

Share Pledging and Corporate Securities Fraud

Jie Zhang, Trent University,  jiezhang@trentu.ca  

Lawrence Kryzanowski, Concordia University 

Mingyang Li, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law 

Sheng Xu, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law

 

Institutional Ownership and Bank Failure

Elyas Elyasiani, Temple University

Jingyi Jia, Southern Illinois University

JOIN Session 11 - KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Thursday, May 27, 11:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.(PST)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professor Kent Baker, American University, Washington, DC, USA

 

The dividend puzzle revisited

Professor Baker revisits the dividend puzzle, highlights the importance of survey research, and discusses the current state of dividend theories and practice.

JOIN Session 12 – Governance and Boards

Thursday, May 27, 2021;1:30 – 3:00 PM (PST)

 

Chairperson: Karel Hrazdil,  Simon Fraser University, karel_hrazdil@sfu.ca

 

Board Connections and CEO Successions

Joanna(Xiaoyu) Wang Joanna,  Georgia State University,  xwang58@gsu.edu

PRERECORDED:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/vm6i4o5w4tjnalf/AABN8GPPNei00gP28fQMzzKVa?dl=0

 

CEO happiness and forecasting

Karel Hrazdil, Simon Fraser University, karel_hrazdil@sfu.ca    

Xin LI, Simor Fraser University,  

Nattavut Suwanyangyuan, Brock University

CEO Pet Projects

Paul Decaire, W.P., Arizona State University,  paul.decaire@asu.edu   

Denis Sosyura, Arizona State University

 

JOIN Session 13 - ESG Rewards and Costs 
Thursday, May 27, 1:30-3:00 P.M (PST)

 

Chairperson: Deanne Butchey, Florida International University, butcheyd@fiu.edu

 

Achieving Stability and Prosperity, the Chinese Way

Quan Cheng,  University of the Fraser Valley,  quan.cheng@ufv.ca

Alex Ng, Thompson Rivers University

 

Does it pay to be Green? Evidence from GCC Banking Sector

Rashedul Hasan,  Coventry University,  ad6284@coventry.ac.uk

Mohammad Dulal Miah, University of Nizwam Nizwa

M. Kabir Hassan, University of New Orleans

 

Does it pay to pollute

Binam Ghimire, Northumbria University,  binam.ghimire@northumbria.ac.uk

 

 

JOIN Session 14 - Options Market and Pricing

Thursday, May 27, 1:30-3:00 P.M. (PST)

 

Chairperson:  Edward Lawrence, Florida International University; elawrenc@fiu.edu

 

Unbridled Spirit: Illicit Markets for Bourbon Whiskey

Thomas Shohfi,  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,  shohft@rpi.edu

Conor Lennon, University of Louisville.

 

Informed Trading in Options Markets Surrounding Data Breaches

Heng(Emily) Wang,  Oklahoma State University,  heng.wang@okstate.edu

Louis R. Piccotti, Oklahoma State University.

 

Options Repricing Behavior and Investor Attention

 Abhinav Sharma, Indian Institute Of Management Ahmedabad,  phd16abhinavs@iima.ac.in

JOIN Session 15 – COVID-19 Pandemic Impact Analyses

Thursday, May 27, 1:30-3:00 P.M. (PST)

 

Chairperson:  Edgar Ortiz, Universidad Nacional Autonome de Mexico, acr2001mx@yahoo.com.mx  

 

Can R&D investment reduce the impact of COVID-19 on firm performance? - Evidence from India

Shreya Biswas, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, Hyderabad Campus,  shreya@hyderabad.bits-pilani.ac.in

COVID-19 effects on the Canadian term structure of interest rates

Federico Severino, Université Laval, federico.severino@fsa.ulaval.ca

Marzia A. Cremona, Universite Laval

Eric Dadie, Universite Laval

 

COVID-19, Lockdowns, and States’ Cost of Borrowing

Nhu Tran, Binghamton University,  ntran1@binghamton.edu

 

 

JOIN Session 16 – Covid-19, Stock Market Linkages, and Matching Pensions

Thursday, May 27, 1:30-3:00 PM (PST)

 

Chairperson: Manuel José Rocha Armada, University of Minho; mjramada@gmail.com   

 

THE VALUE OF CORPORATE CASH HOLDINGS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Jan Pieter Veerhoek, University of Antwerp & Maastricht University,  jan.veerhoek@student.uantwerpen.be

Marc Deloof, University of Antwerp and Mangement Schol

PRE-RECORDED LINK:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/18vRgTjgrr7pHowsEW1ewCm2-DQWb-C1j/view?usp=drivesdk

 

The impact of the Shanghai-Hong Kong stock market connection on corporate innovation: Evidence from mainland China

Guanming He,  Durham University,  guanming.he@durham.ac.uk  

Xiaorong Li, Central University of Finance and Economics,

Jingbo Luo, Lanzhou University

 

Maturity transformation is an oxymoron: ways to match pensions and long-term assets

Anthony Asher, UNSW, a.asher@unsw.edu.au

 

JOIN Session 17 - Investment and Patent

Thursday, May 27, 3:30-5:00 P.M.

 

Chairperson: Yochanan Shachmurove, University of New York, ys4624@nyu.edu

 

Returns of Chinese Patents in Technologically Intense Manufacturing Industries

Yochanan Shachmurove,  University of New York,  ys4624@nyu.edu  

Yixiang Gao, New York University

 

Selective Learning and Price Over- and Under-reaction

Gleb Gertsman,  Tilburg University,  g.gertsman@uvt.nl    

 

Selling winners, holding losers: Is it true for women?

      Cristina Ortiz,  Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain),  cortiz@unizar.es  

Laura Andrew, Universidad de Zaragoza

 

JOIN Session 18 - PANEL PRESENTATION BLOCKCHAIN AND DIGITAL BREAKTHROUGHS

Thursday, May 27, 3:30-5:00 P.M.

 

Moderator:  Ehsan Nikbakht, Hofstra University. Ehsan.Nikbakht@hofstra.edu

 

Panelists:  

 

Hugo Benedetti, ESE Business School, Universidad de los Andes, Chile, hbenedetti.ese@uandes.cl

 

Krishnan Dandapani, Florida International University; dandapan@fiu.edu

M. Hashemi Joo,  North Carolina A&T State University; mhashemijoo@gmail.com

Yuka Nishikawa, College of Charleston; nishikaway@cofc.edu

Giga Zukhubaia, Hofstra University, gzukhubaia1@pride.hofstra.edu

 

This panel considers selected possible applications of blockchain and related issues in the industry. It discusses the current trade settlement deficiencies and suggests methods to improve settlement through blockchain.  The KYC processes and methods for enhancing accuracy and efficiency are first examined. Then, the panel discusses blockchain applications in payment systems and explores the potential of blockchain in crowdfunding and its limitations in the use of this technology. Finally, the panel addresses how adopting blockchain technology would help mitigate firms' risk from cybersecurity and prevent catastrophic events from occurring again in the future.

 

 

JOIN Session 19 - Bond Market Valuation and Defaults

Thursday, May 27, 3:30-5:00 P.M.

 

Chairperson: Stefano Pegoraro, University of Notre Dame, s.pegoraro@nd.edu

 

Bond market structure and volatility

Isarin Durongkadej,  Georgia College,  isarin.durongkadej@gcsu.edu

Louis Piccotti, Oklahoma State University

 

Issuance and Valuation of Corporate Bonds with Quantitative Easing

Prof. Stefano Pegoraro,  University of Notre Dame,  s.pegoraro@nd.edu

Mattia Montagna, European Central Bank

 

Municipal Defaults and Crime

Chandan Jha,  Madden School of Business, Le Moyne College,  jhack@lemoyne.edu

Swarup Joshi, Loyola Marymount University, LA

 

JOIN Session 20 - Methodology

Thursday, May 27, 3:30-5:00 p.m.

 

Chairperson:  Alejandra Cabello, Universidad Nacional Autonome de Mexico, christianbucio@yahoo.com.mx

 

A Sector Rotation Strategy That Beats the Market Handily, Especially During Crises

Pratiksha Sharma,  S P Jain School of Global Management,  pratiksha.bs18bds010@spjain.org  

Dhruvi Nishar, SP Jain  

Vedant Kabra, SP Jain  

Peyasha Sehgal, MIP  

Debashis Guha, SP Jain

Larry Pohlman, University of Massachussets

 

Fourier State-Space Model of Market Liquidity: The Chinese Experience 2009-2010

Peter Lerner, Anglo-American University, Prague, pblerner18@gmail.com

 

Granular Gravity: Equity-Bond Returns and Correlation

Ali Abolghasemi,  HEC Montreal,  ali.abolghasemi@hec.ca

 

 

JOIN Session 21 – Bank Supervision, Microfinance, and Media Effect

Thursday, May 27, 3:30-5:00 P.M.

 

Chairperson:  Maria E. de Boyrie, New Mexico State University, deboyrie@nmsu.edu

 

The real effects of bank supervision: evidence from on-site bank inspections

Andrea Passalacqua,  Federal Reserve Board, andrea.passalacqua@frb.gov   

 

Microfinance, Competition, and Growth

Asma Boussetta,  University of Orléans,  asma.boussetta@univ-orleans.fr

El Moctar Laghlal (University of Orleans)  Reda marakbi (University of Artois)

 

The impact of traditional and modern media on financial stability

Nikolaos Papanikolaou,  Newcastle University Business School,  nikolaos.papanikolaou@newcastle.ac.uk

Yili Sun, Bournemouth University, UK

 

JOIN Session 22 – Banking, Currency, and Leverage

Thursday, May 27, 5:30-7:00 P.M.

 

Chairperson:  Helyoth Hessou, Universite de Sherbrooke, Quebec, CANADA, helyoth.hessou@usherbrooke.ca

 

From uncertainty to the instability of the banks: A global evidence.

BM Hakim Ali,  University of Southampton Malaysia,  bmhakimru@gmail.com

Md Akther Uddin, University of Creative Tech  

M. Arifur Rahman, North South University  

M Kabir Hassan, University of New Orleans

 

US and China International Competition and Foreign Exchange Rate Impact: A Multi-
Level Industry Analysis
Ahmed El-Shahat,  Univ. of Pittsburg, aelshahat@katz.pitt.edu   

Hsin-Yen Wen, Queens University Belfast,

Donal McKillop, Queens University Belfast,

 

Risk-based capital and leverage ratios adjustments by banks:  Experience from Canada and the U.S

Prof. Helyoth Hessou,  Universite de Sherbrooke,  helyoth.hessou@usherbrooke.ca  

Van Son Lai, University of Laval

 

 

JOIN Session 23 – ESG, Corporate Morale, and Equity Market

Thursday, May 27, 5:30-7:00 P.M.

 

Chairperson:  Ivelina Pavlova-Stout, University of Houston-Clear Lake, pavlova@uhcl.edu  

 

Employee Discrimination and Corporate Morale: Evidence from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission;

Spencer Barnes,  Florida State University,  sbarnes3@fsu.edu   

 

The Sell in May Effect in ESG Stocks

Ivelina Pavlova-Stout,  University of Houston-Clear Lake,  pavlova@uhcl.edu  

Jeffrey Whitworth, University of Houston    

Maria E. de Boyrie, New Mexico State University

 

ESG rating events and stock market reactions

Maximilian Glück,  Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg,  maximilian.glueck@fau.de

Benjamin Hubel; Hendrik Scholz, FAU GERMANY

 

 

JOIN Session 24 - Mixed Titles

Thursday, May 27, 5:30-7:00 P.M.

 

Chairperson:   Andrew Spieler,  Hofstra University,  andrew.c.spieler@hofstra.edu   

 

Mitigating Tax Evasion and Capital Flight in International Trade

Robinson Reyes Pena,  Florida International University,  roreyes@fiu.edu

Deanne Butchey, FIU

Jerry Haar, FIU

John S. Zdanowicz, FIU

 

Sink or Swim? Managerial Ability and Trade Credit

Andrew Spieler,  Hofstra University, andrewspieler@yahoo.com   

Md Hasan (Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA) and

Sayan Sarkar (Mary Washington University, Fredericksburg, VA)

 

Geopolitical risk and firm value: Evidence from emerging markets

Sasin Pringpong,  Thammasat University, THAILAND. sasin-pri59@tbs.tu.ac.th

 

 

JOIN Session 25 – Governance: Innovation and Gender

Thursday, May 27, 5:30-7:00 P.M.

 

Chairperson:  Hany Elgala, University at Albany, SUNY, helgala@albany.edu  

 

Gender legislation in France: too soft to be true!  Evidence from non-compliant Firms

Ouidad Yousfi,  MRM, University of Montpellier,  ouidad.yousfi@umontpellier.fr

Nadia Loukil, University of Tunis

 

DOES THE NOMINATION COMMITTEE MATTER FOR INNOVATION?

Meriam ATTIA,  Research Unity “Montpellier Research in Management” MRM, University of Montpellier (France).,  meriamattia@ymail.com

Ouidad Yousfi, University of Montpellier

Abdelwahed Omri, University of Tunis

 

Mutual Fund Governance

Tianyue Zhao,  Our Lady of the Lake University,  tzhao@ollusa.edu  

 

 

JOIN Session 26 - Capital Structure and Political Factors

Thursday, May 27, 5:30-7:00 P.M.

 

Chairperson: Clemens Westerkamp, University of Applied Sciences Osnabrueck, GERMANY; c.westerkamp@hs-osnabrueck.de

 

Bilateral interrelatedness as an alternative channel to explain capital structure:  Evidence from Firms in the United States

Marcos Velazquez,  Florida International University,  hola33180@gmail.com

 

Capital Reallocation Under Political Uncertainty

Daniel Tut,  Ted Rogers School of Management- Ryerson University,  dtut@ryerson.ca

Melanie Cao, Schulich School of Business- York Univrsity

 

China Politics in Global Finance: Sources of New Fundings Decision

Sean Chang,  Macquarie Graduate School of Management,  ctsean@netvigator.com

Claudia Sin Yee Chang, University of Melbourne
 

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