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Liu Wang

Assistant Professor

Contact Information:

lwang@providence.edu
401-865-1883
Koffler Hall 204

Education:

Ph.D. - Finance Old Dominion University

Area(s) of Expertise:

Corporate Finance and Investments

Awards and Honors:

Distinguished PhD Seminar Tutor - European Financial Management Association (EFMA)
Fletcher Bowl Award - CFA Society Providence
Research Excellence Award - Providence College
Best Reviewer Award - Academy of International Business
Outstanding Service Award - Providence College

Selected Publications:

Doukas, J., Wang, L. (2014). Does the Bonding Effect Matter in a More Integrated Capital Market World?. Journal Of International Money And Finance, 47 , 162-184.

Wang, L., Muller-Kahle, M., Jiang, C. (2014). The Value of Earning Quality in Emerging Markets: What Can We Learn from Different Earnings Management Approaches?. Journal of International Finance and Economics, 14 , 123-134.

Muller-Kahle, M., Wang, L., Wu, J. (2014). Board Structure: An Empirical Study of Firms in Anglo-American Governance Environments. Managerial Finance, 40(7) , 681-699.

Wang, L. (2013). Does Corporate Governance Matter in Weak Governance Environment? Evidence on Stock Price Informativeness. Journal of International Finance Studies, 13 (3), 153-162.

Doukas, J., Wang, L. (2013). Information Asymmetry, Price Discovery, and the Chinese B-Share Discount Puzzle. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 21 , 1116-1135.

Wang, L., Judge, W. (2012). Managerial Ownership and the Role of Privatization in Transition Economies: The Case of China. Asia Pacific Journal Of Management, 29 , 479–498.

Wang, L., Yung, K. (2011). Do State Enterprises Manage Earnings More than Privately Owned Firms? The Case of China. Journal Of Business Finance & Accounting, 8 , 794–812.

Recent Presentations:

Wang, L., Asian Financial Management 2015 Annual Meeting, Hunan, China , "Does Earnings Quality Matter? The Case of Chinese Reverse Mergers". July, 2015.

Wang, L., Academy of International Business (AIB) 2014 Northeast Chapter, Providence, RI, "Reverse Merger versus ADR: What Can We Learn from International Listing Choices?". November, 2014.

Wang, L., International Academy of Business & Economics (IABE) 2013 Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, "Does Corporate Governance Matter in Weak Governance Environment? Evidence on Stock Price Informativeness". October, 2013.

Wang, L., Academy of International Business (AIB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Washington DC, "U.S. Listing and International Asset Pricing: The Absence of Cross-Listing Premiums". July, 2012.

Wang, L., Southern Finance Association (SFA) 2011 Annual Meeting, Key West, FL, "What Happens When Misvalued Firms List in the U.S.?". November, 2011.

Wang, L., Financial Management Association (FMA) 2010 Annual Meeting, New York, NY, "Cross-Listing and the Value of Bonding under Increased Market Integration". October, 2010.

Wang, L., Financial Management Association (FMA) 2010 Annual Meeting, New York, NY, "Information Asymmetry, Price Discovery, and the Chinese B-Share Discount Puzzle". October, 2010.

Wang, L., Southern Finance Association (SFA) 2009 Annual Meeting, Captiva Island, FL, "State Block Shareholder, Earnings Management and Firm Value". November, 2009.

Wang, L., Financial Management Association (FMA) 2009 Annual Meeting, Reno, NV, "Cross-Market Interdependence under Increased Market Integration". October, 2009.

Wang, L., Academy of International Business (AIB) 2009 Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, "The Law of One Price: Evidence from the Chinese Stock Market Integration". June, 2009.

Wang, L., Financial Management Association (FMA) 2008 Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, "Cross-Listing, Disclosure, and the Information Content in Stock Pricing: Evidence from an Emerging Market". October, 2008.

Wang, L., Academy of International Business (AIB) 2008 Annual Meeting, Milan, Italy, "The Marriage between Two Research Paths: Agency Theory and International Marketing". July, 2008.


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