Xiaoqiao Wang is currently an Assistant Professor in School of Management and Economics, CUHK (SZ). She received her MSc and PhD degree in finance from the Smith School of Business, Queen’s University, Canada and held her BA in economics from Renmin University of China. Before joining CUHK (SZ), she worked as assistant professor in Nanjing University and she also worked as summer analyst for Deloitte Consulting and China Export & Credit Insurance Corporation.
Her research focuses on empirical corporate financial strategy, including international capital markets, product market relationship, law and finance, financial accounting.
Her research on supplier-customer relationship specific investments has been awarded the Fellowship Award for Best Doctoral Dissertation (2012) by the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute Toronto.
1. Chen, Z., Wang, X. (2017). Specific Investment and Supplier Vulnerability, Economics Letters, Volume 151, February 2017, Pages 16-18.
2. Wang, X., Wang, J., Johnson, L. (2016). Geography and capital structure, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, forthcoming.
3. Chen, Z. and Wang, X. (2017) “Specific Investment and Supplier Vulnerability,” Economics Letters, forthcoming.
4. Wang, X., Wang, J., and Johnson, L. (2016) “Geography and Capital Structure,” Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, forthcoming.
Selected working projects:
1. Are Firms Supported or Trapped by a Specific Customer Base?. Financial Management Association European Conference 2015; World Finance Conference Singapore Symposium 2014; Eastern Finance Association 2013
2. Spillover effects from US class action lawsuits: Evidence from foreign firms cross-listed in the US (with Yi Ding, Louis Gagnon). Financial Management Association 2014; Northern Finance Association 2014.
3. Relative mispricing and cross-listing (with Yi Ding, Kee-hong Bae). Financial Management Association 2016; World Finance Conference 2016.
4. Supplier Immobility, Operating Leverage and Cost of Equity (with Jin Wang). Southern Finance Association 2013; Asian Finance Association 2013; CFA Society Toronto Fellowship Award for Best Doctoral Dissertation 2012
5. Trading Location Impact and the Intraday Pattern-Evidence from International ETFs on U.S. Market (with Yi Ding). Eastern Finance Association 2012; Cornell Finance Group Brownbag Workshop 2012; Northern Finance Association 2011– PhD Best Paper Award; Asian Finance Association 2011