Paper Co-authored by Professor Wang Xiaoqiao Won Industrial Securities Excellent Paper Award at 7th China Finance and Accounting Conference
Recently, the paper titled Do Consumers Bear the Cost of Environmental Regulation? Evidence from NOx Budget Trading Program, co-authored by Professor Wang Xiaoqiao from the School of Management and Economics (SME), The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen (CUHK-Shenzhen), won the Industrial Securities Excellent Paper Award at the 7th China Finance and Accounting Conference.
It is reported that 40 out of more than 220 papers submitted to the 7th China Finance and Accounting Conference were shortlisted after strict screening. To ensure the fairness of the selection, these papers need to be anonymously scored by a review panel composed of 20 experts, of which 10 with the highest scores have won the Industrial Securities Excellent Paper Award at the China Finance and Accounting Conference. Among them, the paper co-authored by Professor Wang Xiaoqiao stood out as the No.1 ranking and won this honor.
Award Winner’s Profile
Assistant Professor, SME, The CUHK-Shenzhen
Corporate finance, financial accounting, information media, and field experiments
Her research focuses on empirical corporate financial strategy, including international capital markets, product market relationships, law and finance, and 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.
Professor Wang Xiaoqiao has published multiple research results, which help us better understand the operating mechanism of corporate finance and lend useful reference for policymakers, businesses, and other stakeholders.