Southwestern Finance Association 2019 Annual Meeting

Houston, Texas

 
March 14, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
08:30 to 10:00 Plenary Session
 
 
10:00 to 10:30 Break
 
 
10:30 to 12:00 Plenary Session
 
 
13:30 to 15:00 Plenary Session
 
 
15:00 to 15:30 Break
 
 
15:30 to 17:00 Plenary Session
 
 
17:30 to 19:00 FBD Presidential Reception
 
 
18:30 to 21:00 SWFA Reception
 
 
 
March 15, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
07:00 to 08:30 SWFA Board Meeting and Breakfast
 
 
08:30 to 10:00 Plenary Session
 
 
10:00 to 10:30 FBD Coffee Break
 
 
10:30 to 12:00 Plenary Session
 
 
12:00 to 13:45 Annual Business Meeting and Luncheon
 
 
13:45 to 15:15 Plenary Session
 
 
15:00 to 15:30 FBD Coffee Break
 
 
15:30 to 17:00 Plenary Session
 
 

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

Plenary Session
Location:
March 14, 2019 08:30 to 10:00
 
Corporate Finance 1 - Corporate Debt Issues
Corporate Finance 2
Corporate Governance 1 - Firm Ownership
International Finance 1 - Country Risk and Corruption
Investments 1 - Security Prices and Returns
Investments 2
IPOs 1-Initial Public Offerings and Mutual Funds
Markets and Volatility
Volatility

Plenary Session
Location:
March 14, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Asset Pricing 1
Banking 1-Bank Risk
Banking 2
Corporate Finance 3- Debt Issue
Derivatives 1
Economic Theory and Modeling 1
Investments 3 - Benchmarks and Indexes
IPOs 2 -IPOs and Seasoned Offerings
IPOs 3- Initial Public Offerings and Divestitures

Plenary Session
Location:
March 14, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
 
Banking 3- Bank Ownership, Supervision and Regulation
Behavioral Finance 1
Corporate Finance 4 - Risk and Value
Corporate Governance 2
Derivatives 2- Commodities and Commodity Derivatives
International Finance 2 - Portfolio Effects
Socially Responsible Investing 1
Investments 4

Plenary Session
Location:
March 14, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Banking 4
Banking 5
Corporate Finance 5 - Impact of Institutional Investors
Corporate Finance 6 - Mergers and Acquisitions
Corporate Governance 3 - CEO Compensation and Succession Issues
Energy Investing
Fixed Income 1
Investments 5
Market Microstructure

Plenary Session
Location:
March 15, 2019 08:30 to 10:00
 
Banking 6- Financial Crises
Corporate Finance 7
Corporate Governance 4 - Executive Compensation
Corporate Governance 5
Economic Theory and Modeling 2
Fixed Income 2
Insurance and Risk Management
Real Estate

Plenary Session
Location:
March 15, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Banking 7
Behavioral Finance 2
Corporate Finance 8 - Earnings Forecasts and Announcements
Corporate Governance 6 - Board Composition 2
Derivatives 3- Option Prices and Strategies
Investments 6 - Politics, Business Cycles and and Investing
Investments 7 - Analysts and Ratings
Investments 8- Mutual Funds
Investments 9 - News and Information Impacts

Plenary Session
Location:
March 15, 2019 13:45 to 15:15
 
Asset Pricing 2
Asset Pricing 3
Behavioral Finance 3
Capital Structure
Corporate Finance 10
Corporate Finance 11 - Distributions
Corporate Finance 9
Corporate Governance 7 - Governance Issues
Cryptocurrency 1

Plenary Session
Location:
March 15, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Banking 8
Corporate Finance 12-Mergers,Acquisitions, and Distributions
Corporate Governance 8
Cryptocurrency 2
Doctoral Student Stipend Payment
Fixed Income 3
Investments 10
Investments 11
Socially Responsible Investing 2

 

Summary of All Sessions

Click here for an index of all participants

#Date/TimeLocationTypeTitlePapersOrganizer
1March 14, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Asset Pricing 13Arati Kale
2March 15, 2019
13:45-15:15
N/A invited Asset Pricing 23Julia Kwok
3March 15, 2019
13:45-15:15
N/A invited Asset Pricing 33
4March 14, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Banking 1-Bank Risk 4Marilyn Wiley
5March 14, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Banking 24Seth Hoelscher
6March 14, 2019
13:30-15:00
N/A invited Banking 3- Bank Ownership, Supervision and Regulation3Barbara Davis
7March 14, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Banking 43
8March 14, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Banking 53Barbara Davis
9March 15, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Banking 6- Financial Crises3
10March 15, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Banking 73Andrew Lynch
11March 15, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Banking 83
12March 14, 2019
13:30-15:00
N/A invited Behavioral Finance 14Jinghua Wang
13March 15, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Behavioral Finance 23Shari Lawrence
14March 15, 2019
13:45-15:15
N/A invited Behavioral Finance 33
15March 15, 2019
13:45-15:15
N/A invited Capital Structure3
16March 14, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Corporate Finance 1 - Corporate Debt Issues3Geoffrey Ngene
17March 15, 2019
13:45-15:15
N/A invited Corporate Finance 103
18March 15, 2019
13:45-15:15
N/A invited Corporate Finance 11 - Distributions3Hongxia Wang
19March 15, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Corporate Finance 12-Mergers,Acquisitions, and Distributions3
20March 14, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Corporate Finance 24
21March 14, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Corporate Finance 3- Debt Issue 4
22March 14, 2019
13:30-15:00
N/A invited Corporate Finance 4 - Risk and Value4John Stowe
23March 14, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Corporate Finance 5 - Impact of Institutional Investors3Nacasius Ujah
24March 14, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Corporate Finance 6 - Mergers and Acquisitions4John Adams
25March 15, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Corporate Finance 73Chih-Huei (Debby) Su
26March 15, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Corporate Finance 8 - Earnings Forecasts and Announcements3Ramesh Rao
27March 15, 2019
13:45-15:15
N/A invited Corporate Finance 93
28March 14, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Corporate Governance 1 - Firm Ownership3Mary Kelly
29March 14, 2019
13:30-15:00
N/A invited Corporate Governance 23
30March 14, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Corporate Governance 3 - CEO Compensation and Succession Issues3John Adams
31March 15, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Corporate Governance 4 - Executive Compensation3Lynn Kendall
32March 15, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Corporate Governance 52John Adams
33March 15, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Corporate Governance 6 - Board Composition 22
34March 15, 2019
13:45-15:15
N/A invited Corporate Governance 7 - Governance Issues3Timothy Michael
35March 15, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Corporate Governance 82
36March 15, 2019
13:45-15:15
N/A invited Cryptocurrency 13Arati Kale
37March 15, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Cryptocurrency 24Maria de Boyrie
38March 14, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Derivatives 14Shuming Bai
39March 14, 2019
13:30-15:00
N/A invited Derivatives 2- Commodities and Commodity Derivatives4Susan Crain
40March 15, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Derivatives 3- Option Prices and Strategies3Susan Crain
41March 15, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Doctoral Student Stipend Payment0
42March 14, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Economic Theory and Modeling 13Rui Liu
43March 15, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Economic Theory and Modeling 24Rui Liu
44March 14, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Energy Investing4Shuming Bai
45March 14, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Fixed Income 13Rui Liu
46March 15, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Fixed Income 23
47March 15, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Fixed Income 34James Scott
48March 15, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Insurance and Risk Management 4
49March 14, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited International Finance 1 - Country Risk and Corruption3Jinghua Wang
50March 14, 2019
13:30-15:00
N/A invited International Finance 2 - Portfolio Effects4Ivelina Pavlova
51March 14, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Investments 1 - Security Prices and Returns3Jimmy Lockwood
52March 15, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Investments 103
53March 15, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Investments 113Seth Hoelscher
54March 14, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Investments 23Devendra Kale
55March 14, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Investments 3 - Benchmarks and Indexes3John Adams
56March 14, 2019
13:30-15:00
N/A invited Investments 43Lynn Kendall
57March 14, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Investments 53
58March 15, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Investments 6 - Politics, Business Cycles and and Investing3Devendra Kale
59March 15, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Investments 7 - Analysts and Ratings3Salil Sarkar
60March 15, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Investments 8- Mutual Funds3Karyn Neuhauser
61March 15, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited Investments 9 - News and Information Impacts3Susana Yu
62March 14, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited IPOs 1-Initial Public Offerings and Mutual Funds4John Adams
63March 14, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited IPOs 2 -IPOs and Seasoned Offerings4
64March 14, 2019
10:30-12:00
N/A invited IPOs 3- Initial Public Offerings and Divestitures3Jinghua Wang
65March 14, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Market Microstructure 4Susana Yu
66March 14, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Markets and Volatility3
67March 15, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Real Estate4Ran Lu-Andrews
68March 14, 2019
13:30-15:00
N/A invited Socially Responsible Investing 14
69March 15, 2019
15:30-17:00
N/A invited Socially Responsible Investing 24Marilyn Wiley
70March 14, 2019
8:30-10:00
N/A invited Volatility3David Stowe
 

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Southwestern Finance Association 2019 Annual Meeting

Detailed List of Sessions

 
 
Session 1: Asset Pricing 1
March 14, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Arati Kale, UT Arlington
Session Chair: Arati Kale, UT Arlington
Session type: invited
 

Alpha Beta Risk and Stock Returns
By Chengbo Fu; University of Northern British Columbia
   presented by: Chengbo Fu, University of Northern British Columbia
   Discussant:   Yang Luo, University of Houston
 

Beating the Simple Average: Monitoring Forecasts with Machine Learning
By Yang Luo; University of Houston
   presented by: Yang Luo, University of Houston
   Discussant:   Travis Box, University of Mississippi
 

Information Driven Stock Price Comovement
By Travis Box; University of Mississippi
Danjue Shang; Utah State University
   presented by: Travis Box, University of Mississippi
   Discussant:   Chengbo Fu, University of Northern British Columbia
 
Session 2: Asset Pricing 2
March 15, 2019 13:45 to 15:15
 
Session Organizer: Julia Kwok, Northeastern State University
Session Chair: Julia Kwok, Northeastern State University
Session type: invited
 

Why profit maximization is bad for shareholders.
By Richard Walton; Pepperdine Graziadio Business School
   presented by: Richard Walton, Pepperdine Graziadio Business School
   Discussant:   Cedric Mbanga, Missouri State University
 

The Impact of Politics and Economic Policy Uncertainty on Anomaly-based Investment Strategies
By Cedric Mbanga; Missouri State University
Jeffrey Jones; Missouri State University
Seth Hoelscher; Missouri State University
   presented by: Cedric Mbanga, Missouri State University
   Discussant:   Xiaoyin Ma, Tilburg University
 

Colors, Emotions, and the Auction Value of Paintings
By Xiaoyin Ma; Tilburg University
Charles Noussair; University of Arizona
Luc Renneboog; Tilburg University
   presented by: Xiaoyin Ma, Tilburg University
   Discussant:   Richard Walton, Pepperdine Graziadio Business School
 
Session 3: Asset Pricing 3
March 15, 2019 13:45 to 15:15
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Susan Crain, Missouri State University
Session type: invited
 

Institutional Investor Attention and the Information Content of Option Ratios
By Susan Crain; Missouri State University
Cedric Mbanga; Missouri State University
   presented by: Susan Crain, Missouri State University
   Discussant:   Ivalina Kalcheva, University of California, Riverside
 

Stock Price Reactions to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017
By Ivalina Kalcheva; University of California, Riverside
James Plecnik; Loyola Marymount University
Hai Tran; Loyola Marymount University
Jason Turkiela; University of Minnesota – Duluth
   presented by: Ivalina Kalcheva, University of California, Riverside
   Discussant:   Min Cui, Indiana University
 

The Hidden Assumption
By Min Cui; Indiana University
   presented by: Min Cui, Indiana University
   Discussant:   Susan Crain, Missouri State University
 
Session 4: Banking 1-Bank Risk
March 14, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Marilyn Wiley,
Session Chair: Marilyn Wiley,
Session type: invited
 

Depositors Disciplining Banks: The Impact of Scandals
By Mikael Homanen; Cass Business School
   presented by: Mikael Homanen, Cass Business School
   Discussant:   Jon Taylor, Florida Atlantic University
 

An Empirical Comparison of Early Warning Bank Failure Models Using McNemar's Test
By Rebel Cole; Florida Atlantic University
Jon Taylor; Florida Atlantic University
   presented by: Jon Taylor, Florida Atlantic University
   Discussant:   Yunbi An, University of Windsor
 

Measuring banks’ liquidity risk: An option-pricing approach
By Jinqing Zhang; Fudan University
Liang He; Fudan University
Yunbi An; University of Windsor
   presented by: Yunbi An, University of Windsor
   Discussant:   Masim Suleymanov, Florida Atlantic University
 

Changes in Personal Bankruptcy Protection Laws: The Impact on Bank Lending to Small Businesses
By Masim Suleymanov; Florida Atlantic University
Jason Damm; Florida Atlantic University
Rebel Cole; Florida Atlantic University
   presented by: Masim Suleymanov, Florida Atlantic University
   Discussant:   Mikael Homanen, Cass Business School
 
Session 5: Banking 2
March 14, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Seth Hoelscher, Missouri State University
Session Chair: Abdulaziz Alshamrani, University of Texas at Arlington
Session type: invited
 

Bank Revolving Credit as a Channel of Monetary Policy
By Mujtaba Zia; Southern Arkansas University
   presented by: Mujtaba Zia, Southern Arkansas University
   Discussant:   Bradley Stevenson, Bellarmine University
 

CIRCUMSTANCE, MANAGEMENT QUALITY AND BANK EFFICIENCY
By James McNulty; Florida Atlantic University
Bradley Stevenson; Bellarmine University
   presented by: Bradley Stevenson, Bellarmine University
   Discussant:   Sadok El Ghoul, University of Alberta
 

Who Wins and Loses from Bank Deregulation? Analysis of Financially Constrained and Unconstrained Firms
By Allen Berger; University of South Carolina, Wharton Financial Institutions Center, and Eu
Ruiyuan Chen; West Virginia University
Sadok El Ghoul; University of Alberta
Omrane Guedhami; University of South Carolina
   presented by: Sadok El Ghoul, University of Alberta
   Discussant:   Syed Harun, Texas A&M University-San Antonio
 

The Impact of Counterparty Risk on Global Equity Returns, Global Banking Stock Returns, Oil Prices and Global REITs
By Akash Dania; Delaware State University
Syed Harun; Texas A&M University-San Antonio
   presented by: Syed Harun, Texas A&M University-San Antonio
   Discussant:   Mujtaba Zia, Southern Arkansas University
 
Session 6: Banking 3- Bank Ownership, Supervision and Regulation
March 14, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
 
Session Organizer: Barbara Davis, Centenary College of Louisiana
Session Chair: Shari Lawrence, Nicholls State University
Session type: invited
 

Targeted by an Activist Hedge Fund, Do the Lenders Care?
By Sandeep Dahiya; Georgetown University
Issam Hallak; European Commission Joint Research Centre
   presented by: Sandeep Dahiya, Georgetown University
   Discussant:   Shari Lawrence, Nicholls State University
 

The Impact of the Qualified Mortgage Regulations on Mortgage Lending by Commercial Banks
By John Lajaunie; Nicholls State University
Shari Lawrence; Nicholls State University
Ronnie Fanguy; Nicholls State University
   presented by: Shari Lawrence, Nicholls State University
   Discussant:   Elisabeta Pana, Central Connecticut State University
 

EARNINGS MANAGEMENT: NEW EVIDENCE FROM BANK HOLDING COMPANIES
By Tarun Mukherjee; University of New Orleans
Elisabeta Pana; Central Connecticut State University
   presented by: Elisabeta Pana, Central Connecticut State University
   Discussant:   Sandeep Dahiya, Georgetown University
 
Session 7: Banking 4
March 14, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Ran Lu-Andrews, California Lutheran University
Session type: invited
 

Notes on a Simple Taxonomy of Capital and Leverage Regulation, Conflicts, and Compliance
By George Morgan; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
   presented by: George Morgan, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
   Discussant:   Bradley Stevenson, Bellarmine University
 

Determinants of Credit Union Benefits to Members
By Bradley Stevenson; Bellarmine University
   presented by: Bradley Stevenson, Bellarmine University
   Discussant:   Atul Saxena, Georgia Gwinnett College
 

Performance of Large BHCs
By Atul Saxena; Georgia Gwinnett College
   presented by: Atul Saxena, Georgia Gwinnett College
   Discussant:   George Morgan, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
 
Session 8: Banking 5
March 14, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: Barbara Davis, Centenary College of Louisiana
Session Chair: Barbara Davis, Centenary College of Louisiana
Session type: invited
 

Flow Toxicity and Bank Equity Holdings
By Wei-Ling Song; Louisiana State University
Jianfeng Hu; Singapore Management University
Gary Sanger; Louisiana State University
Jiun-Lin Chen; Valparaiso University
   presented by: Jiun-Lin Chen, Valparaiso University
   Discussant:   Nazar Mustapha, Dillard University
 

Market Power and Bank Performance in MENA Countries
By Nazar Mustapha; Dillard University
M. Kabir Hassan; University of New Orleans
Jennifer Brodmann; California State University Dominguez Hills
   presented by: Nazar Mustapha, Dillard University
   Discussant:   Md Nazmul Hasan Bhuyan, Florida Atlantic University
 

CEO Political Ideology and Bank Risk Taking
By Avishek Bhandari; UW-Whitewater
Md Nazmul Hasan Bhuyan; Florida Atlantic University
Rebel Cole; Florida Atlantic University
   presented by: Md Nazmul Hasan Bhuyan, Florida Atlantic University
   Discussant:   Jiun-Lin Chen, Valparaiso University
 
Session 9: Banking 6- Financial Crises
March 15, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Jinghua Wang, Pacific Lutheran University
Session type: invited
 

The 10 Year Anniversary of the Global Financial Crisis: a Look at Financial Regulation Impact on Efficiency of the U.S. Commercial Banks.
By Rhada Boujlil; University of New Orleans
   presented by: Rhada Boujlil, University of New Orleans
   Discussant:   Thi Hong Nguyen Nguyen, Auburn University
 

Community banks vs. non-community banks: Contribution to local small businesses funding
By Thi Hong Nguyen Nguyen; Auburn University
   presented by: Thi Hong Nguyen Nguyen, Auburn University
   Discussant:   Rouven Möller, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
 

Bank Culture and Risk-Taking Evidence from the European Banking Sector
By Rouven Möller; Ruhr-Universität Bochum
   presented by: Rouven Möller, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
   Discussant:   Rhada Boujlil, University of New Orleans
 
Session 10: Banking 7
March 15, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Andrew Lynch, University of Mississippi
Session Chair: M. Kabir Hassan, University of New Orleans
Session type: invited
 

Evaluation of Return and its determinants in Rotating Saving Credit Associations (ROSCAs)
By Indu Choudhary; Kalindi College, University of Delhi
   presented by: Indu Choudhary, Kalindi College, University of Delhi
   Discussant:   Nicolas Duvernois, University of New Orleans
 

Search for Yield: Does Size and Income Diversity Matter?
By Nicolas Duvernois; University of New Orleans
M. Kabir Hassan; University of New Orleans
Andrea Paltrinieri; University of Udine
   presented by: Nicolas Duvernois, University of New Orleans
   Discussant:   ALI ASHRAF, Frostburg State University
 

Another look at Bank Efficiency: Evidence from Failed Bank Acquisitions
By ALI ASHRAF; Frostburg State University
M. Kabir Hassan; University of New Orleans
Chaoyun Liu; University of New Orleans
   presented by: ALI ASHRAF, Frostburg State University
   Discussant:   Indu Choudhary, Kalindi College, University of Delhi
 
Session 11: Banking 8
March 15, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Andrew Lynch, University of Mississippi
Session type: invited
 

Does the Capital Market Encourage Small Business Lending by the U.S. Banks?
By Xuan Zou; Rutgers University
   presented by: Xuan Zou, Rutgers University
   Discussant:   Sascha Tobias Wengerek, Paderborn University
 

The relationship between credit risk transfer and non-performing loans - Evidence from European banks
By Benjamin Hippert; Paderborn University
Andre Uhde; University of Paderborn
Sascha Tobias Wengerek; Paderborn University
   presented by: Sascha Tobias Wengerek, Paderborn University
   Discussant:   Zhenyu Hu, Texas A&M international University
 

THE EFFECT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON SYNDICATED LOAN STRUCTURE
By Zhenyu Hu; Texas A&M international University
   presented by: Zhenyu Hu, Texas A&M international University
   Discussant:   Xuan Zou, Rutgers University
 
Session 12: Behavioral Finance 1
March 14, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
 
Session Organizer: Jinghua Wang, Pacific Lutheran University
Session Chair: Jinghua Wang, Pacific Lutheran University
Session type: invited
 

Do As I Tell You, Not As I Do.
By Negin Azamian; California State University- Northridge
   presented by: Negin Azamian, California State University- Northridge
   Discussant:   M. Safa, McKendree University
 

The Impact of Incarceration on Firm Performance
By Jennifer Brodmann; California State University Dominguez Hills
Makeen Huda; Economics and Finance
M. Kabir Hassan; University of New Orleans
M. Safa; McKendree University
   presented by: M. Safa, McKendree University
   Discussant:   Stefanos Delikouras, University of Miami
 

Clustering Fosters Investment: Local Agglomeration and Household Portfolio Choice
By Jawad Addoum; Cornell University
Stefanos Delikouras; University of Miami
Da Ke; University of South Carolina
George Korniotis; University of Miami
   presented by: Stefanos Delikouras, University of Miami
   Discussant:   Zi Jia, UNIV OF ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK
 

Virtue Signaling: Using Risk Preferences to Signal Trustworthiness
By Zi Jia; UNIV OF ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK
Matthew McMahon; The University of Arkansas at Little Rock
   presented by: Zi Jia, UNIV OF ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK
   Discussant:   Negin Azamian, California State University- Northridge
 
Session 13: Behavioral Finance 2
March 15, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Shari Lawrence, Nicholls State University
Session Chair: Shari Lawrence, Nicholls State University
Session type: invited
 

Whether the Chairman's Overconfidence is Important in Collective Decision-making: Evidence from Chinese Listed Companies
By Chao Liang; Changchun University of Sciences and Technology
Bai Liu; Jilin University
YIN-CHE WENG; National Dong Hwa University
   presented by: YIN-CHE WENG, National Dong Hwa University
   Discussant:   Shari Lawrence, Nicholls State University
 

The Impact of Financial Knowledge on Risk Tolerance
By abdullah Noman; Nicholls State University
Shari Lawrence; Nicholls State University
Margo Badeaux; Nicholls State University
   presented by: Shari Lawrence, Nicholls State University
   Discussant:   Runjing Lu, University of California, San Diego
 

The Shine of Stars: The Effect of Analyst Awards on Market Reactions
By SIYU CHEN; National University of Singapore
Runjing Lu; University of California, San Diego
   presented by: Runjing Lu, University of California, San Diego
   Discussant:   YIN-CHE WENG, National Dong Hwa University
 
Session 14: Behavioral Finance 3
March 15, 2019 13:45 to 15:15
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Mohammed Alhashim, University of Texas at Arlington
Session type: invited
 

The Impact of Investor Sentiment on Herding Behavior: Evidence from a Social Network of Investors
By Mohammed Alhashim; University of Texas at Arlington
   presented by: Mohammed Alhashim, University of Texas at Arlington
   Discussant:   Wenyao Hu, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
 

Are Managers 'Under-the-Weather' During Earnings Conference Calls?
By Bill Francis; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Wenyao Hu; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Thomas Shohfi; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
   presented by: Wenyao Hu, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
   Discussant:   Shizuka Sekita, Kyoto Sangyo University
 

Wealth, Financial Literacy and Behavioral Biases: Evidence from Japan
By Shizuka Sekita; Kyoto Sangyo University
Masao Ogaki; Keio University
Vikas Kakkar; City University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Shizuka Sekita, Kyoto Sangyo University
   Discussant:   Mohammed Alhashim, University of Texas at Arlington
 
Session 15: Capital Structure
March 15, 2019 13:45 to 15:15
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Lalatendu Misra, UTSA
Session type: invited
 

A Behavioral Explanation of Credit Ratings and Leverage Adjustments
By Mohammad Hashemi Joo; Florida International University
Ozde Oztekin; Florida International University
Ali Parhizgari; Florida International University
   presented by: Mohammad Hashemi Joo, Florida International University
   Discussant:   Hamilton Galindo Gil, Arizona State University
 

Leverage and Capital Utilization
By Hamilton Galindo Gil; Arizona State University
   presented by: Hamilton Galindo Gil, Arizona State University
   Discussant:   omar alkharashi, University Of Texas San Antonio
 

Impact of Access to Source of Capital on Capital Structure of Indian Firms
By omar alkharashi; University Of Texas San Antonio
Lalatendu Misra; UTSA
   presented by: omar alkharashi, University Of Texas San Antonio
   Discussant:   Mohammad Hashemi Joo, Florida International University
 
Session 16: Corporate Finance 1 - Corporate Debt Issues
March 14, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: Geoffrey Ngene, Mercer University
Session Chair: Jeffrey Whitworth, University of Houston Clear Lake
Session type: invited
 

Debt Structure: Evidence from Acquisitions
By Abdulaziz Alshamrani; University of Texas at Arlington
Salil Sarkar; The University of Texas at Arlington
   presented by: Abdulaziz Alshamrani, University of Texas at Arlington
   Discussant:   Ramesh Rao, Oklahoma State University
 

Debt Diversification and Debt Capacity
By Nemiraja Jadiyappa; Institute of Management Technology
Ramesh Rao; Oklahoma State University
Namrata Saikia; Indiana University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Ramesh Rao, Oklahoma State University
   Discussant:   Ca Nguyen, The University of Texas at San Antonio
 

Confidentiality in Loan Credit Agreements
By Ca Nguyen; The University of Texas at San Antonio
   presented by: Ca Nguyen, The University of Texas at San Antonio
   Discussant:   Abdulaziz Alshamrani, University of Texas at Arlington
 
Session 17: Corporate Finance 10
March 15, 2019 13:45 to 15:15
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Devendra Kale, UT Dallas
Session type: invited
 

The Effect of Stratification Reform of China’s New Three Board Market on Firms in Innovation Tier
By xiaoyang zhu; Oklahoma State University
jian xu; University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   presented by: jian xu, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   Discussant:   Brian Silverstein, Florida Atlantic University
 

Defined Benefit Pension De-Risking
By Brian Silverstein; Florida Atlantic University
   presented by: Brian Silverstein, Florida Atlantic University
   Discussant:   Devendra Kale, UT Dallas
 

The Quality of Accruals Across Life Cycle Stages
By Devendra Kale; UT Dallas
José Elias Almeida; UFES
   presented by: Devendra Kale, UT Dallas
   Discussant:   jian xu, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
 
Session 18: Corporate Finance 11 - Distributions
March 15, 2019 13:45 to 15:15
 
Session Organizer: Hongxia Wang, Ashland University
Session Chair: Hongxia Wang, Ashland University
Session type: invited
 

The US Financial Crisis and Corporate Dividend Reactions: For Better or for Worse?
By Jitka Hilliard; Auburn University
John Jahera Jr.; Auburn University
Haoran Zhang; Auburn University
   presented by: Haoran Zhang, Auburn University
   Discussant:   Jennifer Brodmann, California State University Dominguez Hills
 

Workplace Environment and Payout Policy
By Jennifer Brodmann; California State University Dominguez Hills
Omer Unsal; Merrimack College
   presented by: Jennifer Brodmann, California State University Dominguez Hills
   Discussant:   Shobhit Aggarwal, Indian Institute of Management Udaipur
 

How do firms and investors respond to dividend tax laws in weak investor protection countries
By Shobhit Aggarwal; Indian Institute of Management Udaipur
Sankarshan Basu; Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
   presented by: Shobhit Aggarwal, Indian Institute of Management Udaipur
   Discussant:   Haoran Zhang, Auburn University
 
Session 19: Corporate Finance 12-Mergers,Acquisitions, and Distributions
March 15, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: David Stowe, Ohio University
Session type: invited
 

The Effect of Corporate Acquisitions on Target Firms’ Stakeholders: Do Acquiring Firms Maintain Targets’ Superior CSR and Remedy Their CSR Problems?
By Gunae Choi; Manhattan College
Tae-Nyun Kim; The College of New Jersey
   presented by: Tae-Nyun Kim, The College of New Jersey
   Discussant:   Sharier Azim Khan, Texas Tech University
 

Leverage Target and Payout Policy
By Sharier Azim Khan; Texas Tech University
   presented by: Sharier Azim Khan, Texas Tech University
   Discussant:   Ya Anna Dai, Metropolitan State University of Denver
 

Reverse Book Building in Minority Buyouts
By Ya Anna Dai; Metropolitan State University of Denver
   presented by: Ya Anna Dai, Metropolitan State University of Denver
   Discussant:   Tae-Nyun Kim, The College of New Jersey
 
Session 20: Corporate Finance 2
March 14, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Maria de Boyrie, New Mexico State University
Session type: invited
 

Geographic Dispersion of Firms and Post-Earnings Announcement Drift
By Selcuk Karahan; West Chester University
   presented by: Selcuk Karahan, West Chester University
   Discussant:   Abhishek Ganguly, Indiana University
 

Media and Shareholder Activism
By Abhishek Ganguly; Indiana University
   presented by: Abhishek Ganguly, Indiana University
   Discussant:   Lifei Xue, University of Texas at El Paso
 

How Does Asymmetrical Learning in Bad Time Affect Analysts’ Decision on Following a Firm?
By Feixue Xie; University of Texas at El Paso
Lifei Xue; University of Texas at El Paso
   presented by: Lifei Xue, University of Texas at El Paso
   Discussant:   Monika Rabarison, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
 

How the Financial Crisis and the ACA relate to the profitability of US publicly traded health services firms: Implications for public health
By Bruno Arthur; The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Monika Rabarison; The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Alessandra Rios; The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   presented by: Monika Rabarison, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   Discussant:   Selcuk Karahan, West Chester University
 
Session 21: Corporate Finance 3- Debt Issue
March 14, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Steven Sears,
Session type: invited
 

Firm reputation and the cost of bank debt
By Ye Wang; The University of Arizona
   presented by: Ye Wang, The University of Arizona
   Discussant:   Benjamin Jansen, Middle Tennessee State University
 

The Life Cycle of Corporate Debt Issuance
By Charles Danso; CSU-LA
Benjamin Jansen; Middle Tennessee State University
   presented by: Benjamin Jansen, Middle Tennessee State University
   Discussant:   Hari Adhikari, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
 

Working Capital (Mis) management - Impact of Executive Age
By Hari Adhikari; Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Marcin Krolikowski; Providence College
Nilesh Sah; Northeastern Illinois University
   presented by: Hari Adhikari, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
   Discussant:   Kyle Wells, Dixie State University
 

A New Measure for Non-debt Tax Shields and the Impact on Debt Policy
By Kyle Wells; Dixie State University
Madhuparna Kolay; University of Portland
Jim Schallheim; University of Utah
   presented by: Kyle Wells, Dixie State University
   Discussant:   Ye Wang, The University of Arizona
 
Session 22: Corporate Finance 4 - Risk and Value
March 14, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
 
Session Organizer: John Stowe, Ohio University
Session Chair: Andrew Lynch, University of Mississippi
Session type: invited
 

Intraday Arbitrage Between ETFS and their Underlying Portfolios
By Travis Box; University of Mississippi
Ryan Davis; University of Alabama at Birmingham
Richard Evans; University of Virginia
Andrew Lynch; University of Mississippi
   presented by: Andrew Lynch, University of Mississippi
   Discussant:   Timothy Krause, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
 

Hedge Fund Return Factors, Risk. Uncertainty, and Loss Aversion
By Timothy Krause; Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
Greg Filbeck; Penn State University
   presented by: Timothy Krause, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   Discussant:   Emmanuel Morales-Camargo, The University of Texas Arlington
 

Information and Risk Attitudes: An Experiment
By Emmanuel Morales-Camargo; The University of Texas Arlington
   presented by: Emmanuel Morales-Camargo, The University of Texas Arlington
   Discussant:   Daewoung Choi, Louisiana State University Shreveport
 

CEO Lifetime Work Experience and Stock Price Crash Risk
By Daewoung Choi; Louisiana State University in Shreveport
Thanh Ngo; East Carolina University
Ha-Chin Yi; Texas State University
   presented by: Daewoung Choi, Louisiana State University Shreveport
   Discussant:   Andrew Lynch, University of Mississippi
 
Session 23: Corporate Finance 5 - Impact of Institutional Investors
March 14, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: Nacasius Ujah, South Dakota State University
Session Chair: Manu Gupta, Virginia Commonwealth University
Session type: invited
 

Product market competition and corporate investments: An empirical analysis
By Shahram Amini; University of Denver
Raman Kumar; Virginia Tech
Dilip Shome; Virginia Tech
   presented by: Shahram Amini, University of Denver
   Discussant:   Alexander Barinov, University of California Riverside
 

Firm Complexity and Conglomerates Expected Returns
By Alexander Barinov; University of California Riverside
   presented by: Alexander Barinov, University of California Riverside
   Discussant:   CATALINA HURWITZ, University of Tennessee Chattanooga
 

The Impact of Globalization on Corporate Policies of Newly Listed Firms
By Chun-Hao Chang; Florida International University
Wen Chou; Florida International University
CATALINA HURWITZ; University of Tennessee Chattanooga
   presented by: CATALINA HURWITZ, University of Tennessee Chattanooga
   Discussant:   Shahram Amini, University of Denver
 
Session 24: Corporate Finance 6 - Mergers and Acquisitions
March 14, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: John Adams, University of Texas at Arlington
Session Chair: Chih-Huei (Debby) Su, University of St. Thomas
Session type: invited
 

Toeholds and Information Precision in Common Value Takeover Auctions
By Anna Dodonova; University of Ottawa
Yuri Khoroshilov; University of Ottawa
   presented by: Yuri Khoroshilov, University of Ottawa
   Discussant:   Reza Houston, Ball State University
 

Do Tone Changes in Financial Statements Predict Acquisition Behavior?
By John Berns; University of Mississippi
Patty Bick; University of Tulsa
Ryan Flugum; The University of Tulsa
Reza Houston; Ball State University
   presented by: Reza Houston, Ball State University
   Discussant:   Aaron Rosenblum, University of Wyoming
 

Distressed Acquirers
By Aaron Rosenblum; University of Wyoming
   presented by: Aaron Rosenblum, University of Wyoming
   Discussant:   Chih-Huei (Debby) Su, University of St. Thomas
 

Strategic Announcement Sequencing- Earnings Announcements and M&A Announcements
By Chih-Huei (Debby) Su; University of St. Thomas
Katarzyna Platt; SUNY College at Old Westbury
Huajing Hu; Adelphi University
   presented by: Chih-Huei (Debby) Su, University of St. Thomas
   Discussant:   Yuri Khoroshilov, University of Ottawa
 
Session 25: Corporate Finance 7
March 15, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: Chih-Huei (Debby) Su, University of St. Thomas
Session Chair: YIFAN LIU, Oklahoma State University
Session type: invited
 

Trade Secrets Protection and Predation Risks
By Dan Hu; Umass Lowell
Xiaojing Yuan; UMass Lowell
Chi Zhang; UMass Lowell
   presented by: Dan Hu, Umass Lowell
   Discussant:   YIFAN LIU, Oklahoma State University
 

Institutional Investment Horizon, Liquidity, and Opportunity Cost of Catering Payout
By YIFAN LIU; Oklahoma State University
Heng WANG; Oklahoma State University
   presented by: YIFAN LIU, Oklahoma State University
   Discussant:   Huan Qiu, Louisiana Tech University
 

CEO Social Capital, Earnings Management, and Earnings Quality
By Huan Qiu; Louisiana Tech University
   presented by: Huan Qiu, Louisiana Tech University
   Discussant:   Dan Hu, Umass Lowell
 
Session 26: Corporate Finance 8 - Earnings Forecasts and Announcements
March 15, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Ramesh Rao, Oklahoma State University
Session Chair: Ramesh Rao, Oklahoma State University
Session type: invited
 

Tone of Languages, Financial Disclosure and Earnings Management: A Textual Analysis on Form 20-F
By Shuangyan Li; Xi’an Jiaotong University
Yongli Luo; Houston Baptist University
   presented by: Yongli Luo, Houston Baptist University
   Discussant:   MD RUHUL AMIN, University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley
 

Is earnings management associated with labor productivity gap?
By MD RUHUL AMIN; University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley
Nazmul Hassan; East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Md Noman Hossain; University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Abdullah Al Masum; University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   presented by: Abdullah Al Masum, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   Discussant:   Gabriele Lattanzio, The University of Oklahoma
 

Classification Shifting and Firm Value
By Gabriele Lattanzio; The University of Oklahoma
   presented by: Gabriele Lattanzio, The University of Oklahoma
   Discussant:   Yongli Luo, Houston Baptist University
 
Session 27: Corporate Finance 9
March 15, 2019 13:45 to 15:15
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: M. Kabir Hassan, University of New Orleans
Session type: invited
 

The impact of Sarbanes Oxley Act on industrial diversification
By Chun-Hao Chang; Florida International University
Wen-Hsiu Chou; Florida International University
CATALINA HURWITZ; University of Tennessee Chattanooga
   presented by: CATALINA HURWITZ, University of Tennessee Chattanooga
   Discussant:   Jian Xu, UTRGV
 

Firm Location and Innovation: Evidence from Chinese Listed Firms
By Jian Xu; UTRGV
xiaoyang zhu; Oklahoma State University
DAQI XIN; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
XI Yang; UTRGV
   presented by: Jian Xu, UTRGV
   Discussant:   YIFAN LIU, Oklahoma State University
 

Open market share repurchase: A perspective from up sided stock liquidity
By YIFAN LIU; Oklahoma State University
   presented by: YIFAN LIU, Oklahoma State University
   Discussant:   CATALINA HURWITZ, University of Tennessee Chattanooga
 
Session 28: Corporate Governance 1 - Firm Ownership
March 14, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: Mary Kelly, Texas A&M Univ. Central Texas
Session Chair: Mary Kelly, Texas A&M Univ. Central Texas
Session type: invited
 

Does Litigation Risk Deter Opportunistic Insider Trading? Evidence from Universal Demand Laws
By Bina Sharma; UT Rio Grande Valley
   presented by: Bina Sharma, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   Discussant:   Shenghui Tong, Siena College
 

How do independent directors view corporate social responsibility (CSR)? Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment
By Shenghui Tong; Siena College
   presented by: Shenghui Tong, Siena College
   Discussant:   Mohammad Hashemi Joo, Florida International University
 

Effect of Board Gender Diversity on Litigation Risk
By Mohammad Hashemi Joo; Florida International University
Edward Lawrence; Florida International University
   presented by: Mohammad Hashemi Joo, Florida International University
   Discussant:   Bina Sharma, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
 
Session 29: Corporate Governance 2
March 14, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Shan Lei, West Texas A&M University
Session type: invited
 

Board Diversity: An analysis of the market reaction to the gender diversity rules for TSX listed companies
By Vishaal Baulkaran; University of Lethbridge
   presented by: Vishaal Baulkaran, University of Lethbridge
   Discussant:   Bailey Brewer, University of Texas at Arlington
 

Activist Settlements
By Adrian Aycan Corum; Cornell University
   presented by: Adrian Aycan Corum, Cornell University
   Discussant:   Tai Yi, SUNY Fredonia
 

Corporate Social Responsibility, Media Freedom, and Firm Value
By Tai Yi; SUNY Fredonia
   presented by: Tai Yi, SUNY Fredonia
   Discussant:   Vishaal Baulkaran, University of Lethbridge
 
Session 30: Corporate Governance 3 - CEO Compensation and Succession Issues
March 14, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: John Adams, University of Texas at Arlington
Session Chair: Mary Kelly, Texas A&M Univ. Central Texas
Session type: invited
 

CEO Ownership & Board Independence
By Dishant Pandya; Spalding University
   presented by: Dishant Pandya, Spalding University
   Discussant:   Aaron Henrichsen, University of Northern Colorado
 

Board Members' Expertise and Distressed Firm Bankruptcy
By Aaron Henrichsen; University of Northern Colorado
   presented by: Aaron Henrichsen, University of Northern Colorado
   Discussant:   Abhishek Ganguly, Indiana University
 

Hedge Fund Activism and Capital Structure
By Lin Ge; University of Mississippi
Abhishek Ganguly; Indiana University
   presented by: Abhishek Ganguly, Indiana University
   Discussant:   Dishant Pandya, Spalding University
 
Session 31: Corporate Governance 4 - Executive Compensation
March 15, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: Lynn Kendall, University of Dallas
Session Chair: Lynn Kendall, University of Dallas
Session type: invited
 

Hedge Fund Activism and CEO Compensation
By Jana Fidrmuc; University of Warwick
Swati Kanoria; University of Warwick
   presented by: Swati Kanoria, University of Warwick
   Discussant:   Jizhe Zhang, University of Mississippi
 

CEO Tenure and Firm Innovation
By Jizhe Zhang; University of Mississippi
   presented by: Jizhe Zhang, University of Mississippi
   Discussant:   Nilakshi Borah, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
 

Board Leadership Structure and Corporate Headquarters Location
By Nilakshi Borah; University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Hui James; The University of Texas at Tyler
   presented by: Nilakshi Borah, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
   Discussant:   Swati Kanoria, University of Warwick
 
Session 32: Corporate Governance 5
March 15, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: John Adams, University of Texas at Arlington
Session Chair: Nacasius Ujah, South Dakota State University
Session type: invited
 

CEO Age and Tax Avoidance
By HUI James; University of Texas at Tyler
   presented by: HUI James, University of Texas at Tyler
   Discussant:   Jamshed Iqbal, University of Vaasa, Finland
 

CEO Power and Bank Default Risk
By Searat Ali; Griffith University
Jamshed Iqbal; University of Vaasa, Finland
   presented by: Jamshed Iqbal, University of Vaasa, Finland
   Discussant:   HUI James, University of Texas at Tyler
 
Session 33: Corporate Governance 6 - Board Composition 2
March 15, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Nacasius Ujah, South Dakota State University
Session type: invited
 

Working Capital Management and Managerial Talent
By Nacasius Ujah; South Dakota State University
Augustine Tarkom; South Dakota State University
Collins Okafor; North Carolina A&T State University
   presented by: Nacasius Ujah, South Dakota State University
   Discussant:   Daqi Xin, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
 

Gender and Earnings Conference Calls
By Bill Francis; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Thomas Shohfi; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Daqi Xin; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
   presented by: Daqi Xin, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
   Discussant:   Nacasius Ujah, South Dakota State University
 
Session 34: Corporate Governance 7 - Governance Issues
March 15, 2019 13:45 to 15:15
 
Session Organizer: Timothy Michael, University of Houston Clear Lake
Session Chair: John Stowe, Ohio University
Session type: invited
 

THE EFFECT OF BOARD DIVERSITY ON GREENHOUSE GAS DISCLOSURE: EVIDENCE FROM THE UK
By Maryam Al-Qahtani; Qatar University
Adel Elgharbawy; Qatar University
   presented by: Adel Elgharbawy, Qatar University
   Discussant:   Ye Wang, The University of Arizona
 

Hiring Retiring-age CEOs
By Ye Wang; The University of Arizona
David Yin; Miami University
   presented by: Ye Wang, The University of Arizona
   Discussant:   Nacasius Ujah, South Dakota State University
 

Board Gender Diversity and Social Capital
By Renee Oyotode-Adebile; Northwest Missouri State University
Nacasius Ujah; South Dakota State University
   presented by: Nacasius Ujah, South Dakota State University
   Discussant:   Adel Elgharbawy, Qatar University
 
Session 35: Corporate Governance 8
March 15, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Ankita Damani, University of Texas at Arlington
Session type: invited
 

Female Directors in Play Keep Short-Sellers Away!
By Nilesh Sah; Northeastern Illinois University
Anisur Rahman; Westminster College
   presented by: Nilesh Sah, Northeastern Illinois University
   Discussant:   Fang Lin, Pittsburg State University
 

Media Exposure and Executive Compensation: An Analysis of Turnover Events
By Fang Lin; Pittsburg State University
   presented by: Fang Lin, Pittsburg State University
   Discussant:   Nilesh Sah, Northeastern Illinois University
 
Session 36: Cryptocurrency 1
March 15, 2019 13:45 to 15:15
 
Session Organizer: Arati Kale, UT Arlington
Session Chair: Arati Kale, UT Arlington
Session type: invited
 

Stablecoins and Volatility
By Maria de Boyrie; New Mexico State University
Termkiat Kanchanapoom; Thammasat University
Ivelina Pavlova; University of Houston Clear Lake
   presented by: Maria de Boyrie, New Mexico State University
   Discussant:   Arati Kale, UT Arlington
 

The efficacy of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in future
By
Dhruba Banjade; UTA
Arati Kale; UT Arlington
Jason Morrison; University of Texas at Arlington
   presented by: Arati Kale, UT Arlington
   Discussant:   Franz Hinzen, New York University
 

Proof of Work's Limited Adoption Problem
By Franz Hinzen; New York University
Kose John; New York University
Fahad Saleh; McGill University
   presented by: Franz Hinzen, New York University
   Discussant:   Maria de Boyrie, New Mexico State University
 
Session 37: Cryptocurrency 2
March 15, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: Maria de Boyrie, New Mexico State University
Session Chair: Maria de Boyrie, New Mexico State University
Session type: invited
 

Forecasting Bitcoin Price using Artificial Neural Network (ANN)
By Dhruba Banjade; UTA
   presented by: Dhruba Banjade, UTA
   Discussant:   Seungho Shin, University of New Orleans
 

Analysis of Volatility in Cryptocurrency Market
By Seungho Shin; University of New Orleans
   presented by: Seungho Shin, University of New Orleans
   Discussant:   YIFAN LIU, Oklahoma State University
 

The Cross Section of Cryptoasset Returns
By YIFAN LIU; Oklahoma State University
   presented by: YIFAN LIU, Oklahoma State University
   Discussant:   Krishnan Dandapani, Florida International University
 

Can ICOs replace current financing options?
By Yuka Nishikawa; Florida International University
Mohammad Hashemi Joo; Florida International University
Krishnan Dandapani; Florida International University
   presented by: Krishnan Dandapani, Florida International University
   Discussant:   Dhruba Banjade, UTA
 
Session 38: Derivatives 1
March 14, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Shuming Bai, University of Texas Permian Basin
Session Chair: Chun-Da Chen, Lamar University
Session type: invited
 

Futures risk premia in the era of shale oil
By FABRIZIO FERRIANI; Banca d'Italia (Bank of Italy)
FILIPPO NATOLI; Banca d'Italia (Bank of Italy)
GIOVANNI VERONESE; Banca d'Italia (Bank of Italy)
Federica Zeni; Imperial College London
   presented by: Fabrizio Ferriani, Banca d'Italia
   Discussant:   Seth Hoelscher, Missouri State University
 

The Informativeness of Derivatives Use: Evidence from Corporate Disclosure through Public Announcements
By Chitru Fernando; University of Oklahoma
Seth Hoelscher; Missouri State University
Vikas Raman; Lancaster University
   presented by: Seth Hoelscher, Missouri State University
   Discussant:   Fei Fang, University of Massachusetts Amherst
 

Using Information in the Options Market to Predict Cross-Sectional Stock Returns - The Impact of Stock Liquidity
By Fei Fang; University of Massachusetts Amherst
   presented by: Fei Fang, University of Massachusetts Amherst
   Discussant:   Arthur Wharton, Virginia State University
 

SFAS 140/ASC 860 Disclosures and MBS Securitization Credit Ratings Downgrades and Defaults
By Arthur Wharton; Virginia State University
   presented by: Arthur Wharton, Virginia State University
   Discussant:   Fabrizio Ferriani, Banca d'Italia
 
Session 39: Derivatives 2- Commodities and Commodity Derivatives
March 14, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
 
Session Organizer: Susan Crain, Missouri State University
Session Chair: Seth Hoelscher, Missouri State University
Session type: invited
 

Pricing of Idiosyncratic Volatility: Levels or Jumps
By Anandi Banerjee; Queens University of Charlotte
   presented by: Anandi Banerjee, Queens University of Charlotte
   Discussant:   William Procasky, Westminster College
 

The Relative Role of CDS and Bond Markets in Efficiently Pricing Emerging Market Sovereign Credit Risk
By William Procasky; Westminster College
   presented by: William Procasky, Westminster College
   Discussant:   David Buchuk, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
 

The determinants of hedging policies: Evidence from a structural estimation
By David Buchuk; Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
   presented by: David Buchuk, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
   Discussant:   Guanglian Hu, ITAM
 

The Volatility Risk Premium and Option Returns
By Guanglian Hu; ITAM
Yuguo Liu; University of Houston
   presented by: Guanglian Hu, ITAM
   Discussant:   Anandi Banerjee, Queens University of Charlotte
 
Session 40: Derivatives 3- Option Prices and Strategies
March 15, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Susan Crain, Missouri State University
Session Chair: Susan Crain, Missouri State University
Session type: invited
 

Determinants of CDS trading on major banks
By Benjamin Hippert; Paderborn University
Andre Uhde; University of Paderborn
Sascha Wengerek; Paderborn University
   presented by: Benjamin Hippert, Paderborn University
   Discussant:   Zagdbazar Davaadorj, Texas A&M International University
 

Informationally advantaged lenders and Credit derivative market: evidence from Loan only Credit Default Index (LCDX)
By Zagdbazar Davaadorj; Texas A&M International University
Jorge Brusa; Texas A&M International University
   presented by: Zagdbazar Davaadorj, Texas A&M International University
   Discussant:   Yuguo Liu, University of Houston
 

What Can We Learn from Option Returns? Implications for the Index Option Return Puzzle and the Risk-Return Tradeoff
By Yuguo Liu; University of Houston
   presented by: Yuguo Liu, University of Houston
   Discussant:   Benjamin Hippert, Paderborn University
 
Session 41: Doctoral Student Stipend Payment
March 15, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chairs:
1. Thomas Thompson, University of Texas at Arlington
2. Karyn Neuhauser, Lamar University
Session type: invited
 
Session 42: Economic Theory and Modeling 1
March 14, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Rui Liu, Duquesne University
Session Chair: Dhruba Banjade, UTA
Session type: invited
 

Media Corruption Perceptions and US Foreign Direct Investment
By Mohammad Refakar; Université de Sherbrooke
Jean-Pierre Gueyie; UQAM
   presented by: Mohammad Refakar, Université de Sherbrooke
   Discussant:   Yulin Li, the University of Texas at San Antonio
 

Sovereign Bonds, Coskewness, and Monetary Policy
By Yulin Li; the University of Texas at San Antonio
   presented by: Yulin Li, the University of Texas at San Antonio
   Discussant:   Hitoshi Takehara, Waseda University
 

Reexamination of Liquidity Adjusted Capital Asset Pricing Model: Evidence from Japan
By Xin Zhong; Waseda University
Hitoshi Takehara; Waseda University
   presented by: Hitoshi Takehara, Waseda University
   Discussant:   Mohammad Refakar, Université de Sherbrooke
 
Session 43: Economic Theory and Modeling 2
March 15, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: Rui Liu, Duquesne University
Session Chair: Rui Liu, Duquesne University
Session type: invited
 

Skewed Interest Rate Patterns and a Skewness-Adjusted Black-Derman-Toy Calibration Model
By Stafford Johnson; Xavier University
   presented by: Stafford Johnson, Xavier University
   Discussant:   David Stowe, Ohio University
 

Portfolio Mathematics with General Linear and Quadratic Constraints
By David Stowe; Ohio University
   presented by: David Stowe, Ohio University
   Discussant:   Hyungeun Choi, Texas Tech University, Department of Finance
 

The Changing Dynamics between Interest Rates and Economic Activity
By Hyungeun Choi; Texas Tech University, Department of Finance
SCOTT HEIN; Texas Tech University
   presented by: Hyungeun Choi, Texas Tech University, Department of Finance
   Discussant:   Anirban Banerjee, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
 

An Inspection into Information Flow Between Spot and Futures Market Through Order Imbalance
By Anirban Banerjee; Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Ashok Banerjee; Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
   presented by: Anirban Banerjee, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
   Discussant:   Stafford Johnson, Xavier University
 
Session 44: Energy Investing
March 14, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: Shuming Bai, University of Texas Permian Basin
Session Chair: Shuming Bai, University of Texas Permian Basin
Session type: invited
 

U.S. shale producers: a case of dynamic risk management?
By Fabrizio Ferriani; Banca d'Italia
Giovanni Veronese; Banca di Italia
   presented by: Fabrizio Ferriani, Banca d'Italia
   Discussant:   Md Shahedur Rahaman Chowdhury, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
 

Oil Shocks, Economic Activity and Employment: Evidence from Oil Export and Import Countries
By Md Shahedur Rahaman Chowdhury; The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Amirhossein Fard; The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   presented by: Md Shahedur Rahaman Chowdhury, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   Discussant:   Yu Li, University of Houston
 

Fundamental Shocks and the Co-Movement of Natural Gas and Electricity Prices
By Yu Li; University of Houston
   presented by: Yu Li, University of Houston
   Discussant:   Shuming Bai, University of Texas Permian Basin
 

Oil and Gas Reserves Disclosures and E&P Firm Performance
By Shuming Bai; University of Texas Permian Basin
Kai Koong; Tuskegee University
   presented by: Shuming Bai, University of Texas Permian Basin
   Discussant:   Fabrizio Ferriani, Banca d'Italia
 
Session 45: Fixed Income 1
March 14, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: Rui Liu, Duquesne University
Session Chair: Rui Liu, Duquesne University
Session type: invited
 

Information in the Term Structure: A Forecasting Perspective
By Hitesh Doshi; University of Houston
Kris Jacobs; University of Houston
Rui Liu; Duquesne University
   presented by: Rui Liu, Duquesne University
   Discussant:   Diego Leal Gonzalez, The University of Oklahoma
 

Nonlinear Structural Estimation of Corporate Bond Liquidity
By Diego Leal Gonzalez; The University of Oklahoma
Bryan Stanhouse; University of Oklahoma
Duane Stock; University of Oklahoma
   presented by: Diego Leal Gonzalez, The University of Oklahoma
   Discussant:   Nicolas Duvernois, University of New Orleans
 

Green Bonds: Is there a Benefit to 3rd Party Certification
By Nicolas Duvernois; University of New Orleans
Duygu Zirek; University of New Orleans
   presented by: Nicolas Duvernois, University of New Orleans
   Discussant:   Rui Liu, Duquesne University
 
Session 46: Fixed Income 2
March 15, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Anh Nguyen, University of Texas at Arlington
Session type: invited
 

Moral Hazard, Bank Monitoring, and Bond Spreads
By James Weston; Rice University
Emmanuel Yimfor; Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University
   presented by: Emmanuel Yimfor, Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University
   Discussant:   Sharif Mazumder, Oklahoma State University
 

Does stock return’s idiosyncratic volatility still predict corporate bond returns?
By Sharif Mazumder; Oklahoma State University
   presented by: Sharif Mazumder, Oklahoma State University
   Discussant:   Wadim Djatschenko, European University Viadrina
 

The Nitty Gritty of Bond Valuation
By Wadim Djatschenko; European University Viadrina
   presented by: Wadim Djatschenko, European University Viadrina
   Discussant:   Emmanuel Yimfor, Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University
 
Session 47: Fixed Income 3
March 15, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: James Scott, Missouri State University
Session Chair: James Scott, Missouri State University
Session type: invited
 

AAA-TREASURY BOND SPREAD DRIFT THEORY
By Armand Picou; Texas A&M Univ - CC
   presented by: Armand Picou, Texas A&M Univ - CC
 

Managerial Ability and Bond Rating Changes
By Kristopher Kemper; Ball State University
Joel Harper; Miami University
Li Sun; University of Tulsa
   presented by: Kristopher Kemper, Ball State University
 

Corporate Asset Growth, Debt Financing, and Bond Performance
By Yifei Li; University Of Nevada Reno
Zhenzhen Sun; University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Tong Yu; University of Cincinnati
   presented by: Yifei Li, University Of Nevada Reno
 

Collateral Value and Strategic Default: Evidence from Auto Loans
By Dimuthu Ratnadiwakara; University of Houston
   presented by: Dimuthu Ratnadiwakara, University of Houston
 
Session 48: Insurance and Risk Management
March 15, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Abdullah Qari, University of Texas at Arlington
Session type: invited
 

Unsafe Insurance: International Evidence
By Viktoria Dalko; Hult IBS
   presented by: Viktoria Dalko, Hult IBS
   Discussant:   Junhao Liu, University of Wisconsin–Madison
 

ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT, FINANCIAL REPORTING OUTCOMES, AND AUDITOR BEHAVIOR
By Franklin Amartey; University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
Rashiqa Kamal; University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
   presented by: Rashiqa Kamal, University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
   Discussant:   Junhao Liu, University of Wisconsin–Madison
 

Elections and Price Regulation
By Tyler Leverty; University of Wisconsin Madison
Junhao Liu; University of Wisconsin–Madison
   presented by: Junhao Liu, University of Wisconsin–Madison
   Discussant:   Rashiqa Kamal, University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
 

Compliance Costs of Contract Regulation
By Junhao Liu; University of Wisconsin–Madison
   presented by: Junhao Liu, University of Wisconsin–Madison
   Discussant:   Viktoria Dalko, Hult IBS
 
Session 49: International Finance 1 - Country Risk and Corruption
March 14, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: Jinghua Wang, Pacific Lutheran University
Session Chair: Jinghua Wang, Pacific Lutheran University
Session type: invited
 

Transparency of Translation: Has the shift changed hedging practice?
By Han Jin; Auburn University
Beverly Marshall; Auburn University
   presented by: Han Jin, Auburn University
   Discussant:   Romora Sitorus, The University of Oklahoma
 

Wire the money? The effect of policy uncertainty on VC investments around the world
By Romora Sitorus; The University of Oklahoma
   presented by: Romora Sitorus, The University of Oklahoma
   Discussant:   Obed Izaguirre, University of New Orleans
 

Financial Market Integration Between Latin America and the US
By Obed Izaguirre; University of New Orleans
   presented by: Obed Izaguirre, University of New Orleans
   Discussant:   Han Jin, Auburn University
 
Session 50: International Finance 2 - Portfolio Effects
March 14, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
 
Session Organizer: Ivelina Pavlova, University of Houston Clear Lake
Session Chair: Ivelina Pavlova, University of Houston Clear Lake
Session type: invited
 

Importance of Transaction Costs for Asset Allocations in FX Markets
By Luca Pezzo; University of New Orleans
Thomas Maurer; Washington University in St. Louis
Mark Taylor; Washington University in St. Louis
   presented by: Luca Pezzo, University of New Orleans
   Discussant:   Lei Ye, World Bank
 

Corporate Debt Overhang and Investment in Emerging Economies: Firm-Level Evidence
By Lei Ye; World Bank
   presented by: Lei Ye, World Bank
   Discussant:   Ivalina Kalcheva, University of California, Riverside
 

Dual-class structure and corporate innovation: International evidence
By Julian Atanassov; University of Nebraska
hyun hong; University of California, Riverside
Ivalina Kalcheva; University of California, Riverside
Ji Woo Ryou; The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   presented by: Ivalina Kalcheva, University of California, Riverside
   Discussant:   Mohamed Abdelaziz Eissa, Qatar University
 

FDI Determinants in Oil Exporting Countries: Revisiting the Role of Natural Resources
By Mohamed Abdelaziz Eissa; Qatar University
   presented by: Mohamed Abdelaziz Eissa, Qatar University
   Discussant:   Luca Pezzo, University of New Orleans
 
Session 51: Investments 1 - Security Prices and Returns
March 14, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: Jimmy Lockwood, Colorado State University
Session Chair: Chih-Huei (Debby) Su, University of St. Thomas
Session type: invited
 

Informed Insiders, Uninformed attorneys
By Matthew Pierson; FLORIDA STATE UNIV
   presented by: Matthew Pierson, FLORIDA STATE UNIV
   Discussant:   Timothy Krause, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
 

Market Efficiency in Emerging Markets ETFs
By Timothy Krause; Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   presented by: Timothy Krause, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   Discussant:   Md Shahedur Rahaman Chowdhury, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
 

Testing for U.S. Housing Market Bubbles: The Impact of Fundamentals on the U.S. Housing Market Bubbles
By Md Shahedur Rahaman Chowdhury; The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Diego Escobari; The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   presented by: Md Shahedur Rahaman Chowdhury, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   Discussant:   Matthew Pierson, FLORIDA STATE UNIV
 
Session 52: Investments 10
March 15, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Mohammad Bani Hani, University of Texas at Arlington
Session type: invited
 

Heterogeneity of institutional ownership and stock price delay
By Jiun-Lin Chen; Valparaiso University
Shih-Cheng Lee; Yuan Ze University
Chien-Ting Lin; Deakin University
Ping-Wen Sun; Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Jiun-Lin Chen, Valparaiso University
   Discussant:   Charles Hanby, Texas A&M University Central Texas
 

Have State Pension Plans Taken Additional Investment Risk to Reduce Required Contributions?
By Charles Hanby; Texas A&M University Central Texas
   presented by: Charles Hanby, Texas A&M University Central Texas
   Discussant:   Yuka Nishikawa, Florida International University
 

Cryptocurrency Market Inefficiency – Evidence from Event Studies
By Mohammad Hashemi Joo; Florida International University
Yuka Nishikawa; Florida International University
Krishnan Dandapani; Florida International University
   presented by: Yuka Nishikawa, Florida International University
   Discussant:   Jiun-Lin Chen, Valparaiso University
 
Session 53: Investments 11
March 15, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: Seth Hoelscher, Missouri State University
Session Chair: Seth Hoelscher, Missouri State University
Session type: invited
 

Anomalies in the Mexican Stock Market
By Polux Diaz-Ruiz; ITAM
Renata Herrerias; ITAM
Aurelio Vasquez; ITAM
   presented by: Renata Herrerias, ITAM
   Discussant:   Alejandro Serrano, Penn State Abington
 

SHORT-TERM INSTITUTIONS’ INFORMATION ADVANTAGE AND OVERVALUATION
By Brian Du; Cal State East Bay
Alejandro Serrano; Penn State Abington
Andre Vianna; Ministry of Finance of Brazil
   presented by: Alejandro Serrano, Penn State Abington
   Discussant:   Devendra Prasad, University of Massachusetts Lowell
 

The Altman ‘Z’ is “50” and Still Young: Bankruptcy Prediction and Stock Market Reaction due to Sudden Exogenous Shock (Revised Title)
By Devendra Prasad; University of Massachusetts Lowell
   presented by: Devendra Prasad, University of Massachusetts Lowell
   Discussant:   Renata Herrerias, ITAM
 
Session 54: Investments 2
March 14, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: Devendra Kale, UT Dallas
Session Chair: Devendra Kale, UT Dallas
Session type: invited
 

The predictive power of analyst price target and its dispersion
By Heng WANG; Oklahoma State University
Shu Yan; Oklahoma State University
   presented by: Heng WANG, Oklahoma State University
   Discussant:   nima vafai, The University of Texas At Arlington
 

Impacts of Sector and Company Size on Effective Factor Investing: Evidence from U.S. Equity Market
By Yibing Du; The University of Texas At Arlington
Salil Sarkar; The University of Texas at Arlington
nima vafai; The University of Texas At Arlington
   presented by: nima vafai, The University of Texas At Arlington
   Discussant:   Tibebe Assefa, Bowie State University
 

Information Content of Dividend Yield: Case Study of Dow Jones Components
By Tibebe Assefa; Bowie State University
Godwin Sekyere; Bowie State University
   presented by: Tibebe Assefa, Bowie State University
   Discussant:   Heng WANG, Oklahoma State University
 
Session 55: Investments 3 - Benchmarks and Indexes
March 14, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: John Adams, University of Texas at Arlington
Session Chair: Shuming Bai, University of Texas Permian Basin
Session type: invited
 

Explaining the asymmetric response of stock markets to oil price shocks
By Diego Escobari; The University of Texas RGV
Shahil Sharma; Texas A&M University San Antonio
   presented by: Shahil Sharma, Texas A&M University San Antonio
   Discussant:   Yi Liu, Texas Tech University
 

The Effect of Myopic Behavior on Stock Market Risk Perception
By Yi Liu; Texas Tech University
Michael Guillemette; Texas Tech University
   presented by: Yi Liu, Texas Tech University
   Discussant:   Tengfei Zhang, Louisiana State University
 

An Instrumental Variables Approach to Construct Factor Mimicking Portfolios for Non-Traded Factors
By Tengfei Zhang; Louisiana State University
Junbo Wang; Louisiana State University
Kuntara Pukthuanthong; University of Missouri
   presented by: Tengfei Zhang, Louisiana State University
   Discussant:   Shahil Sharma, Texas A&M University San Antonio
 
Session 56: Investments 4
March 14, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
 
Session Organizer: Lynn Kendall, University of Dallas
Session Chair: Lynn Kendall, University of Dallas
Session type: invited
 

Agency Factors in Midstream Master Limited Partnerships and Corporations
By Nina Rogers; Tarleton State University
Lynn Kendall; University of Dallas
   presented by: Lynn Kendall, University of Dallas
   Discussant:   Ravi Shukla, Syracuse University
 

The Cost of Imperfect Diversification
By Ravi Shukla; Syracuse University
   presented by: Ravi Shukla, Syracuse University
   Discussant:   JI WOO RYOU, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
 

Product Market Power: Evidence from the Sensitivity of Corporate Innovation Efficiency to CDS Price Informativeness
By Hyun A Hong; University of California Riverside
JI WOO RYOU; University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   presented by: JI WOO RYOU, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   Discussant:   Lynn Kendall, University of Dallas
 
Session 57: Investments 5
March 14, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: nima vafai, The University of Texas At Arlington
Session type: invited
 

Foreign-born resident networks and stock comovement: When local bias meets home (country) bias
By Yun Meng; Ball State University
Christos Pantzalis; University of South Florida
   presented by: Yun Meng, Ball State University
   Discussant:   Xiaori Zhang, Fudan University
 

Analyst Attention and Firm Innovation: New Evidence from China
By Xiaori Zhang; Fudan University
Fangfang Sun; Harbin Institute of Technology
YIN-CHE WENG; National Dong Hwa University
   presented by: Xiaori Zhang, Fudan University
   Discussant:   YIFAN LIU, Oklahoma State University
 

Modeling cryptoasset returns using Lévy processes
By YIFAN LIU; Oklahoma State University
   presented by: YIFAN LIU, Oklahoma State University
   Discussant:   Yun Meng, Ball State University
 
Session 58: Investments 6 - Politics, Business Cycles and and Investing
March 15, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Devendra Kale, UT Dallas
Session Chair: John Stowe, Ohio University
Session type: invited
 

Equity Valuation and Corporate Share Transactions
By John Stowe; Ohio University
   presented by: John Stowe, Ohio University
   Discussant:   Pawan Madhogarhia, York College of Pennsylvania
 

Can Simple Strategies Beat S&P 500?
By Pawan Madhogarhia; York College of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Pawan Madhogarhia, York College of Pennsylvania
   Discussant:   Emmanuel Alanis, Texas State University
 

Equity Trading on Private Information of Credit Ratings
By Emmanuel Alanis; Texas State University
   presented by: Emmanuel Alanis, Texas State University
   Discussant:   Anh Nguyen, University of Texas at Arlington
 
Session 59: Investments 7 - Analysts and Ratings
March 15, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Salil Sarkar, The University of Texas at Arlington
Session Chair: Salil Sarkar, The University of Texas at Arlington
Session type: invited
 

Is VC market Liquid? Evidence from India
By James Dominic; IIT Madras
Arun Kumar Gopalaswamy; IIT Madras
   presented by: James Dominic, IIT Madras
   Discussant:   Hongxia Wang, Ashland University
 

Major Customers and Corporate Payout Flexibility
By Hui James; The University of Texas at Tyler
Hongxia Wang; Ashland University
Bo Li; California State University, Los Angeles
   presented by: Hongxia Wang, Ashland University
   Discussant:   Steve Johnson, Sam Houston State University
 

Real options, capital investment, and manufacturing industry seasonality
By Steve Johnson; Sam Houston State University
   presented by: Steve Johnson, Sam Houston State University
   Discussant:   James Dominic, IIT Madras
 
Session 60: Investments 8- Mutual Funds
March 15, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Karyn Neuhauser, Lamar University
Session Chair: Susana Yu, Montclair State University
Session type: invited
 

Broken Bucks: Money Funds that Took Taxpayer Guarantees in 2008
By Linus Wilson; University of Louisiana at Lafayette
   presented by: Linus Wilson, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
   Discussant:   M. Safa, McKendree University
 

Do determinants of fees differ between Islamic and conventional funds?
By Meryem MEHRI; Paris Dauphine University
M. Kabir Hassan; University of New Orleans
M. Safa; McKendree University
   presented by: M. Safa, McKendree University
   Discussant:   Susana Yu, Montclair State University
 

Momentum of ETFs Including or Excluding Dividend Payouts
By Susana Yu; Montclair State University
Gwendolyn Webb; Baruch College
   presented by: Susana Yu, Montclair State University
   Discussant:   Linus Wilson, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
 
Session 61: Investments 9 - News and Information Impacts
March 15, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Susana Yu, Montclair State University
Session Chair: Karyn Neuhauser, Lamar University
Session type: invited
 

Improving Minimum Variance Portfolios by Alleviating Over-dispersion of Eigenvalues
By Fangquan Shi; University of Macau
   presented by: Fangquan Shi, University of Macau
   Discussant:   Yuexin Li, Tilburg University
 

Trust in Art Markets
By Yuexin Li; Tilburg University
Xiaoyin Ma; Tilburg University
Luc Renneboog; Tilburg University
   presented by: Yuexin Li, Tilburg University
   Discussant:   Syed Harun, Texas A&M University-San Antonio
 

The Influences of Consumer Sentiments on Financial and Real Estate Market Indicators
By Akash Dania; Delaware State University
Syed Harun; Texas A&M University-San Antonio
   presented by: Syed Harun, Texas A&M University-San Antonio
   Discussant:   Fangquan Shi, University of Macau
 
Session 62: IPOs 1-Initial Public Offerings and Mutual Funds
March 14, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: John Adams, University of Texas at Arlington
Session Chair: Jason Morrison, University of Texas at Arlington
Session type: invited
 

The impact of IPOs on innovation: Easing financial constraints, short-termism, or cashing out?
By Xiangchao Hao; Nankai University
Qingbin Meng; Renmin University of China
Kam Chan; Western Kentucky University
   presented by: Kam Chan, Western Kentucky University
   Discussant:   Kai Chen, SUNY Oneonta
 

Auditor Independence and IPO Long-Term Market Performance Around the SOX Enactment
By Kai Chen; SUNY Oneonta
Dona Siregar; SUNY Oneonta
   presented by: Kai Chen, SUNY Oneonta
   Discussant:   Bobbur Abhilash Chowdary, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
 

Window Dressing in Mutual Funds: New Evidence
By Bobbur Abhilash Chowdary; Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Ashok Banerjee; Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
   presented by: Bobbur Abhilash Chowdary, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
   Discussant:   Jason Morrison, University of Texas at Arlington
 

Juicing the Dividend Yield for Higher Mutual Fund Returns
By Jason Morrison; University of Texas at Arlington
   presented by: Jason Morrison, University of Texas at Arlington
   Discussant:   Kam Chan, Western Kentucky University
 
Session 63: IPOs 2 -IPOs and Seasoned Offerings
March 14, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Jason Morrison, University of Texas at Arlington
Session type: invited
 

The Choice of Flotation Methods: Evidence from Chinese Seasoned Equity Offerings
By Xuechen Gao; University of Central Arkansas
   presented by: Xuechen Gao, University of Central Arkansas
   Discussant:   Alexander Barinov, University of California Riverside
 

Stock Liquidity and Issuing Activity
By Alexander Barinov; University of California Riverside
   presented by: Alexander Barinov, University of California Riverside
   Discussant:   Wenyao Hu, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
 

What's Really in a Deal? Evidence from Textual Analysis
By Wenyao Hu; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Thomas Shohfi; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Runzu Wang; The University of Oklahoma
   presented by: Wenyao Hu, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
   Discussant:   Martin Abrahamson, Uppsala University
 

Offer Price and Ownership Structure — A Study of Shareholders in Swedish IPOs 2006–2016
By Martin Abrahamson; Uppsala University
   presented by: Martin Abrahamson, Uppsala University
   Discussant:   Xuechen Gao, University of Central Arkansas
 
Session 64: IPOs 3- Initial Public Offerings and Divestitures
March 14, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Session Organizer: Jinghua Wang, Pacific Lutheran University
Session Chair: Thomas Thompson, University of Texas at Arlington
Session type: invited
 

An Examination of the Liquidity Carve-out/Spin-off
By Thomas Thompson; University of Texas at Arlington
   presented by: Thomas Thompson, University of Texas at Arlington
   Discussant:   Yini Liu, University of Texas at San Antonio
 

How Reverse Merger Firms Raise Capital in PIPEs: The Role of Placement Agent Reputation and Stage Financing
By Yini Liu; University of Texas at San Antonio
   presented by: Yini Liu, University of Texas at San Antonio
   Discussant:   Richard Schubert, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
 

Stock Recalls as a Source of Informational Advantage through Short Selling: Empirical Evidence from Mergers and Acquisitions
By Richard Schubert; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Jan-Oliver Strych; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
   presented by: Richard Schubert, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
   Discussant:   Thomas Thompson, University of Texas at Arlington
 
Session 65: Market Microstructure
March 14, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: Susana Yu, Montclair State University
Session Chair: Susana Yu, Montclair State University
Session type: invited
 

Information Frictions in Securitization Markets: Unsophisticated Investors or Opaque Assets?
By David Echeverry; UC Berkeley
   presented by: David Echeverry, University of Notre Dame
   Discussant:   Khaled Alsabah, University of Colorado
 

The “15 Days” Debate: The Value of an Early Release of Information (Evidence from 10-K Submissions)
By Khaled Alsabah; University of Colorado at Boulder
   presented by: Khaled Alsabah, University of Colorado
   Discussant:   Kaitao Lin, University of Houston
 

Information Acquisition and Short Selling
By Kaitao Lin; University of Houston
Kevin Roshak; Bauer College of Business
   presented by: Kaitao Lin, University of Houston
   Discussant:   Jianning Huang, University of Memphis
 

Effects of Levelled Speed on Market Quality and Exchange Competition
By Bidisha Chakrabarty; Saint Louis University
Jianning Huang; University of Memphis
Pankaj K. Jain; The University of Memphis
   presented by: Jianning Huang, University of Memphis
   Discussant:   David Echeverry, University of Notre Dame
 
Session 66: Markets and Volatility
March 14, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Karyn Neuhauser, Lamar University
Session type: invited
 

High-Frequency Trading Is Innovative and Disruptive in the VUCA-Filled Stock Market
By Viktoria Dalko; Hult IBS
   presented by: Viktoria Dalko, Hult IBS
   Discussant:   Karyn Neuhauser, Lamar University
 

Government Intervention and Market Quality
By Zhishen Li; Zhongnan University
Bing-Xuan Lin; University of Rhode Island
David Michayluk; University of Technology Sydney
Karyn Neuhauser; Lamar University
   presented by: Karyn Neuhauser, Lamar University
   Discussant:   Kaitao Lin, University of Houston
 

Informed Liquidity Provision versus Demand: A Study of the Tick Size Pilot Program
By Kaitao Lin; University of Houston
   presented by: Kaitao Lin, University of Houston
   Discussant:   Viktoria Dalko, Hult IBS
 
Session 67: Real Estate
March 15, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: Ran Lu-Andrews, California Lutheran University
Session Chair: Ran Lu-Andrews, California Lutheran University
Session type: invited
 

Controlling Unobserved Heterogeneity in Repeat Sales Models: Application to the Disposition Effect in Housing
By John Clapp; University of Connecticut
Ran Lu-Andrews; California Lutheran University
Tingyu Zhou; U of Connecticut
   presented by: Ran Lu-Andrews, California Lutheran University
   Discussant:   Steven Shu-Hsiu Chen, University of Houston
 

Interdependence of Property Prices and Building Vacancy Rates in Residential and Commercial Real Estate Markets: Hong Kong and Singapore
By Steven Shu-Hsiu Chen; University of Houston
Li-Min Hsueh; Chinese Society of Housing Studies
   presented by: Steven Shu-Hsiu Chen, University of Houston
   Discussant:   Alina Arefeva, University of Wisconsin Madison
 

How to Set a Deadline for Auctioning a House
By Alina Arefeva; University of Wisconsin Madison
   presented by: Alina Arefeva, University of Wisconsin Madison
   Discussant:   Yuka Nishikawa, Florida International University
 

Trust and REIT Performance
By Yuka Nishikawa; Florida International University
Ali Parhizgari; Florida International University
   presented by: Yuka Nishikawa, Florida International University
   Discussant:   Ran Lu-Andrews, California Lutheran University
 
Session 68: Socially Responsible Investing 1
March 14, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
 
Session Organizer: ,
Session Chair: Yibing Du, The University of Texas At Arlington
Session type: invited
 

Which corporate social deeds matter? Evidence from the motivated institutional ownership
By Jiun-Lin Chen; Valparaiso University
Wenbin Liao; Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics
Ping-Wen Sun; Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Jiun-Lin Chen, Valparaiso University
   Discussant:   Stefan Wendt, Reykjavik University
 

Firm- and country-level determinants of green investments: An empirical analysis
By Wangchao Yuan; Concordia University
Thomas Walker; Concordia University
Stefan Wendt; Reykjavik University
   presented by: Stefan Wendt, Reykjavik University
   Discussant:   Aslihan Korkmaz, Dominican University of California
 

Do socially responsible countries pay a premium for high ESG firms
By Aslihan Korkmaz; Dominican University of California
zhichao yin; Capital University of Economics and Business
Pengpeng Yue; Capital University of Economics and Business
Haigang Zhou; Cleveland State University
   presented by: Aslihan Korkmaz, Dominican University of California
   Discussant:   Nacasius Ujah, South Dakota State University
 

Political Connectedness, Firm Performance and Corporate Risk Taking: Are Emerging Markets Different?
By Augustine Tarkom; South Dakota State University
Nacasius Ujah; South Dakota State University
   presented by: Nacasius Ujah, South Dakota State University
   Discussant:   Jiun-Lin Chen, Valparaiso University
 
Session 69: Socially Responsible Investing 2
March 15, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Session Organizer: Marilyn Wiley,
Session Chair: Shan Lei, West Texas A&M University
Session type: invited
 

To Green or Too Green: Does the Market Reward Firms for Voluntarily Going Green?
By Leyuan you; Texas State University
   presented by: Leyuan you, Texas State University
   Discussant:   Subramanian Iyer, University of New Mexico
 

The Effect of Mandatory Corporate Responsibility Expenditures on Earnings Management: Evidence from India’s 2% Rule
By Leila Hickman; University of New Mexico
Subramanian Iyer; University of New Mexico
Nemiraja Jadiyappa; Institute of Management Technology
   presented by: Subramanian Iyer, University of New Mexico
   Discussant:   Shan Lei, West Texas A&M University
 

The Role of Media in the Socially Responsible Investment
By Shan Lei; West Texas A&M University
   presented by: Shan Lei, West Texas A&M University
   Discussant:   Jennifer Brodmann, California State University Dominguez Hills
 

The Liquidity and Performance of SRI Investments
By Jennifer Brodmann; California State University Dominguez Hills
Phuvadon Wuthisatian; Hastings College
Duygu Zirek; University of New Orleans
   presented by: Jennifer Brodmann, California State University Dominguez Hills
   Discussant:   Leyuan you, Texas State University
 
Session 70: Volatility
March 14, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
 
Session Organizer: David Stowe, Ohio University
Session Chair: David Stowe, Ohio University
Session type: invited
 

Consumption volatility risk and the inversion of the yield curve
By Adriana Grasso; Banca d'Italia (Bank of Italy)
Filippo Natoli; Bank of Italy
   presented by: Adriana Grasso, Banca d'Italia (Bank of Italy)
   Discussant:   Yongkil Ahn,
 

Intangible Capital, Volatility Shock, and the Value Premium
By Yongkil Ahn
   presented by: Yongkil Ahn,
   Discussant:   Naji Al-Shammasi, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
 

R&D, Patents, and Idiosyncratic Volatility
By Naji Al-Shammasi; King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
   presented by: Naji Al-Shammasi, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
   Discussant:   Adriana Grasso, Banca d'Italia (Bank of Italy)
 

 

Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
1Abdelaziz Eissa, MohamedP50, D50
2Abrahamson, MartinP63, D63
3Adhikari, HariP21, D21
4Aggarwal, ShobhitP18, D18
5Ahn, YongkilP70, D70
6Al Masum, AbdullahP26
7Al-Shammasi, NajiP70, D70
8Alanis, EmmanuelP58, D58
9Alhashim, MohammedP14, D14, C14
10alkharashi, omarP15, D15
11Alsabah, KhaledP65, D65
12Alshamrani, AbdulazizP16, D16, C5
13AMIN, MD RUHULD26
14Amini, ShahramP23, D23
15An, YunbiP4, D4
16Arefeva, AlinaP67, D67
17ASHRAF, ALIP10, D10
18Assefa, TibebeP54, D54
19Azamian, NeginP12, D12
20Azim Khan, SharierP19, D19
21Bai, ShumingC55, P44, D44, C44
22Banerjee, AnirbanP43, D43
23Banerjee, AnandiP39, D39
24Bani Hani, MohammadC52
25Banjade, DhrubaC42, P37, D37
26Barinov, AlexanderP63, D63, P23, D23
27Baulkaran, VishaalP29, D29
28Bhuyan, Md Nazmul HasanP8, D8
29Borah, NilakshiP31, D31
30Boujlil, RhadaP9, D9
31Box, TravisP1, D1
32Brewer, BaileyD29
33Brodmann, JenniferP18, D18, P69, D69
34Buchuk, DavidP39, D39
35Chan, KamP62, D62
36Chen, Steven Shu-HsiuP67, D67
37Chen, KaiP62, D62
38Chen, Chun-DaC38
39Chen, Jiun-LinP68, D68, P8, D8, P52, D52
40Choi, HyungeunP43, D43
41Choi, DaewoungP22, D22
42Choudhary, InduP10, D10
43Chowdary, Bobbur AbhilashP62, D62
44Chowdhury, Md Shahedur RahamanP51, D51, P44, D44
45Corum, Adrian AycanP29
46Crain, SusanC40, P3, D3, C3
47Cui, MinP3, D3
48Dahiya, SandeepP6, D6
49Dai, Ya AnnaP19, D19
50Dalko, ViktoriaP66, D66, P48, D48
51Damani, AnkitaC35
52Dandapani, KrishnanP37, D37
53Davaadorj, ZagdbazarP40, D40
54Davis, BarbaraC8
55de Boyrie, MariaC20, P36, D36, C37
56Delikouras, StefanosP12, D12
57Djatschenko, WadimP46, D46
58Dominic, JamesP59, D59
59Du, YibingC68
60Duvernois, NicolasP45, D45, P10, D10
61Echeverry, DavidP65, D65
62El Ghoul, SadokP5, D5
63Elgharbawy, AdelP34, D34
64Fang, FeiP38, D38
65Ferriani, FabrizioP38, D38, P44, D44
66Fu, ChengboP1, D1
67Galindo Gil, HamiltonP15, D15
68Ganguly, AbhishekP20, D20, P30, D30
69Gao, XuechenP63, D63
70Grasso, AdrianaP70, D70
71Gupta, ManuC23
72Hanby, CharlesP52, D52
73Harun, SyedP5, D5, P61, D61
74Hashemi Joo, MohammadP28, D28, P15, D15
75Hassan, M. KabirC10, C27
76Henrichsen, AaronP30, D30
77Herrerias, RenataP53, D53
78Hinzen, FranzP36, D36
79Hippert, BenjaminP40, D40
80Hoelscher, SethP38, D38, C39, C53
81Homanen, MikaelP4, D4
82Houston, RezaP24, D24
83Hu, GuanglianP39, D39
84Hu, ZhenyuP11, D11
85Hu, DanP25, D25
86Hu, WenyaoP63, D63, P14, D14
87Huang, JianningP65, D65
88HURWITZ, CATALINAP23, D23, P27, D27
89Iqbal, JamshedP32, D32
90Iyer, SubramanianP69, D69
91Izaguirre, ObedP49, D49
92James, HUIP32, D32
93Jansen, BenjaminP21, D21
94Jia, ZiP12, D12
95Jin, HanP49, D49
96Johnson, StaffordP43, D43
97Johnson, SteveP59, D59
98Kalcheva, IvalinaP50, D50, P3, D3
99Kale, AratiC1, P36, D36, C36
100Kale, DevendraC54, P17, D17, C17
101Kamal, RashiqaP48, D48
102Kanoria, SwatiP31, D31
103Karahan, SelcukP20, D20
104Kelly, MaryC28, C30
105Kemper, KristopherP47
106Kendall, LynnP56, D56, C56, C31
107Khoroshilov, YuriP24, D24
108Kim, Tae-NyunP19, D19
109Korkmaz, AslihanP68, D68
110Krause, TimothyP51, D51, P22, D22
111Kwok, JuliaC2
112Lattanzio, GabrieleP26, D26
113Lawrence, ShariP6, D6, C6, P13, D13, C13
114Leal Gonzalez, DiegoP45, D45
115Lei, ShanC29, P69, D69, C69
116Li, YuP44, D44
117Li, YuexinP61, D61
118Li, YifeiP47
119Li, YulinP42, D42
120Lin, KaitaoP66, D66, P65, D65
121Lin, FangP35, D35
122Liu, RuiP45, D45, C45, C43
123Liu, YuguoP40, D40
124Liu, YiP55, D55
125Liu, YiniP64, D64
126Liu, JunhaoP48, P48, D48, D48
127LIU, YIFANP57, D57, P25, D25, C25, P27, D27, P37, D37
128Lu, RunjingP13, D13
129Lu-Andrews, RanC7, P67, D67, C67
130Luo, YongliP26, D26
131Luo, YangP1, D1
132Lynch, AndrewP22, D22, C22, C11
133Ma, XiaoyinP2, D2
134Madhogarhia, PawanP58, D58
135Mazumder, SharifP46, D46
136Möller, RouvenP9, D9
137Mbanga, CedricP2, D2
138Meng, YunP57, D57
139Misra, LalatenduC15
140Morales-Camargo, EmmanuelP22, D22
141Morgan, GeorgeP7, D7
142Morrison, JasonP62, D62, C62, C63
143Mustapha, NazarP8, D8
144Neuhauser, KarynP66, D66, C66, C61, C41
145Nguyen, CaP16, D16
146Nguyen, Thi Hong NguyenP9, D9
147Nguyen, AnhC46, D58
148Nishikawa, YukaP67, D67, P52, D52
149Pana, ElisabetaP6, D6
150Pandya, DishantP30, D30
151Pavlova, IvelinaC50
152Pezzo, LucaP50, D50
153Picou, ArmandP47
154Pierson, MatthewP51, D51
155Prasad, DevendraP53, D53
156Procasky, WilliamP39, D39
157Qari, AbdullahC48
158Qiu, HuanP25, D25
159Rabarison, MonikaP20, D20
160Rao, RameshP16, D16, C26
161Ratnadiwakara, DimuthuP47
162Refakar, MohammadP42, D42
163Rosenblum, AaronP24, D24
164RYOU, JI WOOP56, D56
165Safa, M.P12, D12, P60, D60
166Sah, NileshP35, D35
167Sarkar, SalilC59
168Saxena, AtulP7, D7
169Schubert, RichardP64, D64
170Scott, JamesC47
171Sears, StevenC21
172Sekita, ShizukaP14, D14
173Serrano, AlejandroP53, D53
174Sharma, ShahilP55, D55
175Sharma, BinaP28, D28
176Shi, FangquanP61, D61
177Shin, SeunghoP37, D37
178Shukla, RaviP56, D56
179Silverstein, BrianP17, D17
180Sitorus, RomoraP49, D49
181Stevenson, BradleyP5, D5, P7, D7
182Stowe, JohnP58, C58, C34
183Stowe, DavidC70, P43, D43, C19
184Su, Chih-Huei (Debby)C51, P24, D24, C24
185Suleymanov, MasimP4, D4
186Takehara, HitoshiP42, D42
187Taylor, JonP4, D4
188Thompson, ThomasP64, D64, C64, C41
189Tong, ShenghuiP28, D28
190Ujah, NacasiusP68, D68, C32, P33, D33, C33, P34, D34
191vafai, nimaP54, D54, C57
192Walton, RichardP2, D2
193Wang, YeP21, D21, P34, D34
194WANG, HengP54, D54
195Wang, HongxiaP59, D59, C18
196Wang, JinghuaC49, C12, C9
197Wells, KyleP21, D21
198Wendt, StefanP68, D68
199WENG, YIN-CHEP13, D13
200Wengerek, Sascha TobiasP11, D11
201Wharton, ArthurP38, D38
202Whitworth, JeffreyC16
203Wiley, MarilynC4
204Wilson, LinusP60, D60
205Xin, DaqiP33, D33
206Xu, JianP27, D27
207xu, jianP17, D17
208Xue, LifeiP20, D20
209Ye, LeiP50, D50
210Yi, TaiP29, D29
211Yimfor, EmmanuelP46, D46
212you, LeyuanP69, D69
213Yu, SusanaC65, P60, D60, C60
214Zhang, JizheP31, D31
215Zhang, HaoranP18, D18
216Zhang, TengfeiP55, D55
217Zhang, XiaoriP57, D57
218Zia, MujtabaP5, D5
219Zou, XuanP11, D11

 

This program was last updated on 2019-03-08 12:46:19 EDT