Selected research (2010 and after)

Investments 

 

N. Xu, Y. Jiang, Kam C. Chan, and S. Wu (2017). Analyst herding and stock price crash risk: Evidence from China, Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting, forthcoming. (SSCI)

 

Y. Shyu, Kam C. Chan, and H. Liang (2017). Spillover of price efficiency and informed trading from short sales to margin purchases in absence of uptick rule, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, forthcoming. (SSCI)

 

X. Jiang, N. Xu, Q. Yuan and Kam C. Chan (2017). Mutual fund affiliated analysts and stock price synchronicity: Evidence from China, Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, forthcoming.

 

C. Cao, C. Xia, and Kam C. Chan (2016). Social trust and stock price crash risk: Evidence from China, International Review of Economics and Finance, Vol. 46, 148-165. (SSCI)

 

X. Li and Kam C. Chan (2016). Communist party control and stock price crash risk: Evidence from China, Economics Letters, 141, 5-7. (SSCI)

 

X. Feng and Kam C. Chan (2016). Information advantage, short sales, and stock returns: Evidence from short selling reform in China, Economic Modelling, 59, 131-142. (SSCI)

 

L. Chan, C.M. Nguyen, and Kam C. Chan (2015). A new approach to measure speculation in the oil futures market and some policy implications, Energy Policy, 86, 133-141. (SSCI)

 

  Feng, M. Zhou, and Kam C. Chan (2014).  Smart money or dumb money? A study on the selection ability of mutual fund investors in China, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, Volume 30, 154-170. (SSCI)

 

  N. Xu, X. Jiang, Kam C. Chan, and Z. Yi (2013).  Analyst optimism and stock price crash risk: Evidence from China, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, Volume 25, 217-239. (SSCI) 

 

N. Xu, Kam C. Chan, X. Jiang, and Z. Yi (2013).  Do star analysts know more firm-specific information? Evidence from China, Journal of Banking and Finance, Volume 37, 89-102. (SSCI) 

 

J. Lee, P. Yen, and Kam C. Chan (2013).  Market states and disposition effect: evidence from Taiwan mutual fund investors, Applied Economics, 45, 1331-1342. (SSCI) 

 

C. Chang and Kam C. Chan (2011).  Investment banks stock ratings, call warrant issuance, and responses from heterogeneous investors: Evidence from Taiwan, International Review of Economics and Finance, Volume 20, No. 4, 733-743. (SSCI) 

 

Kam C. Chan, C. Chen, and P. Lung (2010)  Net buying pressure and implied volatility in SP500 index futures options: the effect of market cycles and intraday trading, European Financial Management, Volume 16, No. 4, 624-657. (SSCI) 

 

 

Corporate finance

 

  S Gao, Q. Ming, Kam C. Chan, and X. Wu (2017). Earnings management before IPOs: Are institutional investors misled? Journal of Empirical Finance. (SSCI)

 

J. Chen, W. Dong, F. Zhang, and Kam C. Chan (2017).  Internal control and stock price crash risk: Evidence from China, European Accounting Review, forthcoming. (SSCI) 

 

W. Dong, H.L. Han, Y. Ke, and Kam C. Chan (2017). Social trust and corporate misconduct: Evidence from China, Journal of Business Ethics, forthcoming. (SSCI) 

 

J. Zhu, K. Ye, J. Tucker, and Kam C. Chan (2016). Board hierarchy, independent directors, and firm value, Journal of Corporate Finance, 41, 262-279. (SSCI) 

 

 S. Gao, Q. Meng, and Kam C. Chan (2016).  IPO pricing: Do institutional and retail investor sentiments differ? Economics Letters, 148, 115-117. (SSCI) 

 

 N. Xu, Q. Chen, Y. Xu, and Kam C. Chan (2016). Political uncertainty and cash holdings: Evidence from China, Journal of Corporate Finance, 40, 276-295. (SSCI) 

 

X. Tang, Y. Lin, Q. Peng, J. Du, and Kam C. Chan (2016). Politically connected directors and firm value: Evidence from forced resignations in China, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 37, 148-167. (SSCI) 

 

Z. Guo, Kam C. Chan, and Y. Xue (2016). The impact of corporate culture disclosure on performance: A quantitative approach, Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies, 19, 138-167.

 

 

 

 N. Xu, Q. Yuan, X. Jiang, and Kam C. Chan (2015).  Founders political connections, second generation involvement, and family firm performance: Evidence from China, Journal of Corporate Finance, 33, 243-259. (SSCI) 

 

 

 G. Ran, Q. Fang, S. Luo, and Kam C. Chan (2015).  Supervisory board characteristics and accounting information quality: Evidence from China, International Review of Economics and Finance, Volume 37, 18-32. (SSCI) 

 

 N. Xu, X. Li, Q. Yuan, and Kam C. Chan (2014).  Excess perks and stock price crash risk: Evidence from China, Journal of Corporate Finance, Volume 25, 419-434(SSCI) 

 

Kam C. Chan and Y. Chen (2013).  Board meeting frequency and management forecast behavior, Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting, Volume 13, 291-316. 

 

W. Poon, Kam C. Chan, and M. Firth (2013).  Does having a credit rating leave less money on the table when raising capital? A study of credit ratings and seasoned equity offerings in China, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, Volume 22, 88-106. (SSCI) 

 

  D. Bao, Kam C. Chan, and W. Zhang (2012).  Asymmetric cash flow sensitivity of cash holdings, Journal of Corporate Finance, Volume 18, No. 4, 690-700.  (Ranked 11th among top-25 hottest articles in the journal in Oct to Nov, 2012 in ScienceDirect website: http://top25.sciencedirect.com/subject/economics-econometrics-and-finance/10/journal/journal-of-corporate-finance/09291199/archive/41/) (SSCI) 

 

  Kam C. Chan and L. Lo (2011).  Credit rating and long-term IPO performance, Journal of Economics and Finance, Volume 35 (4), 473-483.

 

 

  International finance / international business

 

I. Han, H. Liang, and Kam C. Chan (2016). Locational concentration and institutional diversification: Evidence from foreign direct investment in the banking industry, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 38, 185-199. (SSCI) 

 

Liang Y. Ching, and Kam C. Chan (2013).  Enhancing bank performance through branches or representative offices? Evidence from European banks, International Business Review, Volume 22, 495-508. (SSCI) 

 

A. Wong, G. Tang, and Kam C. Chan (2013).  The determinants of performance in alternative markets for small and medium enterprises: International evidence, Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies, Volume 16, No. 2, 40-65.

 

 

 

Financial education

 

Kam C. Chan, C. Shum, and S. Thapa (2016).  CFP certification: Perceptions of finance faculty, Journal of Financial Education, Volume 42, 337-357.

 

L. Chan, R.W.C. Fok, and Kam C. Chan (2015).  Using books by prolific investors for teaching an investments course, Advances in Financial Education, 13, 26-37.

 

 

C. Shum and Kam C. Chan (2012).  Student engagement and performance in principles of finance, Advances in Financial Education, Volume 9, No. 2, 1-20.

 

 

Measurement of intellectual contributions

 

J. Chan, Kam C. Chan, J. Tong, and F. Zhang (2016).  Using Google Scholar citations to rank accounting programs: A global perspective, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 47, 29-55.

 

N. Xu, Kam C. Chan, and C. Chang (2016).  A quality-based global assessment of financial research, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Volume 46, 605-631.

N. Xu, W. Poon, and Kam C. Chan (2014).  Rankings of institutions and authors in international business research: A quality-based assessment, Management International Review, Volume 54, No. 5, 735-755. (SSCI) 

 

Kam C. Chan, J. Tong, and F. Zhang (2013).  Accounting research in the Asia-Pacific region: An update, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Volume 41, No. 4, 675-694.

 

Kam C. Chan, C. Chang, J.Y. Tong, and F. Zhang (2012).  An analysis of the accounting and finance research productivity in Australia and New Zealand in 1991-2010, Accounting and Finance, Volume 52, No. 1, 249-265.  (SSCI) 

 

Kam C. Chan, C. Chang, and Y. Chen (2011).  Retrospective analysis of financial research among Korean institutions and authors (1990-2010), Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies, Volume 40, No. 4, 495-626. (SSCI) 

 

Kam C. Chan, C.H. Chang, and C.R. Chen (2011).  Financial research in the European region: A long-term assessment (1990-2008), European Financial Management, Volume 17, No. 2, 391-411. (SSCI) 

 

Kam C. Chan, C. Chang, and Y. Chen (2011).  Financial research in Canada: A long-run assessment of journal publications, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, Volume 28, No. 1, 91-103. (SSCI) 

 

Kam C. Chan, C. Chen, and T. Lee (2011). A long-term assessment of finance research performance among Asia-Pacific academic institutions (1990-2008), Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, Volume 19, No. 1, 157-171. (SSCI) 

 

Kam C. Chan, H. Fung, and J. Yau (2010).  Business ethics research: A global perspectives, Journal of Business Ethics, Volume 95, No. 1, 39-53. (SSCI) 

 

Discipline reflections

 

  Kam C. Chan, C.H. Chang, and Y.C. Chang (2015). The network effects of publishing in finance, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 33, 306-316. (SSCI) 

 

 

  Kam C. Chan, H.G. Fung, and J. Yau (2013).  Influential business ethics research: Predominant partners and dissemination channels, Business Ethics: A European Review, Volume 22, 263-276. (SSCI) 

 

C. Brown, Kam C. Chan, and C.R. Chen (2011).  First author conditions: evidence from finance journal coauthorship, Applied Economics, Volume 43 (25), 3687-3697. (SSCI) 

 

Kam C. Chan, W.G. Hardin, III, and K. Liano (2010).  Author order conditions and co-authorship in real estate journals, Journal of Real Estate Literature, Volume 18, No. 1, 31-41.

 

J. Murray, Kam C. Chan, and H. Fung (2010).  Productivity of international business researchers: A gender analysis, Journal of Academy of Business Education, Volume 11, 131-156.

 

J.J. Chrisman, Kam C. Chan, F.W. Kellermanns, and K. Liano (2010).   Intellectual foundations of current research in family business: An identification and review of 25 influential articles, Family Business Review, Volume 23, No. 1, 9-26. (SSCI) 

 

 

 

 Journal ranking / citation analysis

 

  Kam C. Chan, A. Fung, H. Fung, and J. Yau (2016).  A citation analysis of business ethics research: A global perspectives, Journal of Business Ethics, 136, 557-573. (SSCI) 

 

 Kam C. Chan, A. Fung, H. Fung, and J. Yau (2016). Ranking of institutions and academic journals: A selective review and a conceptual framework, Managerial Finance, 42, 292-302.

 

C. Cao, T. Zhang, C.H. Chang, and Kam C. Chan (2016). International Review of Economics and Finance (1992-2015):  The past 24 years and beyond, International Review of Economics and Finance, 44, 266-276. (SSCI) 

 

M. Zhou, C. Chang, and Kam C. Chan (2015). A retrospective evaluation of the North American Journal of Economics and Finance (1990-2014), North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 32, 1-11. (SSCI) 

 

Kam C. Chan, C. Chang, and Y. Chang (2013).  Ranking of Finance Journals: Some Google Scholar Citation Perspectives, Journal of Empirical Finance, Volume 21, 241-250.  (Ranked 5th among top-25 hottest articles in the journal in April to June, 2013 in ScienceDirect website: http://top25.sciencedirect.com/subject/economics-econometrics-and-finance/10/journal/journal-of-empirical-finance/09275398/archive/46/) (SSCI) 

 

 Kam C. Chan, J. Tong, and F. Zhang (2012).  Rankings of accounting journals, authorship patterns, and author affiliation index, Australian Accounting Review, Volume 22, 407-417. (SSCI) 

 

Kam C. Chan, P. Lai, and K. Liano (2012).  A threshold citation analysis in marketing research, European Journal of Marketing, Volume 46, No. 1/2, 134-156. (SSCI) 

 

Publications in early years at Accounting, Organizations, and Society, Financial Management, Financial Practice and Education, Financial Review, Journal of Futures Markets, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, Journal of Financial Research, among others.

Last update on Feb 24, 2017.