Huijian Dong


Huijian Dong

Assistant Professor, Business

503-352-1462

hdong@pacificu.edu

UC Box: A120

Office: Berglund 266

Education

PhD in Financial Economics, University of Delaware in 2011

MS in Western Economics, Jinan University in 2007

BS in Electrical and Information Engineering, South China University of Technology in 2004

Office Hours MWF 10:30-11:30 & 1:00-3:00 or by appt

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Areas of Research & Specialization

Financial asset pricing; financial market; financial mathematics

Research activities

   

Conference Presentation

Frequency, Cointegration, and Risk Hedging. Global Business & International Management

Conference, Portland, August 3, 2012

Research paper

Frequency and Cointegration Test: Comovement in the Currency Market, with Xiaomin Guo, Global Business & International Management Conference Journal 5(2), 2012

Does Delaware Effect Disappear? Empirical Evidence on Firm Values and Investment Performances,

with Xiaomin Guo, Global Business & International Management Conference Journal 5(2), 2012

Global Financial Market Vulnerability and Impacts of Equity, Oil, and Interest Rate, with Xiaomin Guo , Journal of international Management Studies, forthcoming (2012)

Inefficiency in Academia Publishing and Why It Was Not Improved: A Dynamic Equilibrium Model, forthcoming (2011)

Health Care Industry Equity Risk Premium and Book-to-Market Anomaly, with Xiaomin Guo,

forthcoming (2011)

The Impact Cycle of Historical Information in Global Financial Market Indexes, with William Latham

& Helen Bowers, forthcoming (2011)

International Financial Markets Contagion: Determinants and Consequences (working paper, 2010)

Financial Market Trading Strategy Contagion and Herding Behavior (working paper, 2008-2010)

A Revised Econometric Model for Small Regions: Delaware in 1990-2008, with Kenneth Lewis

and William Latham, (working paper, 2009)

Impact of the University of Delaware on DE, NJ, MD, and PA (working paper, 2009-2010)

China’s Sustainable Trade Development Assessment and Early Warning System, with Linhai Mei,

The Ritsumeikan Economics Review, 56(2): 245-257, Japan, (2007);

Internal Trade and Labor Cost Advantage Maintaining Path (working paper, 2006)

Personal Affiliations

Member, Honor Society of Economics, Omicron Delta Epsilon (2011)

Member, American Finance Association (2011)

Candidate, Chartered Financial Analyst Institute

Honor & Awards

Story Dondero Award, Pacific University (2012)

Excellent Teaching Award, NewOriental Education Group (NYSE: EDU)

Course Information

BA 105 Finance for Daily Decisions

BA 305 Business Finance

BA 352 Investments

BA 452 Global Finance