Huijian Dong, Ph.D.

2011 Department of Economics University of Delaware, Newark, DE, United States 
Finance, Commerce-Business Economics, General Business Administration
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Helen M. Bowers grad student 2011 University of Delaware
 (International financial markets contagion: Determinants and consequences.)
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Dong H, Harris A. (2018) If the January Effect Fails, Does Market Timing also Fail? Empirical Evidence from Calendar Month Returns Journal of Business Management. 7: 20-25
Dong H. (2017) Asynchronous Signaling in Global Equity Markets:Based on Opening Times International Business Research. 10: 173-191
Dong H. (2016) Competitive advantage of intrapreneurs in start-up business: A dynamic model The Journal of Business. 1: 8-12
Dong H. (2015) Exotic Collections Asset Pricing: The Lagrangian Optimization British Journal of Mathematics & Computer Science. 5: 82-91
Dong H, Cowing M. (2015) Which Risk Dominates the Bond Yield? Empirical Tests from Market Sentiment Perspective International Journal of Biometrics. 10: 10
Dong H, Guo X. (2014) The Interaction between Market Sentiments in the U.S. Financial Market and Global Equity Market International Business Research. 8: 1
Dong H, Guo X. (2013) Healthcare industry equity risk premium and book-to-market anomaly in the US stock market International Journal of Accounting and Finance. 4: 190-207
Dong H, Bowers HM, Latham WR. (2013) Evidence on the Efficient Market Hypothesis from 44 Global Financial Market Indexes Economics Research International. 2013: 1-11
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