- Assistant Professor
|National University of Singapore|
Finance & Financial Services
Consulting, Research and Teaching Interests:
- Asset pricing
- Behavioural economics, finance, and accounting
- Corporate governance and compensation
Jing Xie is an Assistant Professor of Finance at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He joined the School of Accounting and Finance in 2015 upon the completion of his PhD at National University of Singapore. He received his bachelor degree from University of Science and Technology of China in 2007, master degree from Hong Kong University in 2009.
Jing’s research focuses on portfolio management, institutional trading, and behavioral finance. Another line of his research examines corporate ownership structure, informal financing, and corporate innovation.
“Institutional Trading, Information Production, and Forced CEO Turnovers,” (with Thomas Chemmanur, Gang Hu, and Yingzhen Li). Journal of Corporate Finance 2021.
“Preference for Dividends and Return Comovement,” (with Allaudeen Hameed), Journal of Financial Economics, April 2019, Vol. 132(1), pp.103-125.
“Understanding Informal Financing,” (with Franklin Allen and Meijun Qian), Journal of Financial Intermediation, July 2019, Vol.39, pp. 19-33.
“Institutional Trading and Abel Noser Data,” (with Gang Hu, Koren M. Jo, and Yi Alex Wang), Journal of Corporate Finance, October 2018, Vol.52, pp.143-167.