|Xin Chang is an Assistant Professor at Nanyang Business School of Nanyang Technological University (NTU). He specializes in corporate Finance, especially capital structure, mergers and acquisitions, divestiture, and equity valuation. Before joining NTU in 2008, he had been teaching Corporate Finance to Undergraduates, Advanced Corporate Finance and Valuation to Masters/Honours, and Corporate Finance Theory to PhDs for fours years at University of Melbourne.
Xin was awarded Dean's award of Research Excellence in 2006 and Dean's certificate for Excellence in Teaching for 2007 at University of Melbourne. He earned a Ph.D in Finance in 2004 from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). His educational background also includes a Master of Philosophy in Money and Banking from the Graduate School of People's Bank of China and a Bachelor of Engineering in Management Information Systems from Tsinghua University of China.
- Stock Return Sensitivity to Investor Sentiment
- Xin Chang and Sudipto Dasgupta. (2011). The Value of Monte Carlo Simulations for Capital Structure Research. International Review of Finance, 11(1), 19-55.
- Xin Chang, Lewis Tam, Shi Hua Lin, and George Wong. (2010). The Cross-Sectional Determinants of Post-IPO Stock Performance: Evidence from China. Accounting and Finance - Journal of Accounting Association of Australia and New Zealand, 50(3), 581-603.
- Xin Chang, Howard Chan, Robert Faff, and George Wong. (2010). Financial Constraints and Stock Returns - Evidence From Australia. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 18(3), 306-318.
- Xin Chang, Gilles Hilary, Carmen Shih, and Lewis Tam. (2010). Conglomerate Structure and Capital Market Timing. Financial Management, (Winter), 1307-1338.
- Xin Chang and Sudipto Dasguta. (2009). Target Behavior and Financing: How Conclusive is the Evidence?. The Journal of Finance, 64(4), 1767-1796.