Ming Dong

Ming Dong’s main research areas include corporate finance and behavioral finance. He has published work in mergers and acquisitions, corporate culture, innovation, and social finance in top journals including Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Financial Economics, and Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. He has also worked in dividend policy, security issuance, stock valuation modeling and option pricing. His recent interests include Effects of workplace sexual harassment on firm value; index-level return predictability and portfolio optimization; short-run and long-run stock performance of merger firms; effects of stock market misvaluation on corporate investments, takeovers, and innovation; corporate culture and stock returns; effects of social connectedness on fund manager trading; investor biases and crypto trading; fraud and fund manager performance; managerial overconfidence and corporate frauds; loss aversion and earnings guidance.