Roger Huang


Martin J. Gillen Dean and Kenneth R. Meyer Professor of Global Investment Management

Roger  Huang

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Endowed Position

Martin J. Gillen Dean and Kenneth R. Meyer Professor of Global Investment Management

Biography

Dr. Roger D. Huang is the Martin J. Gillen Dean for the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame and the Kenneth R. Meyer Professor of Global Investment Management. He holds a B.S. in Industrial Management from Purdue, as well as master and doctorate degrees in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Huang teaches global finance in the Executive MBA program and multinational financial management in the MBA program. His areas of research expertise are international financial management and financial market microstructure.

Dr. Huang joined the Notre Dame faculty in 2000 after previously teaching and conducting research at Vanderbilt University, the University of Florida, MIT and Purdue University. He was voted the best teacher in the Executive MBA program four times, as well as the best teacher in the MBA program; he also has received the Teaching Excellence Award on three occasions.

He has written extensively on the subjects of world financial markets and trading. Dr. Huang previously served on the board of Bon Secours Health System, Inc., as well as the Nasdaq Review Council, and has received numerous fellowships and grants.

Areas of Expertise

International Financial Management

Financial Market Microstructure

Education

Ph D, University of Pennsylvania

MA, University of Pennsylvania

BS, Purdue University

Publications

"Local Effects of Foreign Ownership in an Emerging Financial Market: Evidence from Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors in Taiwan", (with Cheng-Yi Shiu), Financial Management, 2009.

"Does the Market Dole Out Collective Punishment? An Empirical Analysis of Industry, Geography, and Arthur Andersen’s Reputation", (with Hang Li), Journal of Banking and Finance, 33, 2009.

"A Functional Approach to the Price Impact of Stock Trades and the Implied True Price", (with Christopher Ting), Journal of Empirical Finance, 15, 2008.

"The Supply and Demand of Immediacy: Evidence from the NYSE", (with Hans Stoll), Oxford University Press, 2005.

"Trading Activity and Stock Price Volatility: Evidence from the London Stock Exchange", (with Ronald Masulis), Journal of Empirical Finance, 10, 2003.

"Information-Based Trading in Dealer and Auction Markets: An Analysis of Exchange Listings", (with Hans Heidle), Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 37, 2002.

"Information-Based Trading in Treasury Note Interdealer Broker Market", (with Jun Cai, Xiaozu Wang), Journal of Financial Intermediation, 11, 2002.

"The Quality of ECN and Nasdaq Market Maker Quotes", Journal of Finance, 57, 2002.

"The Impact of the Federal Reserve Bank's Open Market Operations", (with Campbell Harvey), Journal of Financial Markets, 5, 2002.

"Tick Size, Bid-Ask Spreads and Market Structure", (with Hans Stoll), Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 36, 2001.

"Exchange Rates and Firm's Liquidity: Evidence From ADRs", (with Hans Stoll), Journal of International Money and Finance, 20, 2001.

"Do Market Makers Suffer from Splitting Headaches?", (with H. Weingartner), Journal of Financial Services Research, 17, 2000.

Presentations

Florida International University Finance Seminar, "Liquidity, Investability, and Realized Foreign Investment in Emerging Markets" (February 26, 2010).

China University of Technology, "Aftermath of the 2007 Global Crisis: Déjà Vu or Jamais Vu?" (January 8, 2010).

National Central University, "Liquidity, Investability, and Realized Foreign Investment in Emerging Markets" (January 8, 2010).

Yuan Ze Finance Seminar, "Liquidity, Investability, and Realized Foreign Investment in Emerging Markets" (January 7, 2010).

Yuan Ze University, "Aftermath of the 2007 Global Crisis: Déjà Vu or Jamais Vu?" (January 5, 2010).

Accounting and Finance Conference, "Does the Market Dole Out Collective Punishment? An Empirical Analysis of Industry, Geography, and Arthur Andersen's Reputation" (July 9, 2008).

AMF/SEC Conference, "Liquidity, Investability, and Realized Foreign Investment in Emerging Markets" (May 14, 2007).

Conference on Business Ethics, "Fairness and the Renminbi-Dollar Exchange Rate: A Joint Market and Ethical Framework and Some Recommendations" (September 22, 2006).

Pennsylvania State University Finance Seminar, "Overseas Monitors in Emerging Financial Markets: Evidence from Foreign Ownership in Taiwan" (September 26, 2005).

Indiana University Finance Seminar, "Overseas Monitors in Emerging Financial Markets: Evidence from Foreign Ownership in Taiwan" (September 23, 2005).

Western Finance Association Conference, "Overseas Monitors and Emerging Financial Markets: An Analysis of Foreign Investment Flows and Equity Ownership in Taiwan" (June 20, 2005).

Financial Markets Research Center Conference, "Overseas Monitors and Emerging Financial Markets: An Analysis of Foreign Investment Flows and Equity Ownership in Taiwan" (May 19, 2005).

University of Notre Dame Finance Seminar, "Overseas Monitors and the Home Bias: An Analysis of Foreign Investment Flows and Equity Ownership in Taiwan" ( 2004).

Conference on the Theories and Practices of Securities and Financial Market, "Overseas Monitors and the Home Bias: An Analysis of Foreign Investment Flows and Equity Ownership in Taiwan" (December 17, 2004).

Michigan State University Finance Seminar, "Overseas Monitors and the Home Bias: An Analysis of Foreign Investment Flows and Equity Ownership in Taiwan" (October 22, 2004).

Western Finance Association Conference, "Do Individual NYSE Specialists Subsidize Illiquid Stocks?" (June 26, 2004).

Third Wuhan International Conference on E-Business: Global Business Interface, "Reflections on a Globalized Market" (June 4, 2004).

Zhongnan University of Economics & Law Finance Seminar, "Universal Financial Principles" (June 4, 2004).

Financial Markets Research Center Conference, "Do Individual NYSE Specialists Subsidize Illiquid Stocks?" (April 22, 2004).

New York Stock Exchange Finance Seminar, "Do Individual NYSE Specialists Subsidize Illiquid Stocks?" (March 5, 2004).

University of Notre Dame Finance Seminar, "Do Individual NYSE Specialists Subsidize Illiquid Stocks?" (December 10, 2003).

Southern Methodist University Finance Seminar, "Selective disclosure and opportunistic trading: An analysis of discretionary earnings announcements" (April 19, 2002).

Vanderbilt University Finance Seminar, "Selective disclosure and opportunistic trading: An analysis of discretionary earnings announcements" (February 6, 2002).

University of Notre Dame Finance Seminar, "Selective disclosure and opportunistic trading: An analysis of discretionary earnings announcements" (December 19, 2001).

City University of Hong Kong Finance Seminar, "The Quality of ECN and Nasdaq Market Maker Quotes" (August 7, 2001).

University of Georgia Finance Seminar, "Price Discovery by ECNs and Nasdaq Market Makers" (December 1, 2000).

Commodities Futures Trading Commission Finance Seminar, "Price Discovery by ECNs and Nasdaq Market Makers" (November 15, 2000).

Michigan State University Finance Seminar, "Price Discovery by ECNs and Nasdaq Market Makers" (November 10, 2000).

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Financial Markets 2000: E-Finance, "Tick Size, Bid-Ask Spreads and Market Structure" (October 15, 2000).

University of Notre Dame Finance Seminar, "Inventory Risk-Sharing and Public Information-Base" (August 30, 2000).

Western Finance Association Conference, "Price Discovery by ECNS and Nasdaq Market Makers" (June 26, 2000).