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In the past 3 months, seven professors from School of Management and Economics and Shenzhen Finance Institute, CUHK-Shenzhen, have got twelve journal articles accepted and forthcoming. They are Professors Xiong Wei, Wang Cong, Ye Lixin, Zhang Bohui, Zhang Jian, Liu Bin and Song Yangbo.

Academic Dean of School of Management and Economics, Academic Director of Shenzhen Finance Institute, Prof. Xiong Wei
“Risks in China's Financial System”, Song Zheng and Xiong Wei, Annual Review of Financial Economics, forthcoming.
“Daily Price Limits and Destructive Market Behavior”, Chen Ting, Guo Zhenyu, He Jibao and Jiang Wenxi and Xiong Wei, Journal of Econometrics, forthcoming.

Associate Director of Shenzhen Finance Institute, Prof. Wang Cong
“CEO Inside Debt and Accounting Conservatism”, Wang Cong, Xie Fei and Xin Xiangang, Contemporary Accounting Research, forthcoming.
“Employee-Manager Alliances and Shareholder Returns from Acquisitions”, Ronald Masulis, Wang Cong,  and Xie Fei, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, forthcoming.

Master of Harmonia College, Prof. Ye Lixin
“Efficient and Optimal Mechanisms with Radio Spectrum Sharing”, Zhang Chenglin, Ye Lixin, Christopher Baker, Joel Johnson and Wang Huaiyi, International Journal of Industrial Organization, forthcoming.

Executive Associate Dean, School of Management and Economics, Prof. Zhang Bohui
“Googling Investor Sentiment around the World”, Gao Zhenyu, Ren Haohan, and Zhang Bohui, Journal of Financial Quantitative and Analysis, forthcoming.
“Investor Protection and the Value Impact of Stock Liquidity”, Huang Tao, Wu Fei, Yu Jing, and Zhang Bohui, Journal of International Business Studies, forthcoming.
“Is Information Risk Priced? Evidence from Abnormal Idiosyncratic Volatility”, Yung Chiang Yang, Zhang Bohui, and Zhang Chu, Journal of Financial Economics, forthcoming.

Assistant Dean (Academic), School of Management and Economics, Associate Prof. Wang Jian
“Lottery-Related Anomalies: The Role of Reference-Dependent Preferences,” An Li, Wang Huijun, Wang Jian and Yu Jianfeng, Management Science, forthcoming.
“Mood Swings and Business Cycles: Evidence from Sign Restrictions”, Wang Jian and Deokwoo Nam, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, forthcoming.

Assistant Prof., Liu Bin
“Enhancing Effort Supply with Prize-Augmenting Entry Fees: Theory and Experiments”, Liu Bin, Robert G. Hammond, Lu Jingfeng, and Yohanes E. Riyanto, International Economic Review, forthcoming.

Assistant Prof., Song Yangbo
“Repeated Network Games with Dominant Actions and Individual Rationality”, Song Yangbo and Mihaela van der Schaar, IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering, forthcoming.