PhD, Finance, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University (2014)
Office: SSC 4417
Phone: 519-661-2111 x82632
Jun Wang (Ph.D., FRM) is an assistant professor in the DAN Department of Management and Organizational Studies at the University of Western Ontario since 2014. Her research focuses on corporate governance, financial institutions, banking, risk management and securities litigation. Professor Wang was recently awarded a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight Development Grant to investigate the importance of the dual holding by institutional investors.
Corporate Finance, Financial Management, Investments
Corporate Governance, Financial Institutions, Creditor Control Rights, Securities Litigation, Risk Management
Switzer, L., Tu, Q., Wang, J., Corporate Governance and Default Risk in Financial Firms over the Post Financial Crisis Period: International Evidence, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, forthcoming.
Switzer, L., Wang, J., An Event Based Approach for Quantifying the Effects of Securities Fraud in the IT Industry, Information Systems Frontiers, 2017, Vol. 19(3), 457-467.
Pukthuanthong, K., Turtle, H., Walker, T., Wang, J., Litigation Risk and Institutional Monitoring, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2017, Vol. 45, 342-359.
Switzer, L., Wang, J., Institutional Investment Horizon, the Information Environment and Firm Credit Risk, Journal of Financial Stability, 2017, Vol. 29, 57-71.
Cleary, W.S., Wang, J., Institutional Investors, Monitoring, and Corporate Finance Policies, International Journal of Managerial Finance, 2017, Vol. 13(2), 186-212.
Switzer, L., Wang, J. Lee, S., Extreme Risk and Small Investor Behavior in Developed Markets, Journal of Asset Management, 2017, March, 1-19.
Switzer, L.N., Wang, J., Zhang, Y., Effect of Corporate Governance on Default Risk in Financial vs. Non-Financial Firms: Canadian Evidence, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, November 2016, 1-16.
Switzer, L.N., Wang, J., Market Manipulation and Insider Trading in Canada: A Case Study of Exceptional Convictions, Corporate Securities and Finance Law Report, 2016, Vol. 21(4), 69-82.