Publications

Our finance researchers’ high-quality work has been published in a wide range of prestigious national and international journals.

Please note that the ranking behind each publication is based on the ABDC list. Our recent publications over the past 5 years averages around 90% in A*/A Journals which reflects the quality of work that RMIT Finance academics are undertaking.

Some Recent A* Publications over the past 5 years includes:

  • Xu, Y.,Xuan, Y.,Zheng, G. (2021). Internet searching and stock price crash risk: Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment In: Journal of Financial Economics
  • Chou, H.,Li, M.,Yin, X.,Zhao, J. (2021). (In Press) Overconfident Institutions and Their Self-Attribution Bias: Evidence from Earnings Announcements In: Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, , 1 - 33
  • Abdelsalam, O.,Chantziaras, A.,Batten, J.,Aysan, A. (2021). Major shareholders’ trust and market risk: Substituting weak institutions with trust In: Journal of Corporate Finance, 66, 1 - 1
  • Anolick, N.,Batten, J.,Kinateder, H.,Wagner, N. (2021). Time for gift giving: Abnormal share repurchase returns and uncertainty In: Journal of Corporate Finance, 66, 1 - 24
  • Batten, J.,Loncarski, I.,Szilagyi, P. (2021). Strategic insider trading in foreign exchange markets In: Journal of Corporate Finance, , 1 - 20
  • Batten, J.,Khaw, K.,Young, M. (2021). Convertible debt and asset substitution of multinational corporations In: Journal of Corporate Finance, 67, 1 - 20
  • Bissoondoyal-Bheenick, E.,Brooks, R.,Do, H.,Smyth, R. (2020). Exploiting the heteroskedasticity in measurement error to improve volatility predictions in oil and biofuel feedstock markets In: Energy Economics, 86, 1 - 18
  • Chiah, M.,Zhong, A. (2021). Tuesday Blues and the day-of-the-week effect in stock returns In: Journal of Banking and Finance, 133, 1 - 15
  • Chan, K.,Gray, P.,Gray, S.,Zhong, A. (2020). Political uncertainty, market anomalies and Presidential honeymoons In: Journal of Banking and Finance, 113, 1 – 11
  • Chiah, M.,Gharghori, P.,Zhong, A. (2020). (In Press) Has Idiosyncratic Volatility Increased? Not in Recent Times In: Critical Finance Review, , 1 – 57
  • Hu, X.,Shi, J.,Wang, L.,Yu, J. (2020). Foreign Ownership in Chinese Credit Ratings Industry: Information Revelation or Certification? In: Journal of Banking & Finance, 118, 1 - 22
  • Hu, X.,Huang, H.,Pan, Z.,Shi, J. (2019). Information Asymmetry and Credit Rating: A Quasi-natural Experiment from China In: Journal of Banking and Finance, 106, 1 – 21
  • Phan, D.,Tran, V.,Tee, C.,Nguyen, D. (2021). Oil price uncertainty, CSR and institutional quality: A cross-country evidence In: Energy Economics, 100, 1 – 14
  • Phan, D.,Tran, V.,Nguyen, D.,Le, N. (2020). The importance of managerial ability on crude oil price uncertainty-firm performance relationship In: Energy Economics, 88, 1 - 14
  • Duong, H.,Nguyen, J.,Nguyen, T.,Rhee, S. (2020). Navigating through economic policy uncertainty: The role of corporate cash holdings In: Journal of Corporate Finance, 62, 1 - 82

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Broad research specialisations covering economics and finance include microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, finance, capital markets and financial institutions, financial instruments, international finance, risk management, international monetary economics and industrial economics.

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Acknowledgement of country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business.