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CHANG JOW-RAN

Jow-ran Chang is an assistant professor of Quantitative Finance at National Tsing Hua University. Professor Chang received a Ph.D. degree in Finance from National Taiwan University. His research focuses on international investment, asset pricing and financial engineering. His writings have been published in many academic journals including Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, and Applied Economics Letters.


CORNU PHILIPPE

Teaching assistant of Finance at the University of Geneva and Phd candidate at the University of Geneva. Holds a BA in Business Administration and MSc in Economics and Finance from the University of Geneva. Previously visiting scholar at California State University Northridge.


COUTTS J ANDREW

Currently a Senior Lecturer in Financial Management at Sheffield University Management School, his interests lie in the area of the econometrics of the single index model within the event study methodology, an area in which, he has published extensively in a variety of economics/econometrics and finance journals. A further research focus is that of security market anomalies and security market efficiency; an area in which he has published many articles. He previously had research interests in the sociology of the accounting profession, with specific reference to gender segregation. His co-authored work in this area, was awarded the both the 1992 and 1993 American Accounting Association's "Gender and Accounting" manuscript award. The author was previously a Research Assistant in Financial Markets at the University of Manchester, before securing a Lectureship in Accounting and Finance at the University of Leeds.