Xuejing Xing, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Finance, Business Administration

Biography

  • Associate Professor of Finance, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL, 2007-present
  • Assistant Professor of Finance, University of Missouri-Rolla, Rolla, MO, 2003-2007

Education

  • Ph.D., Finance, University of Missouri-Columbia, 2003

Classes Taught


Publications

  • Clint Chadwick, James Guthrie, and Xuejing Xing, 2015. The HR executive effect on firm performance and survival. Strategic Management Journal, forthcoming.
  • Eric Fong, Xuejing Xing, Ivey MacKenzie, and Wafa Orman, 2014. Relative CEO pay and firm value. Journal of Business Research, forthcoming.
  • Xuejing Xing and Randy Anderson, 2011, Stock price synchronicity and public firm-specific information, Journal of Financial Markets 14, 259–276.
  • Gregory Gelles, John S. Howe, and Xuejing Xing, 2011, Does it pay to disclose managerial earnings information early? Journal of Financial Research 34, 365–386.
  • John D. Stowe and Xuejing Xing, 2011, R2: Does it matter for firm valuation? The Financial Review 46, 233–250.
  • Randy Anderson, John Stowe, and Xuejing Xing, 2011, Does corporate diversification reduce firm risk? Evidence from diversifying acquisitions, Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies 14, 485–504.
  • Randy Anderson, Glenn Mueller, and Xuejing Xing, 2010, International real estate portfolio construction: Conditional and unconditional methods, Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management 16, 1–8.
  • Xuejing Xing, 2008, Do demand curves for stocks slope down? Evidence from aggregate data, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance 48, 641–651.
  • John Stowe and Xuejing Xing, 2006, Can growth opportunities explain the diversification discount? Journal of Corporate Finance 12, 783–796. (Abstracted in the CFA Digest, 2006, Vol. 36, 39–40)
  • Xuejing Xing, 2004, A note on the time-series relationship between market industry concentration and market volatility, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money 14, 105–115.
  • Xuejing Xing, 2004, Why does stock market volatility differ across countries? Evidence from thirty-seven international markets, International Journal of Business 9, 83–102.
  • Xuejing Xing and John S. Howe, 2003, The empirical relationship between risk and return: Evidence from the UK stock market, International Review of Financial Analysis 12, 329–346. (Abstracted in the Journal of Economic Literature, December 2003)