Dr. Xuejing Xing

Associate Professor, Finance Department


Dr. Xuejing Xing's Curriculum Vitae


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

Classes Taught

Selected Publications

  • Xuejing Xing, Randy I. Anderson, and Yan Hu, 2016. What’s a name worth? The impact of a likable stock ticker symbol on firm value. Journal of Financial Markets, forthcoming.
  • Xuejing Xing, John S. Howe, Randy I. Anderson, and Shan Yan, 2016. Labor rights, venture capital, and firm performance. Financial Management, forthcoming.
  • 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, Wafa Orman, and Ivey MacKenzie, 2014. Consequences of deviating from predicted CEO labor market compensation on long-term firm value. Journal of Business Research 68, 299–305.
  • 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 I. Anderson, John D. 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 I. 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. Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance 48, 641–651.
  • Kelly Cai, Yong H. Kim, and Xuejing Xing, 2008. Do IPO firms have lower risk? Evidence from IPO performance in different states of the world. Advances in Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management, Volume 3.
  • John D. Stowe and Xuejing Xing, 2006. Can growth opportunities explain the diversification discount? Journal of Corporate Finance 12, 783–796.
  • 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.