Chuang, Hongwei

FacultyGraduate School of International Management
PositionAssociate Professor
Last Updated: Jan. 20, 2020 at 21:30

Researcher Profile & Settings

Name

    Chuang, Hongwei

Affiliation

  • Graduate School of International Management Associate Professor

Association Memberships

    European Finance Association, American Economic Association

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Apr. 2017Mar. 2019Visiting Researcher, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
  • Apr. 2014Mar. 2019Associate Professor, Graduate School of Economics and Management, Tohoku University

Research Activities

Research Interests

    Finance, Health Economics

Published Papers

  • The impacts of institutional ownership on stock returns
    Chuang, Hongwei
    Empirical Economics Jun. 2018 [Refereed]
  • How international financial flows affect stock markets?
    Chuang, Hongwei (with Navruzbek Karamatov)
    Applied Economics Letters 25 1535-1546 Jan. 2018 [Refereed]
  • End-of-life medical spending in last twelve months of life is lower than previously
    Chuang, Hongwei (with E. French and E. Kelly among others)
    Health Affairs 36(7) 1201-1210 Jan. 2017 [Refereed]
  • Recent trends in Taiwanese medical spending
    Chuang, Hongwei (with Stacey H. Chen)
    Fiscal Studies 37 653-688 Nov. 2016 [Refereed]
  • Brokers' financial network and stock return
    Chuang, Hongwei
    The North American Journal of Economics and Finance 36 172-183 Apr. 2016 [Refereed]
  • Volatility persistence in stock market
    Chuang, Hongwei
    Economics Letters 133 64-67 Aug. 2015 [Refereed]
  • Implied price risk and momentum strategy
    Chuang, Hongwei (with Hwai-Chung Ho)
    Review of Finance 18 591-622 Apr. 2014 [Refereed]
  • Measuring the default risk of sovereign debt from the perspective of network
    Chuang, Hongwei (with Hwai-Chung Ho)
    Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 392 2235-2239 May 2013 [Refereed]

Books etc

  • Alternative methods for determining option bounds: A review and comparison
    Chuang, Hongwei (with Cheng-Few Lee, Zhaodong Zhong, and Tzu Tai)
    Joint Work
    Handbook of Financial Econometrics, Mathematics, Statistics, and Machine Learning Ch. 24
    World Scientific  Feb. 2020
  • Application of the characteristic function in financial research
    Chuang, Hongwei (with Ying-Lin Hsu and Cheng-Few Lee)
    Joint Work
    Handbook of Quantitative Finance and Risk Management Ch. 38
    Springer  2010

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Physicians treating physicians: The relational advantage in treatment choice
    Chuang, Hongwei (with Stacey H. Chen and Tzu-Hsin Lin)
    2020 ASSA in San Diego Jan. 2020
    招待有り

Awards & Honors

  • Oct. 2018 Touhoku Kaihatsu Memorial Foundation International Research Award

Research Grants & Projects

  • Population Aging, End-of-Life Medical Cost and Health Insurance Coverage Scheme
    JSPS Kakenhi [19K01670 JP]:Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
    Investigator(s):Stacey H. Chen
  • Systemic Risk in Financial Markets
    JSPS Kakenhi [17K13759 JP]:Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)
    Investigator(s):Chuang, Hongwei
  • Systemic Analysis in Stock Market Investment
    Nomura Foundation Research Grant
    Investigator(s):Chuang, Hongwei
  • Time Series Residual Momentum and Momentum Crash
    ISHII Memorial Securities Research Promotion Foundation Research Grant
    Investigator(s):Chuang, Hongwei

Others

  • Jan. 2020   Momentum has its own values (WP, submitted)
    Value and momentum investing strategies have been successfully implemented in finance, but conflicts between them have become the most puzzling anomaly in portfolio management. As a modern portfolio theory suggested that any investing strategy should not be assessed in isolation and this paper proposes an alternative investing method to form a momentum portfolio while considering its fundamental value at the same time. I find more high value-adjusted momentum portfolios have more substantial growth. The portfolio and regression tests also show that the proposed method can not only mitigate the impact of unexpected financial shocks but also inherit the downside risk, especially the market is during a turbulent time.
  • Jan. 2020   How much does nominal share price matter? (WP, submitted)
    While splitting a stock can allow firm managers to keep the nominal share price remaining a constant level and attracting more investors, however, it also increases the likelihood of speculated trading by those who have limited budgets and risk share capacity. This paper shows stocks with immediate nominal share price levels contain more price momentum and utilize less systemic risk. Explicitly controlling for stock splits, we find remaining a constant nominal share price level will cause information diffusing more slowly and leading to higher price momentum.


Copyright (c) MEDIA FUSION Co.,Ltd. All rights reserved.