Hoang H. Nguyen, Ph.D.
Department of Finance and Economics
Office: Business Center 419
- Ph.D., University of Central Florida
- M.S., University of Baltimore
- B.A., National Economics University of Vietnam
Professor Nguyen is a associate professor of finance in the Merrick School of Business. Dr. Nguyen was born in Vietnam and came to the U.S in 2001. After receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Central Florida in 2007, he began teaching at UB. His teaching interests include Corporate finance, International finance and Investments. His research focuses on Market anomalies, market momentum, stock split and institutional investors’ behavior. He also likes playing chess and swimming.
Market anomaly Momentum Stock split Institutional investors behavior
Corporate finance International finance Investments
Refereed Journal Articles
Ford, D. A., Nguyen, H. H., & Nguyen, T. V. (2012). Analyst Coverage and Market Reaction around Stock Split Announcements. Applied Financial Economics. 135-145.
Nguyen, H. H. MSB Accounting and Finance Research Seminar, "Market Reaction and Multiple Financial Restatements," MSB, (2016).
Nguyen, H. H. British Accounting and Finance Association 2016, "Market Reaction and Multiple Financial Restatements," British Accounting and Finance Association, Bath, UK. (2016).
Nguyen, H. H., & Morse, J. N. Southern Finance Association, "Day-of-the-week Trading Patterns of Individual and Institutional Investors," Southern Finance Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico. (2013).
Nguyen, H. H. Present at Campbell & Company, Inc., "Information content of stock split and momentum strategy," Campbell & Company, Inc., Campbell & Company, Inc., Baltimore, MD.. (2012).
Morse, J. N., & Nguyen, H. H. Southwest Finance Association Annual Meeting, "Day-of-the-week Trading Patterns of Individual and Institutional Investors," Southwest Finance Association, Albuquerque, NM. (2012).
Research in Progress
"Market Reaction and Multiple Financial Restatements"
This paper examines the market reaction and information asymmetry to the companies with only one restatement and the companies with multiple financial restatements.