Fukuo Albert Wang

Associate Professor
Full-Time Faculty
School of Business Administration: Economics and Finance, Online MBA

Courses Taught

  • FIN 360 - Investments
  • FIN 470 - Fixed Income Securities
  • FIN 479 - Bond Portfolio Management
  • MBA 625 - Investments and Financial Markets
  • MBA 628 - Fixed Income Analysis

Degrees

  • University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, PhD
  • University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, MBA
  • National Taiwan University, BA

Research Interests

  • Market microstructure
  • Behavioral finance
  • Asset pricing
  • International finance

Selected Publications

  • Wang, F. A. (2010). Informed Arbitrage with Speculative Noise Trading. Journal of Banking and Finance, 34, 304-313.
  • Chen, C., Lung, P., Wang, F. A. (2009). Stock Market Mispricing: Money Illusion or Resale Option? Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 44, 1125-1147.
  • Chen, C., Lung, P., Wang, F. A. (2009). Mispricing and the Cross-Section of Stock Returns. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 32(4), 317-349.
  • Connolly, R., Wang, F. A. (2003). International Equity Market Comovements: Economic Fundamentals or Contagion? Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 11, 23-43.
  • Gustavo, G., Wang, F. A. (2001). Closed-End Fund Discounts with Informed Ownership Differential. Journal of Financial Intermediation, 10(2), 171-205.
  • Wang, F. A. (2001). Overconfidence, Investor Sentiment, and Evolution. Journal of Financial Intermediation, 10, 138-170.
  • Connolly, R., Wang, F. A. (1998). Economic News and Stock Market Linkages - the Evidence from the U.S., U.K., and Japan. In Proceedings of the Second Joint Central Bank Research Conference on Risk Management and Systemic Risk, 211-240.
  • Wang, F. A. (1998). Strategic Trading, Asymmetric Information and Heterogeneous Prior Beliefs. Journal of Financial Markets, 1(3-4), 321-352.
  • Kyle, A., Wang, F. A. (1997). Speculation Duopoly with Agreement to Disagree: Can Overconfidence Survive the Market Test? Journal of Finance, 52(5), 2073-2090.