Johan

SULAEMAN, Johan

Associate Professor
Dean's Chair


FINANCE

Bio

Johan SULAEMAN is a Dean’s Chair and an Associate Professor in the Department of Finance at the NUS Business School. He is currently the Academic Director of the NUS MSc (Finance) Programme. He recently served as the Research Director of the Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI). He obtained his PhD in Finance from....

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Recognition & Awards

  • NUS Business School Teaching Excellence Award - 2018
  • Xia Yihong Best Paper Award, China International Conference in Finance - 2009

Educational Qualifications

  • PhD, Finance, University of Texas - Austin (McCombs), 2008
  • Master of Financial Engineering (MFE), University of California, Berkeley (Haas), 2002
  • B.S.E., Computer Engineering (Summa Cum Laude), University of Michigan, 1999

Academic Experience

  • Assistant Professor of Finance, National University of Singapore, 2015 - 2016
  • Assistant Professor of Finance, Southern Methodist University, 2008 - 2014

Selected Publications

Bernile G, Sulaeman, Johan and Wang, Q (2015), "Institutional trading during a wave of corporate scandals: "Perfect Payday"?", Journal of Corporate Finance, 34, 191-209
Sulaeman, Johan, Bernile G and Kumar A (2015), "Home away from Home: Geography of Information and Local Investors", Review of Financial Studies, 28, 7, 2009-2049
Sulaeman, Johan and Kelsey D. WEI (2018), "Sell-Side Analysts and Stock Mispricing: Evidence from Mutual Fund Flow-Driven Trading Pressure", Management Science, (forthcoming)
CHRISTOPHER A. PARSONS, Sulaeman, Johan and SHERIDAN TITMAN (2017), "The Geography of Financial Misconduct ", Journal of Finance, (forthcoming)
Sulaeman, Johan, Christopher A. Parsons and Sheridan Titman (2014), "Swimming Upstream: Struggling Firms in Corrupt Cities"

Selected Publications

6

Journals

4

Papers

Journal Articles

Bernile G, Sulaeman, Johan and Wang, Q (2015), "Institutional trading during a wave of corporate scandals: "Perfect Payday"?", Journal of Corporate Finance, 34, 191-209
Sulaeman, Johan, Bernile G and Kumar A (2015), "Home away from Home: Geography of Information and Local Investors", Review of Financial Studies, 28, 7, 2009-2049
Sulaeman, Johan (2014), "Do Local Investors Know More? Evidence from Mutual Fund Location and Investments", Quarterly Journal of Finance, 4(2), 1450010
Sulaeman, Johan, Tao Shu and P. Eric Yeung (2012), "Local Religious Beliefs and Mutual Fund Risk-Taking Behaviors", Management Science, 58, 10, 1779-1796
ALTI Aydogan and Sulaeman, Johan (2012), "When Do High Stock Returns Trigger Equity Issues?", Journal of Financial Economics, 103, 1, 61-87
Sulaeman, Johan, Christopher Parsons, Michael Yates and Daniel Hamermesh (2011), "Strike Three: Discrimination, Incentives and Evaluation", American Economic Review, 101, 4, 1410-1435

Working Papers

Sulaeman, Johan and Kelsey D. WEI (2018), "Sell-Side Analysts and Stock Mispricing: Evidence from Mutual Fund Flow-Driven Trading Pressure", Management Science, (forthcoming)
CHRISTOPHER A. PARSONS, Sulaeman, Johan and SHERIDAN TITMAN (2017), "The Geography of Financial Misconduct ", Journal of Finance, (forthcoming)
Sulaeman, Johan, Christopher A. Parsons and Sheridan Titman (2014), "Swimming Upstream: Struggling Firms in Corrupt Cities"
Sulaeman, Johan and Chishen Wei (2013), "Institutional Presence"

Research / Teaching Areas

Geographic / Local Effects On Economic Decisions And Outcomes

Role Or Institutional Investors In Corporate Decisions And Markets Outcomes

Mutual Funds And Other Institutional Investors

Equity Analysts

Discrimination In The Labor Market

Investments

Portfolio Management

Options And Futures

Empirical Asset Pricing

Corporate Finance

Societal Impact

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