Ben

CHAROENWONG, Ben

Assistant Professor

FINANCE

(65) 6516 5316
bizbgc@nus.edu.sg
BIZ1 7-69
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Bio

Ben Charoenwong is an Assistant Professor in Finance at the National University of Singapore Business School.

His research includes studying the interaction of supply chain and financial leverage decisions, pricing the voting component of common stock, and the regulation of investment advisers.

Ben completed his PhD in Finance at....

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Selected Publications

Charoenwong, Ben and Guanhao Feng (2017), "Does higher-frequency data always help to predict longer-horizon volatility?", Journal of Risk, 19, 5, 55-75
Charoenwong, Ben, Doh, Hyunsoo and Wang, Yiyao (2018), "Debt Overhang and Asymmetric Information in the Secondary Market"

Selected Publications

1

Journals

1

Papers

Journal Articles

Charoenwong, Ben and Guanhao Feng (2017), "Does higher-frequency data always help to predict longer-horizon volatility?", Journal of Risk, 19, 5, 55-75

Working Papers

Charoenwong, Ben, Doh, Hyunsoo and Wang, Yiyao (2018), "Debt Overhang and Asymmetric Information in the Secondary Market"

Research / Teaching Areas

International Financial Management

Machine Learning And Artificial Intelligence With Financial Applications

Financial Regulation

Empirical Asset Pricing

Networks

Corporate Finance

Agency Conflicts

Societal Impact

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