Accounting, Financial economics, Finance, China and Corporate governance are his primary areas of study. His research in Accounting intersects with topics in Citation analysis and Order. The various areas that Kam C. Chan examines in his Financial economics study include Stock exchange, Cointegration and Stock market bubble.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Stock market index, Econometrics and Market capitalization in addition to Stock market bubble. His study looks at the intersection of Finance and topics like Monetary economics with Receipt and Common stock. He combines subjects such as Earnings management, Endogeneity, Audit evidence, Enterprise value and Business economics with his study of Corporate governance.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Finance, China, Accounting, Financial economics and Monetary economics. His Finance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Productivity, Enforcement, Quality and Publishing. His China research includes elements of Government, Emerging markets and Market economy.
His work in the fields of Audit, Accounting research and Earnings management overlaps with other areas such as Sample. Financial economics is closely attributed to Econometrics in his research. His studies deal with areas such as Index and Stock exchange as well as Futures contract.
His primary areas of investigation include China, Monetary economics, Initial public offering, Finance and Government. The China study combines topics in areas such as Emerging markets, Financial system, Corporate innovation and Market economy. He has included themes like Capital, Cash, Cash holdings, Agency and Agency cost in his Monetary economics study.
His Initial public offering research incorporates elements of Information asymmetry, Famine and Listing. Kam C. Chan mostly deals with Trade credit in his studies of Finance. His studies in Corporate governance integrate themes in fields like Accounting, Diversification and Investment.
His main research concerns China, Monetary economics, Sample, Accounting and Emerging markets. His China study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Enforcement, Welfare economics, Finance and Market economy. His work on Trade credit as part of general Finance study is frequently linked to Transitional economies, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His biological study focuses on Earnings management. His work deals with themes such as Law, Subsidy, Stock price and Investment, which intersect with Emerging markets. His work in Corporate innovation addresses subjects such as Financial economics, which are connected to disciplines such as Shareholder.
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An Empirical Comparison of Alternative Models of the Short‐Term Interest Rate
K. C. Chan;G. Andrew Karolyi;Francis A. Longstaff;Anthony B. Sanders.
Journal of Finance (1992)
Risk and Return on Real Estate: Evidence from Equity REITs
K.C. Chan;Patric Hendershott;Anthony Sanders.
Research Papers in Economics (1990)
Intellectual Foundations of Current Research in Family Business: An Identification and Review of 25 Influential Articles
James J. Chrisman;Franz W. Kellermanns;Kam C. Chan;Kartono Liano.
Family Business Review (2010)
International Stock Market Efficiency and Integration: A Study of Eighteen Nations
Kam C. Chan;Benton E. Gup;Ming-Shiun Pan.
Journal of Business Finance & Accounting (1997)
An Empirical Analysis of Stock Prices in Major Asian Markets and the United States
Kam C. Chan;Benton E. Gup;Ming-Shiun Pan.
The Financial Review (1992)
Audit Committee and Firm Value: Evidence on Outside Top Executives as Expert-Independent Directors
Kam C. Chan;Joanne Li.
Corporate Governance: An International Review (2008)
Excess Perks and Stock Price Crash Risk: Evidence from China
Nianhang Xu;Xiaorong Li;Qingbo Yuan;Kam C. Chan.
Journal of Corporate Finance (2014)
Earnings Management of Firms Reporting Material Internal Control Weaknesses under Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Kam C. Chan;Barbara Farrell;Picheng Lee.
Ear and Hearing (2008)
Political uncertainty and cash holdings: Evidence from China
Nianhang Xu;Qinyuan Chen;Yan Xu;Kam C. Chan.
Journal of Corporate Finance (2016)
Credit ratings and IPO pricing
Heng (Hunter) An;Kam C. Chan.
Journal of Corporate Finance (2008)
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