Wing-Keung Wong focuses on Stochastic dominance, Econometrics, Financial economics, Statistics and Expected utility hypothesis. His research in Stochastic dominance intersects with topics in Prospect theory, Arbitrage, Mathematical economics, Capital asset pricing model and Risk-seeking. The Econometrics study combines topics in areas such as Mean variance, Contrast and Risk management.
The concepts of his Financial economics study are interwoven with issues in Seekers, Stock exchange and Stock market index, Stock market. Wing-Keung Wong works mostly in the field of Statistics, limiting it down to topics relating to Sharpe ratio and, in certain cases, Skewness. In his research, Efficient frontier, Portfolio optimization, Asset allocation, Post-modern portfolio theory and Dimension is intimately related to Mathematical optimization, which falls under the overarching field of Expected utility hypothesis.
His primary areas of study are Econometrics, Stochastic dominance, Financial economics, Stock market and Statistics. His Econometrics research integrates issues from Test, Statistical hypothesis testing, Random variable, Variance and Multivariate statistics. His Stochastic dominance research incorporates themes from Arbitrage, Risk-seeking, Investment and Diversification, Portfolio.
His Arbitrage research includes themes of Downside risk and Market efficiency. Wing-Keung Wong has included themes like Stock market index, China and Stock exchange in his Financial economics study. His study focuses on the intersection of Stock market and fields such as Cointegration with connections in the field of Granger causality.
His primary areas of investigation include Econometrics, Financial economics, Stochastic dominance, China and Monetary economics. His Econometrics research incorporates elements of Multivariate statistics, Diversification, Risk management and Space. Wing-Keung Wong combines subjects such as Index, Profitability index and Stock market with his study of Financial economics.
His study in Stochastic dominance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Risk aversion, Welfare, Investment and Portfolio. His research in China focuses on subjects like Emerging markets, which are connected to Nonlinear granger causality. Wing-Keung Wong interconnects Volatility, Spillover effect and Financial crisis in the investigation of issues within Monetary economics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Econometrics, Financial economics, Stochastic dominance, Risk management and China. Wing-Keung Wong works on Econometrics which deals in particular with Cointegration. His work on Technical analysis as part of general Financial economics study is frequently linked to Cognate, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Arbitrage, January effect, Risk aversion, Investment and Issuer in addition to Stochastic dominance. His Risk management research focuses on Variance and how it relates to Actuarial science, Covariance, Selection and CVAR. His China research focuses on subjects like Stock market, which are linked to Market return, Mainland China and Financial integration.
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How rewarding is technical analysis? Evidence from Singapore stock market
Wing Keung Wong;Meher Manzur;Boon-Kiat Chew.
Applied Financial Economics (2003)
Stochastic Dominance and Applications to Finance, Risk and Economics
Sompong Dhompongsa;Wing-Keung Wong;Hung Nguyen;Songsak Sriboonchitta.
International momentum strategies: a stochastic dominance approach
Wai Mun Fong;Wing Keung Wong;Hooi Hooi Lean.
Journal of Financial Markets (2005)
ENHANCEMENT OF THE APPLICABILITY OF MARKOWITZ'S PORTFOLIO OPTIMIZATION BY UTILIZING RANDOM MATRIX THEORY
Zhidong Bai;Huixia Liu;Wing-Keung Wong.
Mathematical Finance (2009)
Stochastic Dominance and Mean-Variance Measures of Profit and Loss for Business Planning and Investment
European Journal of Operational Research (2007)
The Relationship Between Stock Markets Of Major Developed Countries And Asian Emerging Markets
Wing-Keung Wong;Jack H. W. Penm;Richard Deane Terrell;Karen Yann Ching Lim.
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Decision Sciences (2004)
Financial Integration for India Stock Market, a Fractional Cointegration Approach
Wing-Keung Wong;Aman Agarwal;Jun Du.
Research Papers in Economics (2005)
Preferences over location-scale family
Wing-Keung Wong;Chenghu Ma.
Economic Theory (2008)
A note on convex stochastic dominance
Wing Keung Wong;Chi Kwong Li.
Economics Letters (1999)
Time Series Models in Non-Normal Situations: Symmetric Innovations
M. L. Tiku;Wing-Keung Wong;David C. Vaughan;Guorui Bian.
Journal of Time Series Analysis (2000)
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