• Professor
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An, Jiyoun

Contact Information

• Office: Room 317, International Studies Building
• Phone: 031-201-3884
• E-mail: ja256@khu.ac.kr

Areas of Expertise

Research Interests
• Financial Economics, International Finance, Chinese Financial Markets, Natural Disasters and Climate Changes, Emerging and Developing Markets

Courses Taught
• Introduction to Economics II, Mathematics for Economics and Business, Statistics for Social Science, Macroeconomics, Global Data Analysis for Economics and Business I, Econometrics (Graduate)

Education

• Ph.D. in Economics, Cornell University, Aug. 2010
• Visiting Ph.D. student in Finance, University of Pennsylvania, Jul. 2009 – Ma. 2010
• M.A. in Economics, Cornell University, Jan. 2009
• M.A. in Urban Planning and Engineering, Yonsei University, Feb. 2001
• B.A. in Urban Planning and Engineering, Yonsei University, Feb. 1999

Professional Experience

• Visiting Fellow, RSFAS, Australian National University, Australia, Mar. 2019, Nov. 2019
• Vice Dean, College of International Studies, Kyung Hee University, Rep. of Korea, Mar. 2017 – Feb. 2019
• Chair, Dept. of International Studies, Kyung Hee University, Rep. of Korea, Jan.. 2017 – Feb. 2017
• Assistant Professor, Dept. of International Studies, Kyung Hee University, Rep. of Korea, Mar. 2013 - Feb.2017
• Research Fellow, Team of International Finance, Dept. of International Economics, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP), Rep. of Korea, Aug. 2010 - Feb. 2013)

Selected Publications

• Decomposing the Value Premium: the Role of Intangible Information in the Chinese Stock Market, 2020, Emerging Markets Review, Forthcoming.
• Size Matters: Evidence from the Chinese Stock Market, a chapter at ¡°China¡¯s Rise and Internationalization¡± World Scientific, 2020.
• What Drives Growing Currency Co-movements with the Renminbi?, 2020, East Asian Economic Review, Vol. 24(1): 31-59.
• What Drives the Liquidity Premium in the Chinese Stock Market, 2019, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, Forthcoming.
• Natural Disasters and International Financial Accessibility in Developing Countries, 2019, Asian Economic Papers, Vol. 18(1): 245-261.