Professor Shuxing Yin
BSc, MSc, PhD
Head of Accounting & Financial Management
Professor of Finance
+44 114 222 3344
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Sheffield University Management School
Shuxing holds a BSc in Finance from Sichuan University (China), an MSc in International Securities and Investment Banking from ICMA centre University of Reading, and a PhD from the University of Manchester.
Before joining Sheffield University Management School in 2009, she worked as Senior Lecturer in Finance at University of Hertfordshire.
Her previous work experience also includes employment in the Investment Banking Division at Western Securities in China.
- Research interests
Shuxing's research interests are in corporate finance and corporate governance. She is also interested in interdisciplinary research exploring human factors in the financial decision-making process.
She has published in academic journals of international excellence, including Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Futures Market, Journal of International Money and Finance, and Human Resource Management (US).
She is an Associate Editor for the European Journal of Finance and an External Examiner for Undergraduate Programmes at Imperial College, London.
- Crazy gamblers or cautious investors? Evidence from a peer‐to‐peer market in China. The Manchester School.
- Labour market outcomes of different institutional regimes: evidence from the OECD countries. Cambridge Journal of Economics.
- Seeking excess returns under a posted price mechanism: Evidence from a peer‐to‐peer lending market. The Manchester School. View this article in WRRO
- Price discovery and volatility spillover with price limits in Chinese A-shares market: A truncated GARCH approach. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 1-11. View this article in WRRO
- Frequencies of board meetings on various topics and corporate governance: evidence from China. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting. View this article in WRRO
- Age diversity, directors' personal values, and bank performance. International Review of Financial Analysis, 55, 60-79. View this article in WRRO
- Information leakage in family firms: Evidence from short selling around insider sales. Journal of Corporate Finance, 47, 72-87. View this article in WRRO
- Stock price reaction to profit warnings: the role of time-varying betas. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 1-27. View this article in WRRO
- Underwriters' allocation with and without discretionary power: Evidence from the Hong Kong IPO market. International Review of Financial Analysis, 49, 128-137. View this article in WRRO
- Foreign direct investment and employment rights in South-Eastern Europe. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 40(1), 141-163. View this article in WRRO
- Trading Activity in Options and Stock Around Price-Sensitive News Announcements. Journal of Futures Markets, 35(12), 1173-1194. View this article in WRRO
- Does the stock market reward innovation? European stock index reaction to negative news during the global financial crisis. Journal of International Money and Finance, 49, 470-491. View this article in WRRO
- Index revisions, systematic liquidity risk and the cost of equity capital. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 33, 283-298. View this article in WRRO
- Foreign direct investment from emerging markets to Africa: The HRM context. Human Resource Management, 53(1), 179-201. View this article in WRRO
- Derivative activities and Chinese banks' exposures to exchange rate and interest rate movements. European Journal of Finance. View this article in WRRO
- Stabilization and the aftermarket prices of initial public offerings. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 41(3), 417-439.
- The foreign exchange exposure of UK non-financial firms: A comparison of market-based methodologies. International Review of Financial Analysis, 29, 251-260.
- Systematic liquidity risk and stock price reaction to shocks. Accounting and Finance, 52(2), 467-493.
- Price, volume and spread effects associated with the expiry of lock-in agreements. Evidence from the Hong Kong IPO market. Pacific Basin Finance Journal, 18(5), 442-459.
- Systematic liquidity risk and asset pricing: Evidence from London Stock Exchange. International Journal of Banking, Accounting and Finance, 2(4), 387-403.
- Offering methods and issuer-oriented underpricing costs: Evidence from the Hong Kong IPO market. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 19(5), 937-949.
- Warrants in IPOs: Evidence from Hong Kong. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 16(5), 539-554.
- The long-term performance of Share-only IPOs and Unit IPOs: Evidence for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Journal of Multinational Financial Management, 18(3), 209-228.
Conference proceedings papers
- Trading Activity in Options and Stock Around Price-Sensitive News Announcements. Trading Activity in Options and Stock Around Price-Sensitive News Announcements
- The Long Term Performance of Share-only versus unit IPOs: Evidence from Hong Kong Stock Market. The Long Term Performance of Share-only versus unit IPOs: Evidence from Hong Kong Stock Market
- Warrants in Initial Public Offerings: Empirical Evidence. Warrants in Initial Public Offerings: Empirical Evidence
- Who benefits from the IPO Allocations?. Who benefits from the IPO Allocations?
- Board Meeting Frequencies on Various Topics and Corporate Governance: Evidence from China.
- The Hidden Information Content: Evidence from the Tone of Independent Director Reports.
- Price Limits Performance: Evidence from the AB-Shares on the Shanghai Stock Exchange and Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
- Derivative Activities and Chinese banks' Exposures to Exchange Rate and Interest Rate Movements.
- Does stock market reward innovations: Evidence from market reactions to major negative news during the 2007-2012 global financial crisis.
- Research group
Shuxing would welcome proposals from potential doctoral students wishing to work in the field of corporate finance, particularly focusing on internal and external governance mechanisms in emerging markets.
She would also be interested in supervising projects on initial public offerings and human capital.
Title: Peer-to-peer lending market in China: Pricing, risk management and regulation
- Awarding body: ESRC-NSFC Research Grant
- Date: 2018
- People involved: Mustafa Caglayan (Heriot-Watt University), Oleksandr Talavera (Swansea University) and Ling Xiong (Robert Gordon University)
- Amount: £322,732
Title: Independent directors in China
- Awarding body: British Academy
- Date: 2019
- People involved: Khelifa Mazouz (Cardiff University)
- Amount: £7,412
- Teaching interests
Shuxing has previously taught modules in Corporate Finance, Portfolio Management, Equity Asset Valuation and Financial Markets.
She has been teaching a variety of students, including undergraduates, postgraduates and full-time MBA students.
She is currently the module leader Corporate Finance at the postgraduate level.
- Professional activities
She has acted as referee for Abacus, British Accounting Review, British Journal of Management, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Economic Modelling, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, European Journal of Finance, European Management Review, Journal of Applied Accounting Research, Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Financial Stability, Journal of Futures Markets, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, Journal of World Business, Management and Organization Review, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance.