Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies

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Edited By: Hee-Joon Ahn, Kee H. Chung and Bong-Soo Lee

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 68/89 (Business Finance)

Online ISSN: 2041-6156

Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies' best paper prize winners


The Korean Securities Association is pleased to provide free access to the winning articles of the Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies Best Paper Prize.

2012
First prize was awarded to Asymmetric price distribution and bid-ask quotes in the stock options market by Kalok Chan and Y. Peter Chung.
Second prize was awarded to Corporate governance, legal system, and stock market liquidity: Evidence around the world by Kee H. Chung, Joon-Seok Kim, Kwangwoo Park and Taeyoon Sung.

2011
First prize was awarded to Is Chief Executive Officer Power Bad? by E. Han Kim and Yao Lu.
Second prize was awarded to Investor Perceptions of Earnings Processes and Post-announcement Drifts by Bong-Soo Lee and Oliver M. Rui.

2010
First prize was awarded to Assessing Sovereign Debt Strategies Under Alternative Term Structure Models by Geon–Ho Choi, Myung–Jig Kim and Hangyong Lee.
Second prize was awarded to Information Uncertainty Risk and Seasonality in International Stock Markets by Dongcheol Kim.

2009
First prize was awarded to The Impact of Day-Trading on Volatility and Liquidity by Jay M. Chung, Hyuk Choe and Bong-Chan Kho.
Second prize was awarded to The Dynamics of Diversification Discount by Seoungpil Ahn.

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