Dr. Roc Huang
Accounting & Economics
Rothwell Hall 416
106 West O Street
Russellville, AR 72801
Phone: (479) 968-0688
BS - Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ
MA - Western Michigan University
PHD - Western Michigan University
Recently Taught Courses
Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Charterholder
Dr. Peng (Roc) Huang is an Associate Professor of Finance and Economics at Arkansas
Tech University and is currently serving as the Director for the MBA program. He
has Ph.D. and master’s degrees in economics from Western Michigan University. Dr.
Huang is a CFA® (Chartered Financial Analyst) charterholder. Prior to joining Arkansas Tech University,
he worked at Ripon College in Ripon, WI, and the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse.
His primary research interests include asset pricing, risk-return relationships, monetary
economics, and applied time-series econometrics. His work has been published in various
peer reviewed journals such as Quantitative Finance, Financial Research Letters, Applied Financial Economics, and Journal of International Trade and Economic Development.
PUBLICATIONS IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS
Beyene, N., Huang, P., and Hueng, C. J. Forthcoming. Illiquidity Contagion and Pricing of Commonality Risk: Evidence from a Dynamic Conditional Correlation Model. Financial Research Letters.
Chen, S., Elkassabgi, A., Huang, P., and Wei, W., (2019). Influences of Macroeconomic Variables on Stock Market in China: An Empirical Analysis. Journal of International Finance and Economics, 19 (4), 81-93.
Elkassabgi, A., Huang, P., Idemudia, E., and Wei, W. (2019). The Influence of Fedspeak on Market Volatility. Journal of International Finance Studies, 19 (1), 17-22.
Chen, S., Huang, P., and Wei, W. (2018). The Impact of Monetary Policy on Housing Prices in China. Journal of International Finance and Economics, 18 (3), 65-76.
Huang, P. and Hess, T. (2018). Impact of Distance to School on Housing Price: Evidence from a Quantile Regression. The Empirical Economics Letters, 17 (2), 149-156.
Huang, P. and Reavis, M. (2017). Are Credit Unions Less Efficient than Commercial Banks? An Empirical Analysis of Operating Efficiency. Review of Business Research, 17 (3), 29-36.
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