Mark H. Liu, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Finance
437A Gatton College of Business & Economics
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY40506
Ph.D. in Finance, 2004
MS in Economics 1998
BS in International Economics 1994
International Finance (Fin 423), U of Kentucky, Spring 2008-2012
Corp. Investment and Financial Policy
(Fin 645, MBA course), U of
Kentucky, Spring 2007
Seminar in Financial Theory (Fin 700, Ph.D. course), U of Kentucky, Fall 2006-2010
Capital Investment and Financing Decisions (Fin 445), U of Kentucky, Spring 2005-2006
Financial Management (MF704, MBA/MSF course), Boston College, Spring 2004
Basic Finance (MF021), Boston College, Spring 2003
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (ECON 150A), Univ. of Western Ontario, Summer 1999
Associate Professor of Finance (with tenure), University of Kentucky, 2011 – present
Visiting Scholar, Boston College, Fall 2011
Assistant Professor of Finance, University of Kentucky, 2004 – 2011
“Do Investment Banks Listen to Their Own Analysts?” 2012 Journal of Banking and Finance 36, 1452-1463.
(with Brad Jordan, University of Kentucky, and Qun Wu, SUNY Oneonta)
(with Onur Bayar, UT San Antonio, and Thomas Chemmanur, Boston College)
“Does More Information in Stock Price Lead to Greater or Smaller Idiosyncratic Return Volatility?’’ 2011 Journal of Banking and Finance 35, 1563-1580.
(with Dong Lee, Korea University)
“Institutional Trading, Information Production, and the Choice between Spin-Offs, Carve-Outs, and Tracking Stock Issues,” 2011 Journal of Corporate Finance 17, 62-82.
(with Thomas Chemmanur, Boston College)
“Anti-takeover Provisions in Corporate Spin-offs,” 2010 Journal of Banking and Finance 34, 813-824.
(with Thomas Chemmanur, Boston College, Brad Jordan, University of Kentucky, and Qun Wu, SUNY Oneonta)
“Stock Splits as a Manipulation Tool: Evidence from Mergers and Acquisitions” , 2008 Financial Management 37, 695-712.
(with Shourun Guo, Duke Energy, and Weihong Song, University of Cincinnati)
(with Yingmei Cheng, Florida State University, and Jun Qian, Boston College)