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Dr. Adam Y.C. Lei

Fax
(940) 397 4693
Title
Bridwell Distinguished Professor of Finance
Department
Finance
Location
Dillard College of Business Administration
Room
219
Institution Degree Graduation Date
Louisiana State University PhD, Finance 2005
Louisiana State University MS, Finance 2004
National Chung Cheng University MBA, Finance 1997
National Cheng Kung University BBA, Industrial Management 1995
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Midwestern State University Professor of Finance 08/01/2017
Midwestern State University Bridwell Distinguished Professor of Finance 08/01/2014
Midwestern State University Associate Professor of Finance 08/01/2011 07/01/2017
Midwestern State University Assistant Professor of Finance 08/01/2005 07/01/2011

Refereed Articles 

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2021).  Using R Programming in a Financial Derivatives Course.  Journal of Economics and Finance Education, forthcoming.

Lei, A. Y., Li, H., & Yu, J. (2019).  Corporate Payouts in Dual Classes.  Managerial Finance, 45 (12), 1542-1562.

Gaharan, C. & Lei, A. Y. (2016).  Information Quality and Earnings Enhancement of the Bargain Purchase Gain.  Journal of Accounting and Finance, 16 (5), 105-110.

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2016).  Stock Acquisitions, Investor Recognition, and Announcement Returns.  Managerial Finance, 42 (6), 518-535 (lead article).

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2015).  Portfolio Performance Evaluation Benchmark: A Note.  Journal of Economics and Finance Education, 14 (1), 1-7 (lead article).

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2013).  Does It Pay to Realize Tax Losses at the Year-End?  Financial Services Review, 22 (3), 187-209 (lead article).

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2013).  Does Information Production Explain Bidder Liquidity after Takeovers?  Managerial Finance, 39 (10), 915-937.

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2012).  Using Bloomberg Terminals in a Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Course.  Journal of Economics and Finance Education, 11 (2), 17-33.

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2012).  Short-lived Information and Order Strategies: A Clinical Study.  Managerial Finance, 38 (2), 143-164.

Boulatov, A., Hatch, B. C., Johnson, S. A., & Lei, A. Y. (2009).  Dealer Attention, the Speed of Quote Adjustment to Information, and Net Dealer Revenue.  Journal of Banking and Finance, 33 (8), 1531-1542.

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2009).  The Value of Stop Loss Strategies.  Financial Services Review, 18 (1), 23-51.

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2007).  Automatic Investment Plans: Realized Returns and Shortfall Probabilities.  Financial Services Review, 16 (3), 183-195.

Presentation of Refereed Papers 

International

Lei, A. Y., Li, H., & Yu, J. (2019). Corporate Payouts in Dual Classes.   Southern Finance Association (SFA), Orlando, Florida.

Lei, A. Y. (2008). Arbitrage in Dual Classes: The Case of Berkshire Hathaway.   Southern Finance Association (SFA), Key West, Florida.

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2008). The Value of Stop Loss Strategies.   Southern Finance Association (SFA), Key West, Florida.

Lei, A. Y. (2008). Arbitrage in Dual Classes: The Case of Berkshire Hathaway.   Financial Management Association International (FMA), Grapevine, Texas.

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2008). The Value of Stop Loss Strategies.   Financial Management Association International (FMA), Grapevine, Texas.

Johnson, S. A., Lei, A. Y., Lin, J., & Sanger, G. C. (2007). The Composite Trading Volume Trend, Sentiment and Market Returns.   Southern Finance Association (SFA), Charleston, North Carolina.

Johnson, S. A., Lei, A. Y., Lin, J., & Sanger, G. C. (2006). Trading Volume Trend, Investor Sentiment, And Stock Returns.   Financial Management Association International (FMA), Salt Lake City, Utah.

Kayhan, A., Lei, A. Y., & Lin, J. (2006). Leverage, Accruals, And Cross-Sectional Stock Returns.   Financial Management Association International (FMA), Salt Lake City, Utah.

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2006). Trading Volume Shocks and Subsequent Stock Returns.   Southern Finance Association (SFA), Destin, Florida.

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2006). Trading Volume Shocks and Subsequent Stock Returns.   Financial Management Association International (FMA), Salt Lake City, Utah.

Lei, A. Y. (2003). Dividend Pricing: Tax Effects in the Face of Institutional Dominance.   Financial Management Association International (FMA), Denver, Colorado.

Lei, A. Y. (2002). Trading Volume-Conditioned Relationships between Past Return, Contemporaneous return, and Future Return.   Financial Management Association International (FMA), San Antonio, Texas.

National

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2016). Stock Acquisitions, Investor Recognition, and Announcement Returns.   Southwestern Finance Association (SWFA), Oklahoma City, Oklahoma .

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2013). Does It Pay to Realize Tax Losses at the Year-End?   Southwestern Finance Association (SWFA), Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2012). Using Bloomberg Terminals in a Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Course.   Southwestern Finance Association (SWFA), New Orleans, Louisiana.

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2011). Does Information Production Explain Bidder Liquidity after Takeovers?   Southwestern Finance Association (SWFA), Houston, Texas.

Lei, A. Y. & Li, H. (2010). Still in the Air: Who React to False Information?   Southwestern Finance Association (SWFA), Dallas, Texas.