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Nan Xiong
Assistant Professor of Finance
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Nan Xiong is an assistant professor in finance at Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF), Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
 
Professor Xiong's research and teaching interests cover dynamic and empirical corporate finance, private firms, and portfolio theory.
 
Professor Xiong received his PhD from Carnegie Mellon University in 2016, and his bachelor degree from Fudan University in 2010.

Research Interests
Corporate finance; Private firms; Merger and acquisitions; Structural estimation; Investment

Journal Publications & Working Papers
1. Golubov, Andrey and Nan Xiong, Why Do Private Acquirers Outperform Public Acquirers?.
2. Sacchetto,Stefano and Nan Xiong, How Costly are External Financing and Agency for Private Firms?.
3. Liang, Pierre Jinghong,Wenjie Xue and Nan Xiong, On The Information Content of Aggregate Earnings: A Quantitative Theory.
4. Wang, Xiaoqiao, Ning Zhang and Nan Xiong, Cost Stickiness: New Evidence from Private Firms.
5. Dimopoulos,Theodosios, Stefano Sacchetto and Nan Xiong, A Structural Investigation of IPOs.

Teaching Interests
Corporate Finance

Current Courses

Term Program Course Total Hours
2017Spring MF Corporate Finance 36
Faculty & Research
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