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Bing Han
Professor of Finance, University of Toronto
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Bing Han is a Special-Term Professor of Finance at Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF), and Professor of Finance at Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.
 
His research focuses on Investments and Behavioral Finance. He has published in top finance, economics and management journals including Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Management Science, Review of Finance, as well as practitioner oriented journals including Journal of Investment Management, and Journal of Portfolio Management. His research has been presented at many international and national conferences, and featured in media such as New York Times, Smart Money, and Wall Street Journal.
 
Professor Han has received a variety of fellowships, grants and prizes for his outstanding work. He currently serves as the Editor or Associate Editor at Financial Management, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Journal of Empirical Finance, International Review of Finance, and Pacific-Basin Finance Journal. 
 
Professor Han holds a Ph.D. in Finance from Anderson Graduate School of Management, UCLA (2002) and a Ph.D. in Mathematics from University of Chicago (1997). 

Research Interests
Behavioral Finance

Journal Publications & Working Papers
1. Cao, Jie, Bing Han, and Q Wang, Forthcoming, Institutional Investment Constraints and Stock Prices, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
2. Han, Bing, Ya Tang, and Liyan Yang , Forthcoming, Disclosure and Endogenous Noise Trading: Implications for Market Liquidity and Efficiency, Journal of Economic Theory .
3. Han, Bing, and Yi Zhou, 2015, Understanding the Term Structure of Credit Default Swap Spreads, Journal of Empirical Finance.
4. Han, Bing, and Alok Kumar , 2013, Speculative Retail Trading and Asset Prices, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
5. Cao, Jie, and Bing Han, 2013, Cross-section of Option Returns and Idiosyncratic Stock Volatility, Journal of Financial Economics.
6. Han, Bing, and Liyan Yang, 2013, Social Networks, Information Acquisition, and Asset Prices, Management Science.
7. Fuller, Russell J., Bing Han, and Yining Tung, 2012, Estimating the Negative Impact of "Noise" on the Return of Cap-weighted Portfolios in Various Segments of the Equity Markets, Journal of Investment Management.
8. Cao, Henry H., Bing Han, David Hirshleifer, and Harold Zhang, 2011, Fear of the Unknown: Familiarity and Economic Decisions, Review of Finance.
9. Burnside, Craig, Bing Han, David Hirshleifer, and Tracy Wang, 2011, Investor Overconfidence and the Forward Discount Puzzle, Review of Economic Studies.
10. Cao, Henry H., Bing Han, and David Hirshleifer, 2011, Taking the Road Less Travelled: Does Conversation Eradicate Pernicious Cascades? , Journal of Economic Theory.
11. Fuller, Russell J., Bing Han, and Yining Tung, 2010, Thinking about Indexes, and “Passive” versus Active Management, Journal of Portfolio Management.
12. Han, Bing, David Hirshleifer, and John C. Persons, 2009, Promotion Tournaments and Capital Rationing, Review of Financial Studies.
13. Han, Bing, Dong Hong, and Mitch Warachka, 2009, Forecast Accuracy Uncertainty and Momentum, Management Science.
14. Han, Bing, 2008, Investor Sentiment and Option Prices, Review of Financial Studies.
15. Han, Bing, 2007, Stochastic Volatilities and Correlations of Bond Yields, Journal of Finance.
16. Han, Bing, Craig Merrill, and Francis Longstaff, 2007, The U.S. Treasury Buyback Auctions: The Cost of Retiring Illiquid Bonds, Journal of Finance.
17. Han, Bing, 2006, Insider Ownership and Firm Performance: Evidence from Real Estate Investment Trusts, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics.
18. Grinblatt, Mark, and Bing Han, 2005, Prospect Theory, Mental Accounting and Momentum, Journal of Financial Economics.
19. Bing Han with Yi Zhou, Variance Risk Premium and Cross-section of Stock Returns.
20. Bing Han with Yi Zhou, Term Structure of Credit Default Swap Spreads and Cross-section of Stock Returns.
21. Bing Han with Liyan Yang, Social Networks, Information Acquisition, and Asset Prices.
22. Bing Han with Qinghai Wang, Institutional Investment Constraints and Stock Prices.
23. Bing Han with David Hirshleifer, Self-Enhancing Transmission Bias and Active Investing.
24. Bing Han with Yi-Tsung Lee and Jane Liu, Investor Trading Behavior and Returns: Evidence from Taiwan Stock Index Options.
25. Bing Han with Jie Cao, Idiosyncratic Risk, Costly Arbitrage, and Cross-section of Stock Returns.
26. Bing Han with Yi Zhou, How Useful are Structure Models of Credit Risk? New Evidence from the Term Structure of Credit Default Swap Spreads.

Teaching Interests
Investments

Current Courses

Term Program Course Total Hours
2016Spring MBA Investments 24
2017Spring MBA Investments 24
Faculty & Research
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