Jun Pan is currently a Professor of Finance and SAIF Chair Professor at Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF), Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Prior to joining SAIF in 2019, she was the School of Management Distinguished Professor of Finance and Professor of Finance at MIT Sloan School of Management.
Jun has a B.S. degree in Physics from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, a Ph.D. in Physics from New York University, and a Ph.D. in Finance from Stanford University.
Empirical Asset Pricing, Financial Derivatives Market, Credit Risk Model, Financial Crises, Market Liquidity, Market Microstructure, Risk Management, Fixed-Income Markets and Chinese Financial Markets.
1. Hu, Grace Xing, Jun Pan, and Jiang Wang, Forthcoming Tri-Party Repo Pricing, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
2. Hu, Grace Xing, Jun Pan, Jiang Wang, Haoxiang Zhu, Forthcoming Premium for Heightened Uncertainty: Explaining Pre-Announcement Market Returns, Journal of Financial Economics.
3. Grace Xing Hu, Jun Pan, Jiang Wang, Forthcoming Chinese Capital Market: An Empirical Overview, Critical Finance Review.
4. Hu, Grace Xing, Jun Pan, and Jiang Wang, 2017, Early Peek Advantage? Efficient Price Discovery with tiered Information Disclosure, Journal of Financial Economics.
5. Bao, Jack, and Jun Pan, 2013, Bond Illiquidity and Excess Volatility, The Review of Financial Studies.
6. Hu, Grace Xing, Jun Pan, and Jiang Wang, 2013, Noise as Information for Illiquidity, The Journal of Finance.
7. Bao, Jack, and Jun Pan, 2012, Relating Equity and Credit Markets through Structural Models: Evidence from Volatilities, The Review of Financial Studies.
8. Bao, Jack, Jun Pan, and Jiang Wang, 2011, The Illiquidity of Corporate Bonds, The Journal of Finance.
9. Longstaff, Francis A., Jun Pan, Lasse H. Pedersen, and Kenneth J. Singleton, 2011, How Sovereign is Sovereign Credit Risk?, American Economic Journal.
10. Pan, Jun, and Kenneth Singleton, 2008, Default and Recovery Implicit in the Term Structure of Sovereign CDS Spreads, The Journal of Finance.
11. Pan, Jun, Sophie Ni, and Allen Poteshman, 2008, Volatility Information Trading in the Option Market, The Journal of Finance.
12. Pan, Jun, and Allen Poteshman, 2006, The Information in Option Volume for Future Stock Prices, The Review of Financial Studies.
13. Liu, Jun, Jun Pan, and Tan Wang, 2005, An Equilibrium Model of Rare-Event Premia and Its Implication for Option Smirks, The Review of Financial Studies.
14. Pan, Jun, Sergio Pastorello, Valentin Patilea, and Eric Renault, 2003, Comment on “Iterative and Recursive Estimation in Structural Non-Adaptive Mod- els", Journal of Business and Economic Statistics.
15. Jun Liu, Francis A. Longstaff, Jun Pan, 2003, Dynamic Asset Allocation with Event Risk, The Journal of Finance.
16. Longstaff, Francis, Jun Liu, and Jun Pan, 2003, Dynamic Derivative Strategies, Journal of Financial Economics.
17. Pan, Jun, 2003, The Jump-Risk Premia Implicit in Options: Evidence from an Integrated Time-Series Study, Journal of Financial Economics.
18. Pan, Jun, and Darrell Duffie, 2001, Analytical Value-At-Risk with Jumps and Credit Risk, Finance and Stochastics.
19. Pan, Jun, and Darrell Duffie, 2001, An Overview of Value at Risk, Journal of Derivatives.
20. Pan, Jun, Darrell Duffie, and Kenneth Singleton, 2000, Transform Analysis and Asset Pricing for Affine Jump-Diffusions, Econometrica.
1. Claire Yurong Hong, Jun Pan, and Shiwen Tian, 2021, Macro-Active Bond Mutual Funds.
2. Zhe Geng, Jun Pan, 2021, The SOE Premium and Government Support in China's Credit Market.
3. Claire Yurong Hong, Xiaomeng Lu, and Jun Pan, 2021, FinTech Adoption and Household Risk-Taking.
4. Xing Hu, Jun Pan, Jiang Wang, and Haoxiang Zhu, 2021, Premium for Heightened Uncertainty: Explaining Pre-Announcement Market Returns.
5. Xing Hu, Jun Pan, and Jiang Wang, 2020, Chinese Capital Market: An Empirical Overview.
6. Hong, Claire Yurong, Xiaomeng Lu, and Jun Pan, 2020, FinTech Platforms and Mutual Fund Distribution.
7. Geng, Zhe and Jun Pan, 2019, Price Discovery and Market Segmentation in China's Credit Market.
8. Ni, Sophie Xiaoyan and Jun Pan, 2011, Trading Puts and CDS on Stocks with Short Sale Ban.
- Financial Markets, Empirical Asset Pricing