- Assistant Professor
- Bert W. Wasserman Department of Economics and Finance
- (646) 312-3482
Xi Dong, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Finance at Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, City University of New York. Previously an Assistant Professor at INSEAD. Dr. Dong’s research interests include institutional investors, asset pricing, behavioral finance, market microstructure, and international finance. His research has been published in leading economics and finance journals, including Management Science and Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, as well as practitioner journals such as Journal of Investing. His papers are presented at numerous conferences and academic institutions such as AEA, AFA, EFA, INFORMS, and CICF. He holds an PhD in finance from Boston College, MA in Economics from The Ohio State University, BE from Southeast University. He has taught investment analysis and fixed income analysis at the MBA, Master, and undergraduate levels.
Media Coverage and the Cost of Debt, with Haoyu Gao, Junbo Wang, Yanchu Wang, Chunchi Wu, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2020
Liquidity Risk and Mutual Fund Performance, with Shu Feng and Ronnie Sadka, Management Science, 2019
Corporate Social Responsibility Exposure and Performance of Mutual Funds, with Shu Feng, Sitikantha Parida, Zhihong Wang, Journal of Investing, 2019.
Dynamic autocorrelation of intraday stock returns, with Shu Feng and, Finance Research Letters, 2017.
INSEAD Alumni Research Grant, 2011-2013
Best Paper Award for Doctoral Students at the Southwestern Finance Association Meetings for the paper, “Volume-Return Relationships and Home Bias,” 2010
Graduate Fellowship, Finance Department, Boston College
University Fellowship, Economics Department, The Ohio State University
National Champion of China “Challenge Cup” Business Plan Competition, 2001 (startup founding story was adapted into a biographical film by Hunan TV, China’s second largest TV channel)
National Champion of the China College Students “Challenge Cup” Business Plan Competition, 2000