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Jun-Koo Kang
Jun-Koo Kang
Canon Professorsip in Finance and Distinguished Professor of Finance, Nanyang Business School
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Why is there a home-bias? An analysis of foreign equity portfolio investment in Japan
JK Kang, R Stulz
Journal of Financial Economics 46, 3-28, 1998
2273*1998
Corporate social responsibility and stakeholder value maximization: Evidence from mergers
X Deng, J Kang, BS Low
Journal of financial Economics 110 (1), 87-109, 2013
17892013
Tunneling or value added? Evidence from mergers by Korean business groups
KH Bae, JK Kang, JM Kim
The journal of finance 57 (6), 2695-2740, 2002
17502002
Firm performance, corporate governance, and top executive turnover in Japan
JK Kang, A Shivdasani
Journal of financial economics 38 (1), 29-58, 1995
14111995
Corporate governance and firm value: Evidence from the Korean financial crisis
JS Baek, JK Kang, KS Park
Journal of Financial economics 71 (2), 265-313, 2004
13122004
Business groups and tunneling: Evidence from private securities offerings by Korean chaebols
JS Baek, JK Kang, I Lee
The journal of finance 61 (5), 2415-2449, 2006
7562006
Employee treatment and firm leverage: A test of the stakeholder theory of capital structure
KH Bae, JK Kang, J Wang
Journal of financial economics 100 (1), 130-153, 2011
6302011
Do Banking Shocks Affect Borrowing Firm Performance? An Analysis of the Japanese Experience*
JK Kang, RM Stulz
The Journal of Business 73 (1), 1-23, 2000
609*2000
Local institutional investors, information asymmetries, and equity returns
B Baik, JK Kang, JM Kim
Journal of financial economics 97 (1), 81-106, 2010
5922010
Corporate restructuring during performance declines in Japan
JK Kang, A Shivdasani
Journal of Financial economics 46 (1), 29-65, 1997
5761997
How different is Japanese corporate finance? An investigation of the information content of new security issues
JK Kang, RM Stulz
The review of financial studies 9 (1), 109-139, 1996
4541996
The geography of block acquisitions
JK Kang, JM Kim
The Journal of Finance 63 (6), 2817-2858, 2008
4532008
The international market for corporate control: Mergers and acquisitions of US firms by Japanese firms
JK Kang
Journal of financial economics 34 (3), 345-371, 1993
3791993
Risk management, firm reputation, and the impact of successful cyberattacks on target firms
S Kamiya, JK Kang, J Kim, A Milidonis, RM Stulz
Journal of Financial Economics 139 (3), 719-749, 2021
355*2021
The effect of bank relations on investment decisions: An investigation of Japanese takeover bids
JK Kang, A Shivdasani, T Yamada
The Journal of Finance 55 (5), 2197-2218, 2000
2812000
Foreign ownership restrictions and equity price premiums: what drives the demand for cross-border investments?
W Bailey, YP Chung, JK Kang
Journal of financial and quantitative analysis 34 (4), 489-511, 1999
2811999
Are institutional investors with multiple blockholdings effective monitors?
JK Kang, J Luo, HS Na
Journal of Financial Economics 128 (3), 576-602, 2018
2632018
Do controlling shareholders' expropriation incentives imply a link between corporate governance and firm value? Theory and evidence
KH Bae, JS Baek, JK Kang, WL Liu
Journal of financial Economics 105 (2), 412-435, 2012
2522012
The value of durable bank relationships: evidence from Korean banking shocks
KH Bae, JK Kang, CW Lim
Journal of financial economics 64 (2), 181-214, 2002
2502002
Do foreign investors exhibit a corporate governance disadvantage? An information asymmetry perspective
JK Kang, JM Kim
Journal of International Business Studies 41, 1415-1438, 2010
2332010
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