Xiaoxin Wang Beardsley
Interim Chair of Finance and Hamilton Family Faculty Fellow
Rehn Hall, 138A
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Xiaoxin Wang Beardsley, Interim Chair of Finance and Hamilton Family Faculty Fellow, joined SIU in 2003. She teaches Portfolio Theory and Management (FIN 433) and International Finance (FIN 464/BA582).
Beardsley said she chose to pursue a career in higher education for several reasons, “I love teaching and enjoy doing research in the ever changing financial markets. I learn a lot from interacting with my students through teaching the classes and advising the Saluki Student Investment Fund and the Graduate Student Investment Fund previously. I love to see how research in the financial markets enhances people’s understanding on investment, helps them to develop a successful career path and secure personal financial freedom.” She especially enjoys SIU because of her esteemed colleagues in the College of Business.
A native of northeastern China, Beardsley was born and raised in the city of Anshan in Liaoning Province. She earned a BS in Finance from Tsinghua University in Beijing, a MA in Economics from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln and a PhD in Finance from the Pennsylvania State University.
- Market microstructure and the implication of market microstructure on asset pricing and investment
- Electronic Communication Networks (ECN)
- Short selling
- High Frequency Trading (HFT)
- Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) and mutual funds
“Mean-Variance-Skewness-Kurtosis Portfolio Optimization with Return and Liquidity”, with Brian Field and Mingqing Xiao, Communications in Mathematical Finance1-1, 2012.
“The Puzzling Behavior of Short Sellers around Earnings Announcements?”, with Gordon Alexander and Mark Peterson, Journal of Financial Intermediation 23-2 (2014), pp. 255-278.
“Does Experience Matter? CEO Successions by Former CEOs”, with Eahab Elsaid and Wallace N. Davidson III, Managerial Finance, 37-10 (2011), pp. 915-939.
“The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and CEO tenure, turnover, and risk aversion”, with Hongxia Wang, and Wallace N. Davidson III, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance 50 (2010), page 367–376.
“CEO Successor Compensation: Outside vs. Inside Successions”, with Wallace N. Davidson III, and Eahab Elsaid, Journal of Management and Governance, May 2009.
"The Informational Content of an Open Limit Order Book," with Charles Cao and Oliver Hansch, Journal of Futures Markets 29-1 (January 2009), page 16-41.
“The Dynamics of Short-term Mutual Fund Flows and Returns: A Time-series and Cross-sectional Investigation”, with David Rakowski, Journal of Banking and Finance 33 (2009), page 2102-2109.
"Decomposing Liquidity along the Limit Order Book," with David Rakowski, Journal of Banking and Finance 32-8 (August 2008), page 1687-1698.
"Order Placement Strategies in a Pure Limit Order Book Market," with Charles Cao and Oliver Hansch, Journal of Financial Research 31-2 (Summer 2008), page 113-140.
"Liquidity commonality and return co-movement," with Ian Domowitz and Oliver Hansch, Journal of Financial Markets 8 (2005), page 351-376, lead article.
Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher, College of Business, SIUC, 2015
Honor Roll, College of Business 'Undergraduate Teacher of the Year,' SIUC, 2014, 2012, 2010, 2008
Best Paper Award, Investments, Midwest Finance Association Conference, 2012. How Informed Are Short Sellers about Earnings Announcements?”, with Gordon Alexander and Mark Peterson.
SIUC Excellence Through Commitment Awards Program, ‘Outstanding Teacher Award’, College of Business, 2011
Honor Roll, ‘Researcher of the Year’, College of Business, SIUC, 2011
Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher of the Year, College of Business, SIUC, 2011
Morgan Stanley Equity Market Microstructure Research Grant (with Charles Cao and Oliver Hansch), 2004
SIU faculty seed grant, 2004