Positions

Overview

  • Wenjuan Xie is an Associate Professor of Finance at the Paul College of Business and Economics, University of New Hampshire. She is also the Co-Director of the Peter T. Paul Financial Policy Center at the University of New Hampshire. From 2013 to 2018, she was the recipient of the distinguished Virginia Paul Dee Professorship.

    Dr. Xie’s research interest is in Equity Markets and Investments Analysis. She also has a significant amount of studies and increasing interests in Corporate Finance, Emerging Markets and Financial Intermediaries. Dr. Xie’s scholarly work has been published in premier and high-impact academic journals such as the Journal of Corporate Finance, the Multinational Finance Journal, the Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Economics, and the Review of Accounting and Finance. In addition, her research was one of the semifinalists for Best Paper Award in Investments at the Financial Management Association 2009 Annual Meeting.

    Dr. Xie’s teaching portfolio includes undergraduate Bachelor of Business Administration core courses, undergraduate finance option required courses, and Master of Business Administration elective courses. Her teaching interests focus on investments analysis and stock valuation, which aligns closely with her research expertise. She was nominated several times for the Paul College Excellence in Teaching Award.

    Dr. Xie received her BBA and MS in Finance degrees from Peking University in Beijing, China and her Ph.D. degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition to her professional services in academia, she was also involved in the work of American Association of University Women (AAUW) and of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) New England Section New Hampshire District.
  • Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title
    2017 Determinants of and Differences in U. S. and Foreign Commercial Bank ProfitabilityGlobal Economy and Finance Journal.  10:12-27. 2017
    2016 A Contextual Evaluation of Composite Forecasts of Annual EarningsReview of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies.  19:1650014-1650014. 2016
    2014 Corporate fraud and the value of reputations in the product marketJournal of Corporate Finance.  25:16-39. 2014
    2013 Do Investors See Through Accounting Profitability and Recognize Efficiency? Evidence from Chinese Listed CompaniesMultinational Finance Journal.  17:243-293. 2013
    2013 A Theoretical Examination of Financial Analysts’ Earnings Forecast Dispersion: The Influences of Analyst Personal DifferencesMustang Journal of Accounting and Finance.  3:39-54. 2013
    2013 Media Coverage, Analyst Recommendation Upgrade and Information Content of Inclusions into S&P IndexesInvestment Management and Financial Innovations.  10:78-85. 2013
    2012 Industry information uncertainty and stock return comovementAsia-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Economics.  19:330-351. 2012
    2012 Seasoned Equity Offerings and Analyst Earnings Forecasts 2012
    2012 Individual differences and analyst forecast accuracyReview of Accounting and Finance.  11:257-278. 2012
    2012 Seasoned Equity Offerings and Analyst Earnings ForecastsAdvances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting.  10:225-253. 2012
    2011 Seasoned Equity Offerings and Analyst Earnings Forecasts 2011
    2011 Challenges for the Unified Financial Supervision in the Post-Crisis Era: Singaporean Experience and Chinese PracticeJournal of Financial and Economic Practice.  11:28-50. 2011
    Assessing Investors’ Earnings Expectations: The Contextual Usefulness of Composite ForecastsAsia-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Economics

    Article

    Year Title
    2014 Understanding the Cost Associated with Data Security Breaches: The Value of Financial Analysts 2014
    2014 A Contextual Evaluation of Composite Forecasts of Earnings 2014
    2013 A Contextual Evaluation of Composite Forecasts of Earnings 2013
    2012 Do Investors See Through Accounting Profitability and Recognize Efficiency? Evidence from Chinese Listed Companies 2012
    2012 Do Investors See Through Accounting Profitability and Recognize Efficiency? Evidence from Chinese Listed Companies 2012
    2012 Do Investors See Through Accounting Profitability and Recognize Efficiency? Evidence from Chinese Listed Companies 2012
    2011 Challenges for the Unified Financial Supervision in the Post-Crisis Era: Singaporean Experience and Chinese Practice 2011
    2011 Seasoned Equity Offerings and Analyst Earnings Forecasts 2011
    2009 Seasoned Equity Offerings and Analyst Earnings Forecasts 2009
    2009 Individual Differences and Analyst Earnings Forecast Accuracy 2009
    2008 A New Measure of Analyst Earnings Forecast Dispersion 2008
    2008 A New Measure of Analyst Earnings Forecast Dispersion 2008

    Conference Proceeding

    Year Title
    Understanding the Cost Associated With Data Security Breaches.

    Teaching Activities

  • Equity Analysis and Valuation Taught course 2019
  • Intro to Financial Management Taught course 2019
  • Intro to Financial Management Taught course 2018
  • Intro to Financial Management Taught course 2018
  • Intro to Financial Management Taught course 2018
  • Intro to Financial Management Taught course 2018
  • Equity Analysis and Valuation Taught course 2017
  • Intro to Financial Management Taught course 2017
  • Intro to Financial Management Taught course 2016
  • Investments Analysis Taught course 2015
  • Top/Eqty Anlys &Firm Valuation Taught course 2015
  • Investments Analysis Taught course 2014
  • Top/Equity Analys&Firm Valuatn Taught course 2014
  • Internships in Finance Taught course 2014
  • Intro to Financial Management Taught course 2014
  • Investments Analysis Taught course 2014
  • Education And Training

  • B.B.A., Peking University
  • M.A. International Finance, Peking University
  • Ph.D. Finance, University of Wisconsin - Madison
  • Full Name

  • Wenjuan Xie