Dr. Liying Wang earned her Ph.D. in finance from the University of South Carolina. Her research interests include fixed income and corporate finance.
Liquidity and price pressure in the corporate bond market: Evidence from mega-bonds (with J. Helwege), Journal of Financial Intermediation, 48 (2021): 100922.
Institutional allocations in the primary market for corporate bonds (with S. Nikolova and J. Wu), Journal of Financial Economics, 137, no. 2 (2020): 470-490.
Capital structure along the supply chain: How do customers affect corporate leverage decisions (with Y. Chu), Quarterly Journal of Finance, 7, no. 04 (2017): 1750014.
Margin-based asset pricing and the determinants of the CDS basis (solo-authored), Journal of Fixed Income, 24, no. 2 (2014): 61-78.
Deciphering greenium (with J. Wu)
Corporate bond flipping (with S. Nikolova)
Firms' response to credit supply: Evidence from upsized corporate bond offerings (with E. Hotchkiss, H. Sun, and Y. Zhao)
When Shareholders Cross-Hold Lenders’ Equity: The Effects on Loan Terms (with J. Wang)
Trade credit in the product market network (with J. McConnell and J. Wang)