Dr. Liying Wang earned her Ph.D. in finance from the University of South Carolina. Her research interests include fixed income and corporate finance.
Lifting the Veil: Price Formation of Corporate Bond Offerings (solo-authored), Journal of Financial Economics, 142, no. 3 (2021): 1340-1358.
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.
Investor ESG tastes and asset pricing: Evidence from the primary bond market (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)