Hyunchul Chung Professor
Professor Hyunchul Chung joined School of Business, Hanyang University in 2006. He had previously been with Korea Telecom (KT, 1992-2003) and with Dankook University(2003-2006). He received a B.A.(1990) in Business Administration from Hanyang University, an M.B.A(1992) in International Business/Finance from George Washington University and a Ph.D. (2001) in Finance from McGill University.
Professor Chung teaches such courses as Financial Management, Investment, Corporate Finance and Corporate Valuation to undergraduate, and graduate students.
His research interest includes: the impact of liberalization in emerging markets, integration versus segmentation of world financial markets, money and capital markets, international portfolio diversification benefits and international finance.
Ph.D. McGill University, 2001 (Finance)
MBA, George Washington University, 1992 (International Business/Finance)
B.S, Hanyang University, 1990 (Business Administration)
■ Professional Experience
1992 ~ 2003: Senior Researcher, KT
2003 ~ 2006: Assistant Professor of Finance, Dankook University
2006 ~ present: Professor of Finance, Hanyang University
■ Research Interest
the impact of liberalization in emerging markets, integration versus segmentation of world financial markets, global money and capital markets, international portfolio diversification benefits, international finance and firm valuation
■ Selected Articles
"Size matters: The impact of financial liberalization on individual firms” (with P. Christoffersen, V. Errunza) Journal of International Money and Finance 25, 2006.
“Exchange Risk Premia and Firm Characteristics” (with Basma Majerbi and Sorin Rizeanu), Emerging Markets Review 22, 2015.
“A Study on the Relationship between Investor Recognition and Firm Value: Based on the Effect of Switching of Stock Listing from KONEX to KOSDAQ Market,” (with Kyu Sung Lee), Korean Management Review 50 2021.