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Shih-Sian Jhang

PhD Student
Operations Management and Strategy Department


PhD, Management, Operations Management and Strategy, University at Buffalo, 2013
PhD, Management, Finance, University at Buffalo, 2009 - 2012
MS, Finance, Johns Hopkins University, 2007
MBA, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, 2002
BBA, Finance, National Taiwan University, 1999

Research Interests Research Interests

Supply Chain Management
Inventory Management
Corporate Finance
Corporate Governance
Capital Market
Financial Modeling

Current Research

Working Papers on Supply Chain & Operations Management

  • The drivers of cash conversion cycle
  • The drivers of Inventory

Working Papers on Finance

  • Partial adjustment toward desired capital structure
  • On the propensity to reacquire losers        
  • Real manipulation, corporate governance, and market liquidity
  • Is range or range component predictable?

Working Papers on I.T.

  • The partial adjustment approach to evaluating and measuring the business value of information technology: with stochastic and dynamic speeds of adjustment

Research Projects

  • The new determinants of credit spread changes
  • CEO compensation, corporate policy, and real firm value
  • Return-based and range-based (co)variance estimation
  • The analysis of nationalization and privatization on Taiwan Television Enterprise and Chinese Television System
  • The influence of separation and combination between marketing department and production department on enterprises values.

Selected Professional Associations

American Finance Association
Financial Management Association