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Kenneth Kim

Associate Professor
Finance and Managerial Economics Department

Education

PhD, University of Rhode Island
MBA, University of Detroit
BA, University of Michigan

Current Teaching

Research Interests

Selected Academic Publications

Jun-koo Kang, Kenneth A. Kim, Pattanaporn Kitsabunnarat, and Takeshi Nishikawa, 2010, The effects of bank relations on stock repurchase decisions: Evidence from Japan, Journal of Financial Intermediation, forthcoming.

Kenneth A. Kim, Pattanaporn Kitsabunnarat, and John R. Nofsinger, 2007, Large shareholders, board independence, and minority shareholder rights: Evidence from Europe, Journal of Corporate Finance 13, 859-880.

Gong-meng Chen, Kenneth A. Kim, John R. Nofsinger, and Oliver M. Rui, 2007, Trading performance, disposition effect, overconfidence, representativeness bias, and experience of emerging market investors, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 20, 425-451.

Kenneth A. Kim and John R. Nofsinger, 2005, Institutional herding, business groups, and economic regimes: Evidence from Japan, Journal of Business 78, 213-242.

Soon-Huat Chan, Kenneth A. Kim, and S. Ghon Rhee, 2005, Price limit performance: Evidence from transactions data and the limit order book, Journal Empirical Finance 12, 269-290.

Kenneth A. Kim, Pattanaporn Kitsabunnarat, and John R. Nofsinger, 2004, Ownership and operating performance in an emerging market: Evidence from Thai IPO firms, Journal of Corporate Finance 10, 355-381.

Stephen P. Ferris, Kenneth A. Kim, and Pattanaporn Kitsabunnarat, 2003, The costs (and benefits?) of diversified business groups: The case of Korean chaebols, Journal of Banking and Finance 27, 275-297.

Kenneth A. Kim and Piman Limpaphayom, 2000, Characteristics of stocks that frequently hit price limits: Empirical evidence from Taiwan and Thailand, Journal of Financial Markets 3, 315-332.

Kim, Kenneth A. and S. Ghon Rhee, 1997, Price limit performance: Evidence from the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Journal of Finance 52, 885-901.

Selected Industry/Consulting Activities

Past Academic Appointments (variety of capacities)

Selected Professional Associations

Contact Information

Kenneth Kim
Associate Professor
Finance and Managerial Economics
School of Management
University at Buffalo
259 Jacobs Management Center
Buffalo, NY 14260-4000 

Tel: 716-645-3266
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