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Chang, Millicent Dr

Professor & Discipline Leader - Finance

  • Faculty of Business
  • Discipline: Finance
  • School of Accounting, Economics and Finance

Overview


Millicent Chang is a Professor in the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance at the University of Wollongong.  She teaches at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels in corporate finance and valuation and is involved in supervision of research students in the Honours and PhD programs.

Millicent's research spans the accounting and finance areas and her current interests include corporate disclosure, insider trading and environmental finance. Her work has appeared in leading academic journals including Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Business Ethics, Pacific Basin Finance Journal, and Accounting & Finance. She is an Associate Editor in the Finance section at Australian Journal of Management. She has previously received ARC Discovery funding for a project on late disclosure of trading by corporate insiders.

Millicent is a past Australian President of the Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ). Prior to joining UoW, she was an Associate Professor at the UWA Business School. 

Research Overview


  • Millicent's research interests include:

    • Corporate disclosure
    • Insider trading
    • Environmental finance
    • Managerial incentives
    • Accounting for Extractives Industry

Selected Publications


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Evaluating the efficacy of a bilingual Peer Assisted Learning Program for Chinese Students in a Higher Education Context
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Gender diversity, executive compensation, and firm performance
    Doctor of Philosophy Ownership of lender and borrower, firm earnings management, and bank lending decisions: Evidence from China Cui, Huanyu
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Macroeconomic Policies and Stock Market Crash in China Dong, Olivia
    Doctor of Philosophy The impacts of Climate Change on stock market: new dimensions in asset pricing, information asymmetry and corporate governance Ding, Dong
    Doctor of Philosophy Asset Impairment: Evidence from Australian Firms Georges, Maxeem
    Doctor of Philosophy The role of banks in the Chinese capital market. Pan, Nengqi
    Doctor of Philosophy How Does Policy Uncertainty Affect Corporate Philanthropy in the Chinese Market? Zhang, Jiawei

Research Overview


  • Millicent's research interests include:

    • Corporate disclosure
    • Insider trading
    • Environmental finance
    • Managerial incentives
    • Accounting for Extractives Industry

Selected Publications


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Evaluating the efficacy of a bilingual Peer Assisted Learning Program for Chinese Students in a Higher Education Context
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Gender diversity, executive compensation, and firm performance
    Doctor of Philosophy Ownership of lender and borrower, firm earnings management, and bank lending decisions: Evidence from China Cui, Huanyu
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Macroeconomic Policies and Stock Market Crash in China Dong, Olivia
    Doctor of Philosophy The impacts of Climate Change on stock market: new dimensions in asset pricing, information asymmetry and corporate governance Ding, Dong
    Doctor of Philosophy Asset Impairment: Evidence from Australian Firms Georges, Maxeem
    Doctor of Philosophy The role of banks in the Chinese capital market. Pan, Nengqi
    Doctor of Philosophy How Does Policy Uncertainty Affect Corporate Philanthropy in the Chinese Market? Zhang, Jiawei
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