Accounting and Finance Faculty

Song Wang Song Wang

Assistant Professor



Dr. Song Wang received his doctoral degree in Finance from University of Central Florida in 2012 and his master's in Applied Economics from University of North Dakota in 2008. Dr. Wang came to Saint Xavier University in fall 2013 and has been teaching International Finance and Introduction to Finance with Excel Applications. Dr. Wang's research focuses on security short-selling, the IPO market, corporate restructuring, etc. He has numerous publications in high level finance journals, such as Journal of Banking and Finance, Managerial Finance, Research of Finance, and Applied Financial Economics. Dr. Wang has also been a panel speaker of the SXU Economic Summit jointed by Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in 2015 and 2016.


Conference Presentations

Debt Issues around Merger & Acquisition Activities

Does Short Selling Affect Firm Innovations? Evidence from China's Stock Markets

The Maturity Structure of Private Placements of Debt

Global Diversification and IPO Returns

Does Idiosyncratic Risk Deter Short-Sellers? Evidence from a First-time Introduction of Short-sale

Margin Regulation and Informed Trading, Evidence from the Chinese Stock Market

Constrained Investment and Opportunity

Earnout Acquisition and Corporate Governance: The Case of Dual-Class Firms

SXU Economic Summit joined by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago