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Directory

Sophia Hu

Assistant Professor - Finance, Insurance and Real Estate

Contact Information

Email:  Sophia_Hu@baylor.edu
Homepage:  https://sophiahu.net
Mailing Address:  One Bear Place #98004
Waco, TX  76706
Office Location:  Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation 320.45

Office Hours

By appointment

Educational Background

  • B - Economics, Nanjing University
  • PHD - Business Administration, Texas A&M University College Station
  • BA - Economics, NANJING UNIVERSITY

Publications

Basic or Discovery Scholarship

"Can Blockchain Technology Help Overcome Contractual Incompleteness? Evidence from State Law (Accepted)," Management Science, (2023) (coauthors: Mark Chen, Qinxi Wu, Joanna Wang).

"Bank Regulatory Size Thresholds, Merger and Acquisition Behavior, and Small Business Lending," Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 62, (June 2020) (coauthors: Shradha Bindal, Christa H.S. Bouwman, Shane A. Johnson).

"Differential bank behaviors around the Dodd–Frank Act size thresholds," Journal of Financial Intermediation, Vol. 34, (April 2018), pp. 47-57 (coauthors: Christa H.S. Bouwman, Shane A. Johnson).

Presentations and Proceedings

Basic or Discovery Scholarship

"Can Blockchain Technology Help Overcome Contractual Incompleteness? Evidence from State Laws," presented at the European Finance Association (EFA) Annual Meeting 2023, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, August 2023 (coauthors: Qinxi Wu, Mark A. Chen, Joanna Wang).

"Can Blockchain Technology Help Overcome Contractual Incompleteness? Evidence from State Laws," presented at the 2023 China International Conference in Finance (CICF), Shanghai, China, July 2023 (coauthors: Mark Chen, Joanna Wang, Qinxi Wu).

"Board Interlocks, Knowledge Spillovers, and Corporate Innovation," presented at the SFS Cavalcade North America 2023, Austin,TX, May 2023 (coauthors: Qinxi Wu, Mark A. Chen, Joanna Wang).

"Can Blockchain Technology Help Overcome Contractual Incompleteness? Evidence from State Laws," presented at the 2023 Conference on Emerging Technologies in Accounting and Financial Economics (CETAFE), Ithaca, NY, April 2023 (coauthors: Qinxi Wu, Mark Chen, Joanna Wang).

"Board Interlocks, Knowledge Spillovers, and Corporate Innovation," presented at the The 8th Annual International Corporate Governance Society Conference, Miami, FL, November 2022 (coauthors: Mark Chen, Joanna Wang, Qinxi Wu).

"Board Interlocks, Knowledge Spillovers, and Corporate Innovation," presented at the 2022 FMA Annual Meeting, Atlanta, October 2022 (coauthors: Qinxi Wu, Mark Chen, Joanna Wang).

"The Effects of Technological Disruption on Suppliers and Customers: Evidence from Blockchain Laws," presented at the SWUFE Institute of Financial Studies (IFS) Seminar, November 2021 (coauthors: Qinxi Wu, Mark Chen, Xiaoyu Wang).

"The Effects of Technological Disruption on Suppliers and Customers: Evidence from Blockchain Laws," presented at the Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University Finance Seminar Series, Online, November 2021 (coauthors: Qinxi Wu, Chen, Joanna Wang).

"The Effects of Technological Disruption on Suppliers and Customers: Evidence from Blockchain Laws," presented at the 5th Shanghai-Edinburgh-London Fintech Conference, October 2021 (coauthors: Xiaoyu Wang, Qinxi Wu, Mark Chen).

"The Effects of Technological Disruption on Suppliers and Customers: Evidence from Blockchain Laws," presented at the FMA annual meeting 2021, October 2021 (coauthors: Xiaoyu Wang, Qinxi Wu, Mark Chen).

"The Effects of Technological Disruption on Suppliers and Customers: Evidence from Blockchain Laws," presented at the Lone Star Conference 2021, September 2021 (coauthors: Qinxi Wu, Mark Chen, Xiaoyu Wang).
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