Welcome! My name is Shuaiyu Chen.

I’m an Assistant Professor of Finance at Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business, Purdue University.

My research interests include empirical asset pricing, asset management, short selling and securities lending, financial news, and return predictability.

Research Papers

AN ESTABLISHED THEORY SUPPORTED BY VALID DATA HAS THE STRONG POWER OF PREDICTION

We build a broad dataset of portfolio ESG scores for mutual funds and use machine-learning to generate flow forecasts by ESG scores.

The delegated OTC nature of the securities lending market plays a critical role in shaping market participants’ payoffs and valuations.

The fund flows are negatively related to fund performance approximately six to ten years prior, reflecting investor disappointment.

ETF options offer a unique device for hedge funds to exploit their information about volatilities in different asset markets.

PPS decreases in both short- and long-run volatilities, but only the short-run volatility affects executives’ incentive.

Experience

PREVIOUS ASSOCIATIONS THAT HELPED TO GATHER EXPERIENCE

 
 
 
 
 

Assistant Professor of Management (Finance Area)

Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business, Purdue University

Aug 2021 – Present Indiana

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