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Dr Maggie Hao

Lecturer

Doctoral Co-Supervisor
School of Economics and Finance

Maggie received her PhD from Massey University in 2016 and joined Business School in 2017.She has published in leading international journals including Journal of Banking and Finance, Financial Management, International Review of Finance, Journal of Behavioral Finance, etc. Her current research interests lie in the areas of stock price informativeness, asset pricing and corporate finance. 

 

Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: 63563
    Location: 5C21
    Campus: Wellington

Certifications and Registrations

  • Licence, Co-Supervisor, Massey University

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Stock price informativeness

Corporate finance

Investment Trading Strategy

Behavioural finance

Thematics

Design – for Commerce, Community and Culture

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Banking, Finance and Investment (150200): Commerce, Management, Tourism And Services (150000): Finance (150201)

Keywords

Asset Pricing, Corporate Finance, Price Informativeness, Signalling Effect

Research Outputs

Journal

Canh, NP., Hao, W., & Wongchoti, U. (2021). The impact of economic and financial activities on air quality: a Chinese city perspective. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 28(7), 8662-8680
[Journal article]Authored by: Hao, W., Wongchoti, U.Edited by: Hao, W.
Chang, YY., & Hao, W. (2020). Negativity Bias of Analyst Forecasts. Journal of Behavioral Finance.
[Journal article]Authored by: Chang, Y., Hao, W.
Hao, W., Wongchoti, U., Young, M., & Chen, J. (2020). R<sup>2</sup> and the corporate signaling effect. International Review of Finance.
[Journal article]Authored by: Chen, J., Hao, W., Wongchoti, U., Young, M.
Wongchoti, U., & Hao, W. (2020). Earnings quality and crash risk in China: an integrated analysis. Journal of Asian business and economic studies. Retrieved from https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/JABES-02-2020-0012/full/pdf?title=earnings-quality-and-crash-risk-in-china-an-integrated-analysis
[Journal article]Authored by: Hao, W., Wongchoti, U.
Hao, W., Prevost, A., & Wongchoti, U. (2018). Are Low Equity R<sup>2</sup> Firms More or Less Transparent? Evidence from the Corporate Bond Market. Financial Management. 47(4), 865-909
[Journal article]Authored by: Hao, W., Wongchoti, U.
Devos, E., Hao, W., Prevost, AK., & Wongchoti, U. (2015). Stock return synchronicity and the market response to analyst recommendation revisions. Journal of Banking and Finance. 58, 376-389
[Journal article]Authored by: Hao, W., Wongchoti, U.

Book

Hao, W., Le, T-H., & Nguyen, CP. (2021). Measuring energy security for China: a multi-dimensional approach. In J. Ren (Ed.) China's Energy Security: Analysis, Assessment And Improvement. : World Scientific
[Chapter]Authored by: Hao, W.

Thesis

Hao, W. (2016). R² and stock price informativeness: New empirical evidence. (Doctoral Thesis, Massey University, New Zealand)
[Doctoral Thesis]Authored by: Hao, W.

Conference

Hao, W., Prevost, A., & Wongchoti, U.Stock return synchronicity and price informativeness: Evidence from the corporate bond market. . Las Vegas, United States of America
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Hao, W., Wongchoti, U.
Wongchoti, U., Prevost, A., & Hao, W. (2016, October). Stock return synchronicity and price informativeness: Evidence from the corporate bond market. Presented at 2016 FMA Annual Meeting Program. Las Vegas, United States of America.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Hao, W., Wongchoti, U.
Hao, W., wongchoti, U., & Young, M.Price informativeness, market expectation and empirical finance. . Seoul, South Korea
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Hao, W., Wongchoti, U., Young, M.
Hao, W., Wongchoti, U., Chen, J., & Young, M.R² and the corporate signaling effect. . Sydney, Australia
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Chen, J., Hao, W., Wongchoti, U., Young, M.

Teaching and Supervision

Courses Coordinated

  • 125.701 Quantitative Methods for Accounting and Finance
  • 125.702 Financial Management

Graduate Supervision Statement

Passion is the key to succeed in research and is the most important driver for students to overcome any difficulties and get through hard times during their research journey. As a supervisor, I aim to work closely with my students, inspire them to find topics they are passionate about, motivate them to keep their passion alive, and provide guidance for their learning at each stage of their research studies. I aim to create a learning environment in which students can explore their research interests openly, knowing that they will be understood and supported.


Dr Maggie Hao is available for Masters and Doctorial supervision.

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Co-supervisor 3 0

Current Doctoral Supervision

Co-supervisor of:

  • Linshan Zeng - Doctor of Philosophy
    Central bank digital currency and its impact on existing national and international settlement system: Evidence from China
  • Baizhou Lu - Doctor of Philosophy
    Financial Flexibility with CSR
  • Sulu Manu O'Uiha - Doctor of Philosophy
    Aligning Interests: The impact of compensation schemes on Corporate Behavior and Financial Markets