Dr. Tuugi Chuluun

Assistant Professor of Finance


Sellinger Hall 210

Research Areas:

Corporate finance, international finance, networks

Academic Degrees

Ph D, Georgia Institute of Technology
M A, Ohio University
B A, Ohio University

Representative Publications

"Investment Intensity of Currencies and the Random Walk Hypothesis: Cross-Currency Evidence" with Cheol Eun and Rehim Kilic (Journal of Banking and Finance, 35(2), 372-387)

"Board Ties and the Cost of Corporate Debt" with Andrew Prevost and John Puthenpurackal (Financial Management forthcoming)

Professional Experience/Certification

Chartered Financial Analyst

Professional Memberships

American Finance Association
Financial Management Association
International Network for Social Network Analysis
CFA Society Baltimore

Current Projects

"The Role of Underwriter Networks in IPOs" (Revise and Resubmit, Journal of Banking and Finance)

"Global Portfolio Investment Network and Stock Market Co-Movements"

"Reaching out to Your Peers: Performance Consequences of Underwriter Peer Networks"

"Happy Neighbors are Good for You, Wealthy Ones are Not: Some Insights from a First Study of Well-Being in Mongolia" with Carol Graham and Sarandavaa Myanganbuu