Tuugi Chuluun
Dr. Tuugi Chuluun

Assistant Professor

Sellinger Hall 210
Academic Degrees
Ph D, Georgia Institute of Technology
M A, Ohio University
B A, Ohio University
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
Research Areas
Corporate finance, international finance, networks
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