Dr. Tuugi Chuluun, CFA

Dr. Tuugi Chuluun, CFA

Associate Professor of Finance


Sellinger Hall 407

Research Areas

Corporate finance, international finance, social networks in finance

Academic Degrees

PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology
MA, Ohio University
BA, Ohio University


"Firm Network Structure and Innovation" with Andrew Prevost and Arun Upadhyay)Journal of Corporate Finance, 44, 2017, 193-214

Global Portfolio Investment Network and Stock Market ComovementGlobal Finance Journal, 33, 2017, 51-68

"Local Happiness and Firm Behavior: Do Firms in Happy Places Invest More?" with Carol Graham (Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 125, 2016, 41-56; Featured at HBR.org, brookings.edu, ozy.com)

"The Role of Underwriter Peer Networks in IPOs" (Journal of Banking and Finance, 51, 2015, 62–78)

"Board Ties and the Cost of Corporate Debt" with Andrew Prevost and John Puthenpurackal (Financial Management, 43(3), 2014, 533-568)

"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), 2011, 372-387)

“Who is Happy in the Land of Eternal Blue Sky? Some Insights from a First Study of Well-Being in Mongolia" with Carol Graham and Sarandavaa Myanganbuu (International Journal of Wellbeing forthcoming)

Professional Experience/Certification

Chartered Financial Analyst

Professional Memberships

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

Working Papers

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