Professor


Department of Information and Finance Management, National Taipei University of Technology

PhD, National Chengchi University | MS and BS, Fu Jen Catholic University

      E-mail: hiting@ntut.edu.tw | Tel: (886) 2 771 2171 Ext. 5905

      Room 944, Hong-Yue Technology Research Building

      1, Sec. 3, Zhongxiao East Road, Taipei 10608, Taiwan

  


 Experience

      National Taipei University of Technology

              Professor, 2/2016-present

              Associate Professor, 2/2014-1/2016

      National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology

              Professor, 2/2013-1/2014

              Associate Professor, 2/2009-1/2013

              Assistant Professor, 8/2004-1/2009

 


 Research Interests

      Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance

 


 Publications

  1. Ting, Hsiu-I, Horace Chueh, and Pang-Ru Chang*, forthcoming, CEO Power and Its Effect on Performance and Governance: Evidence from Chinese Banks, Emerging Markets Review (SSCI; IF 2.056; MOST B). (9/2017 Accepted) Available online 23 September 2017.
  2. Ting, Hsiu-I*, forthcoming, Do the Employment Competencies of Business School Graduates Meet Employer Needs? Business Analytics and Operation Research. (10/2016 Accepted)
  3. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2017, Factors Affecting Wealth Management Services: From Investors’ and Advisors’ Perspectives, The Journal of Wealth Management (ABI/INFORM), 20(1), 17-29.
  4. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2017, Financial Development, Role of Government, and Bank Profitability: Evidence from the 2008 Financial Crisis, Journal of Economics and Finance (EconLit; MOST B+), 41(2), 370-391.
  5. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2016, Why Do Board Members Receive Excess Compensation? Managerial and Decision Economics (ABI/INFORM; EconLit), 37, 552-562.
  6. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2016, Do Perks Matter? Evidence from Chinese Banks, Sun Yat-Sen Management Review (TSSCI), 24(2), 245-289.
  7. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2013, CEO Power and Firm Performance: A Quantile Regression Approach, Review of Securities and Futures Markets (TSSCI), 25(4), 1-44.
  8. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2013, The Influence of Insiders and Institutional Investors on Firm Performance, Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies (EconLit), 16(4), 1-38.
  9. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2013, CEO Turnover and Shareholder Wealth: Evidence from CEO Power in Taiwan, Journal of Business Research (SSCI), 66(12), 2466-2472.
  10. Ting, Hsiu-I* and Tien-Lung Weng, 2013, Can Busy Independent Directors Reduce the Variability of Corporate Performance?, Review of Securities and Futures Markets (TSSCI), 25(2), 161-194. In Chinese.
  11. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2013, Directors are Rewarded for Past Failure and Future Success, Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies (Research Award; SSCI; MOST B+), 42(2), 167-190.
  12. Ting, Hsiu-I*, Ming-Chun Wang, and Hao-Yu Wu, 2012, Why Firms with Remedies for Agency Problem May Have High Cash Flow Right Leverage?, Review of Securities and Futures Markets (TSSCI), 24(3), 101-140. In Chinese.
  13. Yu, Vincent F. and Hsiu-I Ting*, 2012, Financial Development, Investor Protection, and Corporate Commitment to Sustainability: Evidence from the FTSE Global 500, Management Decision (SSCI), 50(1), 130-146.
  14. Ting, Hsiu-I*, Pang-Ru Change, and Bei-Cin Lin, 2011, The Day after Distress – From the Perspective of Corporate Governance, Review of Securities and Futures Markets (TSSCI), 23(4), 63-110. In Chinese.
  15. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2011, Labor-Management Controversy at TSMC: A Corporate Governance Perspective, Taiwan Banking & Finance Quarterly, 12(3), 95-124. In Chinese.
  16. Ting, Hsiu-I and Ming-Chun Wang*, 2011, Institutional Investors and Stock Return Synchronicity: Evidence from Market, Industry, and Firm-Specific Information, Journal of Economics and Management, (EconLit), 7(2), 285-308. In Chinese.
  17. Yu, Vincent F. and Hsiu-I Ting*, 2011, Identifying Key Factors Affecting Consumers’ Choice of Wealth Management Services: An AHP Approach, The Service Industries Journal (SSCI), 31(6), 929-939.
  18. Ting, Hsiu-I* and Yung-Ta Huang, 2010, The Impact of Information Disclosure Level and Content on the Institutional Investors’ Shareholdings, Review of Securities and Futures Markets (TSSCI), 22(3), 39-74. In Chinese.
  19. Ting, Hsiu-I* and Yu-Hsin Chen, 2010, Why Do Independent Directors Become Busy?, Journal of Management (TSSCI), 27(3), 291-318. In Chinese.
  20. Yu, Vincent, Hsiu-I Ting, and Yen-Chun Jim Wu*, 2009, Assessing the Greenness Effects for European Firms: A Resource Efficiency Perspective, Management Decision (SSCI), 47(7), 1065-1079.
  21. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2009, Does Corporate Governance Matter to Institutional Investors?, Journal of Management (TSSCI), 26(3), 233-253. In Chinese.
  22. Ting, Hsiu-I* and Yu-Lan Huang, 2009, Alignment or Entrenchment: Which Inside Directors Matter? International Research Journal of Finance and Economics (EconLit) 27, 56-71.
  23. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2009, Does Rewarding Failure Matter? International Research Journal of Finance and Economics (EconLit) 25, 41-52.
  24. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2009, Do Reputational Capital Boards Enhance Corporate Reputation? International Research Journal of Finance and Economics (EconLit) 23, 89-103.
  25. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2008, Does Corporate Disclosure Quality Help? International Research Journal of Finance and Economics (EconLit) 21, 150-157.
  26. Chien, Andy*, Hsiu-I Ting, Horace Chueh, 2008, Managerial Discretion in Information Disclosures and Skewness of Stock Returns, Management Review (TSSCI), 27(3), 65-92. In Chinese.
  27. Ting, Hsiu-I*, 2008, Does the Effect of Corporate Governance Exist in IPOs? Review of Securities and Futures Markets (TSSCI), 20(1), 191-228. In Chinese.