Dr TAN, Weiqiang   譚偉強
Associate Professor
Department of Social Sciences
Phone No: (852) 2948 8540
Email: wqtan@eduhk.hk
Contact
ORCiD
0000-0002-6466-7002
Phone
(852) 2948 8540
Email
wqtan@eduhk.hk
Scopus ID
35212045500
ResearcherID
C-7232-2019
Research Interest

Corporate Social Responsibility, Household finance, Financial Technology, Sustainable Finance

Professional Profile

Dr. Tan is an Associate Professor in the Department of Social Sciences. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Atmospheric Science from Nanjing University and a Ph.D. in finance from the Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China.

Prior to joining Education University, Dr. Tan taught at the Hong Kong Baptist University, where he had served as Director of the Master of Science in Applied Accounting and Finance Programme in the Department of Finance and Decision Sciences.

His research interests focus on Corporate social responsibility, Household finance, and Financial Technology. His research papers have been published in the international peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of Financial Economics, Management Science, Financial Management, Journal of Buesiness Ethics, and Journal of Banking and Finance. He has extensive experience in providing consultancy service to the industrial enterprises. He has received the Faculty Awards for Outstanding Performance in Teaching (Individual Award) 2018/19.

Research Interest

Corporate Social Responsibility, Household finance, Financial Technology, Sustainable Finance

Selected Output

Journal Publications
Cheung, Y.-L., Tan, W. and Wang, W. (2021). Where do banks value corporate social responsibility (CSR) more? Evidence on the role of national culture. Journal of Banking and Finance, 118, 1-20.
Cheung, Y.-L., P. R. Rau, A. Stouraitis, and W. Tan (2021). Does the market understand the ex-ante risk of expropriation by controlling shareholders?. Journal of Corporate Finance, 1, 1-40.
Tan, W. and J. Zhang (2021). Good days, bad days: Stock market fluctuation and taxi tipping decisions. Management Science, 1, 1-40.
Cheung, Y.-L., I. Haw, W. Tan, and W. Wang (2021). Auditor Appointment Strategy and Intragroup Value Transfers: Evidence from Family Business Groups. Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, forthcoming, 1-40.
Chen, F., Chen, X., Tan, W., and Zheng, L., (2020). Religiosity and cross-country differences in trade credit use. Accounting and Finance, 60, 909-941.
Dai, Y., Rau, P.R., Stouraitis, A., and Tan, W. (2020). An ill wind? Terrorist attacks and CEO compensation. Journal of Financial Economics, 135, 379-398.
Tan, W., Tsang, A., Wang, W., and Zhang, W., (2020). Corporate social responsibility reporting and the choice between bank debt and public debt. Accounting Horizons, 34, 151-173.
Cheung, Y.L., W. Tan, and W. Wang (2018). National stakeholder orientation, corporate social responsibility and bank loan cost. Journal of Business Ethics, 150, 505-524.
Cheung, Y.L., Y.o Dai, Z. Ouyang, and W. Tan, (2018). Who leaves money on the table? The role of founder identity in Hong Kong. Applied Economics, 50, 774-788.
Cheung, Y.L. Y. Dang, P. Jiang, T. Lu, and W. Tan (2018). Does the market care about investor protection practices in China?. Applied Economics, 50, 492-509.

Project

Host Country's Economic Policy Uncertainty and Bank Loan Contracting
The project investigates whether and how lenders react to the change of host country EPU the globalized firm faces and change the borrowers’ loan contracting terms.
Project Start Year: 2021, Principal Investigator(s): TAN, Weiqiang 譚偉強
 
Limited Attention and Asset Mispricing: Model and Evidence in China
This project investigates how the investor's inattention affects asset mispricing. We will develop theoretical model and provide empirical evidence on the effect of limited attention on the capital market efficiency.
Project Start Year: 2021, Principal Investigator(s): TAN, Weiqiang 譚偉強
 
Human Capital Mobility and Analyst Forecast Accuracy
This project investigate how the human capital mobility affects the analyst forecast accuracy in the US.
Project Start Year: 2020, Principal Investigator(s): TAN, Weiqiang 譚偉強
 
The Effect of Terrorist Attack on Household Consumption
This project investigate how the terrorist attack nearby affects the individual's consumption behavior in short-term.
Project Start Year: 2020, Principal Investigator(s): TAN, Weiqiang 譚偉強