Dr. Francis Cai
Office: VRB 3028
Office Hours: by appointment
Department: Economics, Finance and GlobalBus
Area Specialization: My research interests include studying the behavior of emerging markets, investigating the earning and stock return models, and modeling foreign direct investment and economic growth.
Ph.D. (Financial Economics) The City University of New York, 1990.
M.S (Systems Engineering) Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 1986
B.S.(Automation Control) Shanghai Jiao Tong University1982
Representative Publications and Presentations
Refereed Journal Articles
Xu, L., Cai, F. C. (2016). Value Relevance of Earnings, Book Value, Revenue, and R&D. Business Review, Cambridge, 24(1), 91-97.
Xu, L., Cai, F. C. (2014). High-tech Valuation and Goodwill. Competition Forum, 12(1), 66-72.
Cai, F. C., Xu, L., Zhang, G. (2014). The Impact Of Weekly Options On The Stock Returns and Volatility. International Journal of Finance, 26(1).
Zhang, G., Chen, H., Cai, F. C. (2014). Stock Clustering Effect from Weekly Equity Options. Journal of Economics, Business and Management, 2(2), 112-124.
Cai, F. C., Wong, C. H. (2010). The Effect of IFRS Adoption on Global Market Integration. International Journal of Business and Economics Research, 9(10), 25-34.
Xu, L., Cai, F. C. (2009). Before and After 2000: Revenue and High Tech Valuation. Competitiveness Review: an international business journal, 19(1), 26-35.
Cai, F. C., Xu, L. (2014). The impact of institutional traders on stock option pinning. Shanghai: Annual Shanghai Business, Economics and Finance Conference.
Xu, L., Cai, F. C. (2014). Relevance of Revenues and R&D in Valuing High-tech Firms. New Jersey: 2014 IMRA-Kean International Conference.
Cai, F. C., Xu, L., Chen, H., Zhang, G. (2013). The Impact Of Weekly Options On The Stock Returns and Volatility. World Finance and Banking Symposium E-Proceedings.
Xu, L., Cai, F. C. (2011). The Impairment of Goodwill. Atlantic City, NJ: Academy of International Business North-East USA Chapter 2011.