Chee K. Ng

Professor of finance

Major refereed publications
       Ng, Chee, July 2017, Ten computational or semantic issues in the teaching of finance, International Journal of Applied Finance, vol. VIII, issue 7, pp. 408-13.
       Ng, Chee, July 2017, Link between currency swaps and interest rate swaps, International Research Journal of Applied Finance, vol. VIII, issue 7, 1-6, ISSN 2229-6891, Case study series.
       Ng, Chee, June 2017, An analysis of mortgage point payment, breakeven duration of ownership, cost of point payment and personal marginal tax rate, International Research Journal of Applied Finance, vol. VIII, issue 6, pp. 333-41.
       Ng, Chee, and Mitchell Ng, December 2015, Alpha investing in oil firms: an augmentation to passive investing, International Research Journal of Applied Finance, vol. VI, issue 12, pp. 753-60.
       Ng, Chee, and Mitchell Ng, Fall/Winter 2015,  Final step in the pathway to green, Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal, vol. 34, no. 3, pp. 34-9.
       Ng, Chee, 2015, Dichotomous choice between a hybrid and an all-electric car: a capital budgeting analysis, International Research Journal of Applied Finance, vol. VI, issue 8, 1-4, ISSN:2229-6891, Case study series.
      Huang, Qian, and Chee Ng, Nov/Dec 2013, "Decimal placing setting and error in AMORT function in Texas Instruments BA-II Plus calculator," American Journal of Business Education, vol. 6, no. 6, pp. 573-5.
      Charoenwong, Charlie, and Chee Ng, March 2013, "Implication of downside beta: empirical evidence of four Asian tigers," China-USA Business Review, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 254-66.
      Huang, Qian, and Chee Ng, 2012, Financial pathway to green, Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal , vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 29-34.
      Ng, Chee, 2009, "Error in MIRR estimate using Texas Instrument(R) BAII Plus Professional," Journal of Financial Education ," vol. 35, Fall, pp. 23-4.
      Ng, Chee K., and Kenneth K. Ng, 2009, "Parallelism in hedging and pricing of equity and currency options," Business Studies Journal , vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 1-6.
      Charoenwong, Charlie, and Chee Ng, December 2009, "Benefits of co-trading: evidence from Australia and Singapore Stock Exchanges," Capital Markets Review, vol. 17, no. 1&2, pp. 79-102.
      Ng, Chee K., 2006, "An alternate proof of the Modigliani- Miller dividend-irrelevance theorem," Advances in Financial Education, vol. 4, pp. 90-6.
      Ng, Chee K., 2006, "Effects of litigation on investment returns," Bank Accounting and Finance, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 35-8.
      Ng, Chee K., 2005, "State of New York versus ten investment bankers," Journal of Investment Compliance, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 71-5.
      Ng, Chee K., 2002, "Returns and variance parities of the ASEAN-5 country funds and international index investments," The International Journal of Finance, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 2244-56.
      Ng, Chee K., 2001, "Similarity between the Fisher Separation Theorem and the Two-Fund Separation Theorem," Journal of Financial Education , vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 10-15.
      Allen, Paul W., Chee K. Ng, September 2001, "Self-interest among CPA's may influence their moral reasoning," Journal of Business Ethics , vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 29-35.
      Ng, Chee K., Janet Kilholm Smith, Richard L. Smith, June 1999, "Evidence on the determinants of credit terms used in interfirm trade," The Journal of Finance , vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 1109-29.
      Allen, Paul W., Chee K. Ng, March 1997, "Financial stake and support of banning trade names, commissions, referral fees and contingent fees," Accounting Horizons , vol. 11, no. 1, 1- 6.
      Ng, Chee K., Richard L. Smith, March 1996, "Determinants of contract choice: the use of warrants to compensate underwriters of seasoned equity issues, The Journal of Finance , vol. 51, no. 1, pp. 363-80.

 

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Email address: ng@fdu.edu


Short Abstract

Chee K. Ng 黄治强 earned the Bachelor of Engineering degree from the National University of Singapore, MBA from the Northern Arizona University, and Ph.D. in Finance from the Arizona State Univeristy. He teaches finance to both MBA and undergraduate students. His research focuses on Investments, Financial Management, Global Finance and pedagogical issues in Finance. He chairs the University Faculty Senate's Handbook Committee, and he's on sabbatical leave in the spring 2016 semester.

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