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Shu-Shian Lin

Name & Title

Shu-Shian Lin

Associate Professor

Education

  • PH.D., Management (major in Finance)

Department of Business Administration

National Central University, Taoyuan, Taiwan

Expertise

  • Financial Management
  • Econometrics
  • Derivatives

Experience

  • Associate Professor, Chinese Culture University.
  • Assistant Professor, Chinese Culture University.
  • Visiting Assistant Professor and Scholar, SolBridge International School of Business(Korea)

Publications

Refereed Papers

  1. Lo, K.H, S.E. Ju, S.S. Lin and Y.L. Zheng, 2009, The Performance of Price Momentum and Industry Momentum: An Empirical Study of the Listed Companies in Taiwan., Journal of Business Administration, Vol. 82, pages 24-47
  2. Huang, C.H. and S.S. Lin, 2008, The Impact of WTO on International Interdependence Degree among United States, Korea and China, Applied Financial Economics Letters, vol. 4, issue 6, pages 451-456 (ELI)
  3. Lo, K.H and S.S. Lin, 2010, Comparisons of non-parametric disturbance simulations and Monte Carlo approach, African Journal of Business Management (SSCI). Accepted
  4. Lo, K.H, S.S. Lin, Y.C. Lo and Y.F. Chung, 2010, Macroeconomic Variables, Business Cycle and the Performance of Earnings Momentum, Chung Yuan Management Review, vol. 2, issue 8, pages 73-106
  5. Lo, K.H, S.E. Ju, S.S. Lin, B.R. Lin, C.L Tsai, 2010, The Performances of Short-Term Momentum, Momentum in Explicit News and Information Uncertainty, Management Research. Accepted
  6. Lin, S.S., 2010, Non-parametric pseudo random disturbance simulations and Monte Carlo approach A comparison of simulated option payoffs on Hushen 300 Index, Journal of Risk (SSCI). Under Review
  7. Lin, S.S., 2010, A non-parametric simulation with pseudo random disturbance, and Monte Carlo approach, Journal of Testing and Evaluation (SCI). Under Review
  8. Huang, C.H. and S.S. Lin, 2011, Technology industrial chain between the United States, Taiwan and Japan, Journal  of  Accounting,Finance  &  Management  Strategy (ABI). Under review.
  9. Lee, J.D. and S.S. Lin, 2011, Financial development and economic growth in South Korea: Evidence from cointegrating regression models, Economic Modelling (SSCI). Submit.

Conference Papers

  1. Huang, C.H., C.M. Hsiau and S.S. Lin, 2006, Interrelationships among the technology industry stocks of United States, Taiwan and Japan. 2006 Chinese Institute of Decision Sciences Conference
  2. Huang, C.H. and S.S. Lin, 2007, The Impact of WTO on International Interdependence Degree among United States, Korea and China, Universite de Cergy, Tunisia, French, 2007 IFC4 March Conference
  3. Lo, K.H, S.E. Ju, S.S. Lin and N.F. Tong, 2007, Investment Environment on Net Buying Pressure Hypothesis, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taipei, Taiwan(R.O.C), The Sixth New Idea about Management Academic Conference.
  4. Lo, K.H, S.S. Lin and Y.F. Chung, 2009, The Performance of Earnings Momentum about Macroeconomic Variables and Business Cycle, Tamkang University, Tamsui, Taipei County, Taiwan(R.O.C), The Financial Trend across the Taiwan Straits Conference.
  5. Lo, K.H, S.E. Ju, S.S. Lin, B.R. Lin, C.L Tsai, 2009, Short-Term Momentum Performances-Momentum in Explicit News and Uncertain Information, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taipei, Taiwan(R.O.C), The Eighth New Idea about Management Academic Conference.
  6. Lo, K.H and S.S. Lin, 2010, An unconditional return disturbances simulation, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taipei, Taiwan(R.O.C), The Ninth New Idea about Management Academic Conference.
  7. Huang, C.H. and S.S. Lin, 2011, Effects of High Technology Industry Outsourcing on the Stock Index Lead-Lag Relationships of United States, Taiwan and Japan, India, The Ninth Annual International Smart sourcing Conference (ISSC’09) (submit)

Technological Report & Other Publications

  1. Lin, Shu-Shian, Three Essays on Non-Parametric Pseudo Random Disturbance Simulations and Monte Carlo Approach, Doctoral Dissertation (Adviser: Dr. Lo, Keng- Hsin), Department of Business Administration, National Central University, 2010/09.
  2. Lin, Shu-Shian, Interrelationships among the technology industry stocks of United States, Taiwan and Japan, Master's Thesis(Adviser: Dr. Huang, Chia-Hsing), Department and Graduate institute of Finance, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, 2007/06.
  3. The Research on The Scope of Ocean Industry and Survey Method, (98-06 ; Researcher), Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan, Republic of China.
  4. Policy Development and Question Service on Small and Medium Enterprise Administration-The Route Construction of Local Product and Co-Brand Popularization (Progressing ; Researcher), Small and Medium Enterprise Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Executive Yuan, Republic of China.

 

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