dr. wong wai yan

pensyarah universiti

pusat kajian perniagaan global & ekonomi digital (globde)

 wongwy@ukm.edu.my



   Biografi/ Biography :


  • Research interests: Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Corporate Political Connection, Gender diversity, IR4.0

  • mohd fahmi bin ghazali;khairul bin osman;wong wai yan.  (2024).  new measures of performance index of academicians.  -

     

    wai-yan wong.  (2023).  the value political connections during lockdown.  - the european academy of management (euram) 2023 conference: transforming business for good.  1-22. 

     

    wong wai yan;mohd hasimi bin yaacob;ruzita binti abdul rahim.  (2023).  the effect of fiscal policy announcements on politically connected firms in malaysia: an event study.  -

     

    ahmad monir abdullah, hishamuddin abdul wahab, abul mansur mohammed masih, mariani abdul majid, wai-yan wong.  (2023).  the co-movement of china and us stock indices: a portfolio diversification analysis.  - journal of international studies.  1-35. 

     

    chwee-ming tee, wai-yan wong, chee-wooi hooy.  (2023).  financial sanctions and global stock market reaction: evidence from the russia-ukraine conflict.  - finance research letters.  1-8. 

     

    chwee-ming tee, wai-yan wong, chee-wooi hooy.  (2023).  economic policy uncertainty and carbon footprint: international evidence.  - journal of multinational financial management.  1-23. 

     

    chwee-ming tee, wai-yan wong, chee-wooi hooy.  (2023).  financial sanctions and global stock market reaction: evidence from the russia-ukraine conflict.  - finance research letters.  1-8. 

     

    chwee-ming tee, wai-yan wong, chee-wooi hooy.  (2022).  government power and the value of political connections: evidence from covid-19 economic lockdowns.  - finance research letters.  1-14. 

     

    md aslam mia, lucia dalla pellegrina, wai-yan wong.  (2022).  female participation and financial performance of microfinance institutions: evidence from transition economies.  - development policy review.  1-23. 

     

    ahmad monir abdullah, hishamuddin abdul wahab, abul mansur mohammed masih, mariani abdul majid, wai-yan wong.  (2023).  the co-movement of china and us stock indices: a portfolio diversification analysis.  - journal of international studies.  1-35. 

     

    chwee-ming tee, wai-yan wong, chee-wooi hooy.  (2023).  economic policy uncertainty and carbon footprint: international evidence.  - journal of multinational financial management.  1-23. 

     

    chwee-ming tee, wai-yan wong, chee-wooi hooy.  (2023).  financial sanctions and global stock market reaction: evidence from the russia-ukraine conflict.  - finance research letters.  1-8. 

     

    md aslam mia, lucia dalla pellegrina, wai-yan wong.  (2022).  female participation and financial performance of microfinance institutions: evidence from transition economies.  - development policy review.  1-23. 

     

    chwee-ming tee, wai-yan wong, chee-wooi hooy.  (2022).  government power and the value of political connections: evidence from covid-19 economic lockdowns.  - finance research letters.  1-14. 

     

    mohd fahmi bin ghazali;khairul bin osman;wong wai yan.  (2024).  new measures of performance index of academicians.  -

     

    wai-yan wong, chwee-ming tee, chee-wooi hooy.  (2023).  the value of political connections around the world: evidence from covid-19 economic lockdowns.  - the 25th malaysian finance association international conference 2023 (mfaic2023).  1-19. 

     

    wai-yan wong.  (2023).  the value political connections during lockdown.  - the european academy of management (euram) 2023 conference: transforming business for good.  1-22. 

     

    wai-yan wong.  (2023).  fiscal policy announcements and their effect on politically connected firms in malaysia: an event study.  - the 25th malaysian finance association international conference 2023 (mfaic2023).  1-8. 

     

    wong wai yan;mohd hasimi bin yaacob;ruzita binti abdul rahim.  (2023).  the effect of fiscal policy announcements on politically connected firms in malaysia: an event study.  -