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Ning (Tony) Tang
Biography / Academic Background
Tang joined the School of Business and Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University in 2005. He received his PhD from the University of Hawaii and MBA from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Research Interests / Ongoing Projects
Tang’s research interests include market microstructure, initial public offerings, financial markets, investments and behavioral finance.
Rhee, Ghon and Ning Tang. “Competition for order flow: A Reexamination of the SEC’s 1997 Order Handling Rules.” Finance and Accounting. (2013).
Tang, Ning, G. Stone, and A. Shkilko. “Quote competitiveness, 100-share quotes, and decimalization.” The Financial Review. (2011).
Huang, Wei, G. Rhee, and Ning Tang. “Preferenced trading, quote competition, and market quality: Evidence from decimalization on the NYSE.” The Financial Review. (2010).
Chang, Rosita, G. Rhee, G. Stone, and Ning Tang. “How does the call market method affect price efficiency? Evidence from the Singapore stock market.” Journal of Banking and Finance. (2008).
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