Announcement

 

The 8th NCTU International Finance Conference  
第八屆交通大學財務金融國際研討會
 

 

       時間(Date):104113星期二)8:30 AM --18:00 PM
                                  
(8:30 AM ~18:00 PM, Tuesday, January 13, 2014) 
       地點(Location):國立交通大學光復校區電子與資訊研究中心1樓
                                            (
1st floor, Microelectronics and Information Systems    

                                              Research Center, Kuang-Fu Campus, NCTU)

 

       Paper Submission

 

The deadline for paper submission is November 15, 2014.

Authors should send a Word or PDF file of their completed paper in English.

Each submission should have the following on the cover page:

1.     Title of the paper

2.     Author’s name, affiliation and E-mail address

 

On the second page of the paper should be an abstract.

Only electronic submissions will be accepted to cflee@mail.nctu.edu.tw.

Authors will be notified of the review committee’s decision by November 30, 2014.

      

       Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

Issues of WTO

Corporate Governance

Financial Engineering

Executive Compensation Schemes

Venture Capital

Market Microstructure

Financial Reform after Financial Crisis

Derivative Securities

Debt & Equity Markets

Managed Funds

Bank Risk Management

New Basel Capital Accord

Marketing

Production

Business Policies

Management Information Systems

Accounting

health care

Contract Design & Financial Intermediation

Actuarial Science and Insurance

Lessons Learned from 

Bank Failure Management

Financial Market & 

Economic Development

Real Estate Finance &

 Mortgaged-Backed Securities

Corporate Finance and Restructuring

 

 

       Publication Note

To be considered for publication, the author should formally submit his/her paper to http://www.editorialmanager.com/requ and send US$150 submission fee (check to be made payable to RQFA) to the following address. Professor Lee will decide the paper will be published in RQFA, RPBFMP, AFPF, AIAPM or AQAFA in accordance with the reviewer’s comments.

Prof. Cheng-Few Lee

73 Hidden lake drive

North Brunswick

New Jersey 08902, USA

   

      Conference Organizers:

        Department of Information Management and Finance, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

        Foundation of Pacific Basin Financial Research and Development, Taiwan

        Rutgers University, USA

       

       Conference Co-Directors:

        Cheng-Few Lee, Rutgers University, USA

        Tian-Shyr Dai, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

    

      No Conference Registration Fee

 

Key Conference due dates

Submissions Due: 15 November, 2015

Acceptance Notification: 30 November, 2015

Conference: 13 January, 2015

 

The 23rd Annual Conference on

Pacific Basin Finance, Economics,

Accounting, and Management

 

will be held on 16-17 July, 2015

in Saigon Technology University,

Hochiminh City, Vietnan

Theme of the Conference:

Impacts of Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement (TPP) on the financial and banking services in Asian and other Pacific basin regions and countries will be discussed. Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Governance, Privatization and Risk Management will also be covered

Overview:

On July 16th and 17th, 2015, in Hochiminh City, Vietnam, the HCMC The Saigon Technology University and The State University of New Jersey Rutgers will jointly welcome over 200 enthusiastic participants to the International Conference about “Impacts of Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement (TPP) on financial and banking services and management in Asian and other pacific basin regions and countries”.

Conference Organizers:

Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, USA

Saigon  Technology University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Foundation of Pacific Basin Financial Research and Development, Taiwan

Partner Institutions:

Ho Chi Minh City Institute for Development Studies

University of Technology - Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City University of Economics

University of Economics and Law - Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City

Sponsors:

Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, USA

Saigon  Technology University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Foundation of Pacific Basin Financial Research and Development, Taiwan

Program Co-Directors:

Cheng-Few Lee, Rutgers University, USA

Cao Hao Thi, Saigon Technology University, Vietnam

Program Committee Members:

Lailani L. Alcantara, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan

Marc Bremer, Nanzan University, Japan

Ivan Brick, Rutgers Business School, USA

Stephen J. Brown, New York University, USA

Chuang-Chang Chang, National Central University, Taiwan

Sheng-Syan Chen, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Michael Chng, Deakin University, Australia

Huimin Chung, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

Michael Drew, Grififth University, Australia

Le Nguyen Hau, HCM City University of Technology, Vietnam

Nguyen Trong Hoai, HCMC University of Economics, Vietnam

Yasuo Hoshino, Aichi University and University of Tsukuba, Japan

Akira Ishikawa, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan

Bikki Jaggi, Rutgers University, USA

Mizanur Rahman Khondaker, Nanzan University, Japan

Shu-hsing Li, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Tran Du Lich, Deputy of Congressional delegation of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Hsuan-Chu Lin, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Dao Van Luong, Saigon Technology University, Vietnam

Yaw Mensah, Rutgers University, USA

Vuong Duc Hoang Quan, HCMC Institute for Development Studies, Vietnam

Truong Quang Mui, Saigon Technology University, Vietnam

Chien-chung Nieh, Tamkang University, Taiwan

Nurul Zarirah Nizam, Aichi University and University of Technical Malaysia, Malaysia

Dan Palmon, Rutgers University, USA

Pham Phu, HCM City University of Technology, Vietnam

Yong Shi, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Tran Dac Sinh, Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HOSE), Vietnam

Ralph E. Steuer, University of Georgia, USA and HCM City University of Technology, Vietnam

Hans Stoessel, Asian Institute of Technology Vietnam, Vietnam

Frederic William Swierczek, Asian Institute of Technology Vietnam, Vietnam

Farhad Taghizadeh, Keio University, Japan

Khee Giap Tan, National University of Singapore, Singapore

John KC Wei, Hong Kong University of Science &Technology, Hong Kong

Chunchi Wu, University of Buffalo, USA

Tsung-ming Yeh, Akita International University, Japan

Gillian Yeo, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Conference Objectives:

Vietnam is currently in negotiations to join in Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement (TPP). This event opens many opportunities and challenges to Vietnamese businesses in expanding their relationship to the world market, and also puts challenges for their sustainability. In more general sense, these challenges come to all Asian Countries and other Pacific basin regions as these countries  integrate into open market. Businesses in these countries as well as financing, banking institutions must change their structure, corporate management, product/service quality, competitive positions to work effectively in a network of world businesses and to grow with the growths of economies. Lessons, thoughts or researches in these fields from the countries and businesses in this region are valuable and need to be shared for the development of all.

 

Hence, The State University of New Jersey Rutgers (USA) and The Saigon Technology University of Technology (Vietnam) have joined together to hold the International Conference on “Impacts of Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement (TPP) on financial and banking services and management in Asian and other pacific basin regions and countries” on July 16th and 17th, 2015 at Saigon Technology University, Hochiminh City, Vietnam.

The objectives of the Conference are:

-To bring to Vietnam professors, experts in economic, financing, banking, and management fields, leaders in businesses who have deep understandings, experiences, thoughts, or researches on the impacts of TPP to the countries, businesses to organize a Conference to share with each other the knowledge, experiences, particularly, in the fields of financing, banking services, corporate management, privatization, risk management.

-To offer an opportunity to establish a network of professors, experts to share knowledge, research/ thought results and/or to perform joined researches.

-To provide businesses/institutions chances to meet and discuss with professors, experts for solutions/suggestions to their own matters. This will initiate links between academic institutions and businesses.

-To give Vietnamese Universities and Businesses/institutions more understandings each other and jointly prepare to overcome challenges when participation TPP.

Conference Scope:

The Conference will feature conceptual and empirical papers that examine the opportunities, challenges, and frontiers facing businesses/institutions in integration into TPP as well as manuscripts on experiences, thoughts in these matters. Subject areas might include, but are not limited so, the followings:

-The impacts of TPP to businesses/institutions in term of competition, products/service quality, knowledge, information, organizational structure, human resources, technologies, operational management, customer satisfactions, supply chains, logistics to name just a few.

-Advantages to businesses when operated in open markets, case studies on successful businesses when expanding from local market to world market.

-The criteria for a product/service to be of world market and requirements, especially, structure/performance of world class businesses.

-Lessons from businesses having operated in TPP with respect to competition, disputes, financing, banking, risk management, corporate governance…

-Changes needed to work in open market: financing, banking services, corporate governance, information/knowledge management, decision support systems…Scope and depth of changes of businesses/institutions, change practicability.

-Directions, suggestions for change process in businesses/institutions: Change models, change process management, objectives, and strategies…

-Financing and banking services: Debt & equity market, restructure, policies, venture capital, real estate finance, auditing, banking risk management…

-Practical situations facing Vietnamese businesses: Recognition of the situations, alternative solutions, and business improvements.

-Network of Asian pacific region businesses: Possibilities, advantages, challenges.

-Network of professors, experts: Possibilities, objectives, and roles in separate/jointly research as well as in supporting business development.

 

Some specific topics of interest are presented in following table.

Issue of TPP

Corporate Governance

Financing engineering

Executive Compensation Schemes.

Venture Capital

Market Microstructure

Financial Reform after Financial Crisis

Derivative Securities.

Debt & Equity Markets

Managed Funds

Bank Risk Management

New Basel Capital Accord

Marketing

Production

Business Policies

Management Information Systems

Accounting

Auditing & Taxation

Contract Design & Financial Intermediation

Actuarial Science and Insurance

Lessons Learned from Bank Failure Management.

Financial Market & Economic Development

Real Estate Finance & Mortgaged – Backed Securities

Corporate Finance and Restructuring.

Style may include:

-Conceptual papers (for instance, reviewing trends or positioning new issues and models for financing, banking service, reform/restructuring, corporate governance, risk management, knowledge/information management, economic development…)

- Case studies (for examples, reporting best practices in corporate governance, financial/banking service provision, business/market restructuring, successful businesses in integration into open market, successful practices in Vietnam…).

Original research (for instance, marketing, distribution channel, logistics, knowledge acquisition, information management, customer service, world class manufacturing, banking/financing services for SMEs in open market…)

 

Conference Registration Fee:

-        US$ 300 Early bird Registration due: 01 April 2015

 

-        US$ 400 Final Registration Due: 01 May 2015

 

-        Please send conference registration fee pay to order of Saigon Technology University,

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to following address: 

Account Name: TRUONG DAI HOC CONG NGHE SAI GON

                          (Saigon Technology University)

Account Number: 23232469

Swift Code: ASCBVNVX

At Bank: Asia Commercial Bank (ACB),

              Branch Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Important Notes for Publications:

In order to be considered for publication, the author should formally submit her/his paper to Professor Cheng Few Lee, along with a submission fee of US$ 150 (check to be made payable to RQFA). Professor Lee will decide which paper is going to publish in RQFA, RPBFMP, or AQAFA in accordance with the reviewer’s comments. This fee should be sent to the following address:

 

Professor Cheng-Few Lee

73 Hidden lake drive,

North Brunswick, New Jersey 08902

USA

The paper submission should be sent in a Word or PDF file in English before March 01, 2015 to the following addresses: lee@rbsmail.rutgers.edu or cflee@mail.nctu.edu.tw for Prof. Dr. Cheng F. Lee and thi.caohao@stu.edu.vn for Dr. Cao Hao Thi. Please be noted that only electronic submissions will be accepted.

Key Conference due dates

Submissions Due: 01 March 2015

Acceptance notification: 08 March 2015

US$ 300 Early bird Registration due: 01 April 2015

US$ 400 Final Registration Due: 01 May 2015

Conference: 16 - 17 July 2015

 

 

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Annual Publications:

Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting (RQFA)

 

Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies (RPBFMP)

 

Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting (AQAFA)

Advances in Financial Planning and Forecasting (AFPF)

Advances in Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management (AIAPM)

Vita of
Cheng-Few Lee

Books published by
Cheng-Few Lee

 

Siwei Cheng Award in Quantitative Management for 2013

 

Interview from Insight Taiwan 年代數字臺灣節目訪談-Prof.
Cheng-Few Lee

 

Basel III - The new Capital Rules

 

Dr. Cheng Few Lee's Speech materials

 

 

 

Foundation of Pacific Basin Financial Research and Development, Taiwan (財團法人亞太金融研究發展基金會)

 

 

 

Center for Pacific Basin Business, Economics, and Finance Research

 

 

 

20th Anniversary Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting

Friday, November 13, 2009

Saturday, November 14, 2009

 

Instructor's Manual for  "Financial Analysis Planning and Forecasting"

 

Instructor's Manual for  ""Security Analysis, Portfolio Management and Financial Derivatives"

 

The 7th NCTU International Finance Conference and
Celebration for Professor Cheng-Few Lee’s Forty-year Teaching Career