In Loving Memory of Prof. Melvin J. Hinich: III

Prof. Melvin Hinich passed away on Sept 7, 2010, but his legacy still lives on today. I continue to receive emails from researchers around the

Free World Bank Database

One of the difficulties that I face in UMS is when asking students to do research-oriented project paper. The main obstacle is data accessibility, because

Dataset for Financial Development

In my earlier posting, I recommended the website of Yongfu Huang which contains excellent resources for research on financial development (click here). Currently, my undergraduate

Stock Market Liberalization II

In my previous posting (click here), I provided an overview of the stock market liberalization indicators in the existing literature. This post will share some

‘Noise’ Researchers

In 1986, Fischer Black delivered his presidential address to the American Finance Association, with an elegant title “Noise” (click here to see the published version

Statistical Tests for Weak-Form Market Efficiency

Over the years, I received numerous email enquiries on topics related to market efficiency. My survey article in Journal of Economic Surveys provides a useful

Articles in Press (as of October 2012)

This page provides a quick access to my papers in press. They can be cited using the DOI provided by the publishers.

Annual Review of Financial Economics

This is a journal that I highly recommend to those interested in financial economics (click here). The editors are Andrew Lo and Robert Merton, both

Adaptive Markets Hypothesis Appears in Malaysian Press

I was surprised and excited to learn that the AMH was featured in the Malaysian Press (The Star, click here or here). The AMH, proposed

My PhD Thesis

I started my PhD study at Monash University on 15 October 2005 after receiving a staff scholarship from Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS). My thesis, under the supervision of