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October 21, 2017
Canadian Excellence
Dr. Tony Tang

Dr. Ning (Tony) Tang

Associate Professor (Finance)

Contact Information
Phone: 519.884.0710 ext.2479
Fax: 519.884.0201
Office Location: SBE3253
Office Hours: Fall 2012: by appointment (On Sabbatical)
Academic Background
BA (Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics), MBA (Rochester Institute of Technology), PhD (University of Hawaii)

Dr. Tang joined the Lazaridis School of Business & Economics, Wilfrid Laurier University in 2005. His research interests include market microstructure, corporate finance, financial markets and institutions, investments, and behavioral finance. 

Additional Information


- Signalling via Stock Splits: Evidence from Short Interest (with Fabricio Perez and Andriy Shkilko)

- IPO Pricing and Wealth Allocation (with Perez, Fabricio and Andriy Shkilko)

- Market-wide Sentiment, Underwriter Quality, and IPO Pricing (with C. Campbell Y. Du, and G. Rhee)

- Investor sentiment and IPO underpricing: Evidence from China (with Fabricio Perez and Andriy Shkilko)


- Quote competitiveness, 100-share quotes, and decimalization, Tang, Ning, G. Stone, and A. Shkilko, 2011, The Financial Review 46, 89-101

- Preferenced trading, quote competition, and market quality: Evidence from decimalization on the NYSE, Huang, Wei, G. Rhee, and Ning Tang, 2010, The Financial Review 45, 523-540

- How does the call market method affect price efficiency? Evidence from the Singapore stock market, Chang, Rosita, G. Rhee, G. Stone, and Ning Tang, 2008, Journal of Banking and Finance 32, 2205-2219

- Competition for order flow: A Reexamination of the SECís 1997 Order Handling Rules, Rhee, Ghon and Ning Tang, 2012, Finance and Accounting, forthcoming