Faculty Profile for Dr. Ha-Chin Yi

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Dr. Ha-Chin Yi
Professor — Finance & Economics
MCOY 517
phone: (512) 245-3251

Selected Scholarly/Creative Work

  • Chang, K., Li, Y., & Yi, H.-C. (n.d.). Does Geographic Proximity Change the Passiveness of Equity Ownership by Bank Trust? International Review of Finance.
  • Bae, S. C., Chang, K., & Yi, H.-C. (2018). Are More Corporate Social Investments Better? Evidence of Non-Linearity Effect on Costs of U.S. Bank Loans. Global Finance Journal, 38, 82–96.
  • Bae, S. C., Chang, K., & Yi, H.-C. (2018). Corporate Social Responsibility, Credit Rating, and Private Debt Contracting:  New Evidence from Syndicated Loan Market. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 50(1), 261–299.
  • Johnson, W. F., & Yi, H.-C. (2017). Do Target Date Mutual Funds Meet Their Targets? Journal of Asset Management, 18(7), 566–579.
  • Bae, S. C., Chang, K., & Yi, H.-C. (2016). The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility Activities on Corporate Financing: A Case of Bank Loan Covenants. Applied Economics Letters, 23(17).

Selected Awards

  • Award / Honor Recipient: Dean Nominee for the Presidential Award for Teaching, Texas State University. 2018
  • Award / Honor Recipient: Best in Track Award - Financial Markets, Academy of Finance. April 18, 2018 - April 20, 2018
  • Award / Honor Recipient: Dean Nominee for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Scholarly/Creative Activities, Texas State University-San Marcos. 2012
  • Award / Honor Recipient: Outstanding Research Award, Korean Securities Association/Samsung Securities Co., Ltd. December 2011
  • Award / Honor Recipient: Dean Nominee for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Scholarly/Creative Activities, Texas State University-San Marcos. 2010

Selected Grants

  • Yi, Ha-Chin. Research Enhancement Grant, $8000. (Funded: 2008). Grant.
  • Yi, Ha-Chin. McCoy College Development Fund. (Funded: 2013 - 2014). Grant.
  • Becerra, Enrique P, Mogab, John W, Blanco, Ivan, Yi, Ha Chin, Zank, Gail Marie. Business and International Education Program Grant, U.S. Dept. of Education, Federal, $163233. (Funded: 2006 - 2009). Grant.
  • Yi, Ha-Chin, Ott, Steven. Using the Real Options Approach to Explain and Predict Development: An Econometric Model of Real Estate Supply and Demand in South Carolina, Center for Applied Real Estate Education and Research at the University of South Carolina, State, $10000. (Funded: 2000). Grant.

Selected Service Activities

Discussant
Conference on Asia-Pacific Financial Market
2018-Present
Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer
Emerging Markets Finance and Trade
2018-Present
Reviewer for Professor Thanh Ngo's Promotion Application
East Carolina University
2018-Present
Reviewer for Professor Liuling Liu's Promotion Application
Bowling Green State University
2018-Present
Reviewer for Professor Sang Baum Kang's Promotion Application
Illinois Institute of Technology
2018-Present