Faculty Profile for Dr. Ha-Chin Yi
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).
- 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
- 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
Conference on Asia-Pacific Financial Market
Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer
Emerging Markets Finance and Trade
Reviewer for Professor Thanh Ngo's Promotion Application
East Carolina University
Reviewer for Professor Liuling Liu's Promotion Application
Bowling Green State University
Reviewer for Professor Sang Baum Kang's Promotion Application
Illinois Institute of Technology