Rosemary Luo

Dr. Rosemary Luo

Professor

Finance & Business Economics

CONTACT INFORMATION

BIO

Guo Ying Luo is a Professor at DeGroote School of Business of McMaster University, Canada. Prior to joining McMaster University, She was a faculty at Rutgers Business School of Rutgers University, United States. Her research expertise falls in the areas of economic theory, behavioral finance, investments and financial accounting. She has published numerous single-authored papers in top-ranked journals. In addition, Dr. Luo has published two single-authored research books at advance level. Her work has been invited for presentation in many universities, including the Sloan School of Management at M.I.T., United States. Dr. Luo has organized four conferences on market integrity and market structure and served on Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Adjudication Committee.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

2018

On The Survival Of Conservatism Traders In An Asset Market With Strategic Interaction

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF APPLIED BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo
2017

The Evolution Of Equilibria In Irrational Markets

JOURNAL : THEORETICAL ECONOMICS LETTERS

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo
2013

Accounting Conservatism, Market Liquidity And Informativeness Of Asset Price: Implications On Mark To Market Accounting

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF APPLIED FINANCE AND BANKING

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo
2012

Representativeness Heuristic Can Cause Asset Price Underreaction To New Information In An Asset Market With Strategic Interactions

JOURNAL : INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF APPLIED FINANCE

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo
2012

The Psychological Explanation Of Asset Price Overreaction And Underreaction To New Information: Representativeness Heuristic And Conservatism Bias

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo
2012

Conservatism Bias Can Cause Asset Price Overreaction In A Competitive Security Market

JOURNAL : TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENT IN MANAGEMENT STUDIES

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo
September 2002

Strategic Decision Making Of The Firm Under Asymmetric Information

JOURNAL : REVIEW OF QUANTITATIVE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo, Ivan Brick, Michael Frierman
April 2002

Collective Decision-making And Heterogeneity In Tastes

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC STATISTICS

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo
2002

Strategic Decision Making Of The Firm Under Asymmetric Information

JOURNAL : REVIEW OF QUANTITATIVE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo, Ivan Brick, Michael Frierman
2002

Mutual Fund Fee-setting, Market Structure And Markups

JOURNAL : ECONOMICA

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo
January 2001

On The Survival Of Overconfident Traders In A Competitive Securities Market

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL MARKETS

CONTRIBUTORS: David Hirshleifer, Guoying Luo
November 1998

The Evolution Of Money As A Medium Of Exchange

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC DYNAMICS AND CONTROL

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo
October 1995

Evolution And Market Competition

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC THEORY

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo

Mutual Fund Fee-setting, Market Structure And Markups

JOURNAL : ECONOMICA

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo

Evolution And Monopolistic Competition In An Irrational Industry

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF BIOECONOMICS

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

2013

Asset Price Response To New Information -- The Effects Of Conservatism Bias And Representativeness Heuristic

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo
2013

Where Does Competition Among Irrational Agents Lead The Market?

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo
November 2011

Evolutionary Foundations Of Equilibria In Irrational Markets

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo

Natural Selection And Market Competition

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo

Can Earnings Fixed Traders Hurt The Informativeness Of The Asset Price In A Competitive Asset Market?

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo

Value Irrelevance Of The Reported Earnings And Informativeness Of The Asset Price Under The Conservative Accounting: Implications On Mark To Market Accounting

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo

Accounting Standard Setting And Investors' Learning

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo

Accounting Standard Setting In The Presence Of Uninformed Traders

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo

The Effect Of Tightening Accounting Standards On The Quality Of Reported Earnings And The Level Of Earnings Management

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo

Accounting Conservatism And Asset Prices

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo

Traders' Negativity Bias And The Asymmetrical Asset Price Response To Positive And Negative Information

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo

Accrual Anomaly And Earnings Fixation

CONTRIBUTORS: Guoying Luo