Joseph Cheng

Retired Associate Professor, Finance/International Business

Title

Presentations

Note: Presentations published in conference proceedings are listed as Publications.

“A CAPM Valuation Model for Closed End Fund,” with Abraham Mulugetta, presented at the 2010 Conference of the Association for Global Business.  (Outstanding Paper Award).

“Differentiating Bullish from Bearish Factors in the Arbitrage Pricing Theory,” presented at the 2010 Conference sponsored by the Clute Institute for Academic Research (January 2010).

“Discounted Third Order Serial Correlation” presented at the 62nd Annual Conference of the New York State Economic Association (Oct 2009).

“Optimal Weights for Accounting Earnings and Cash Flows for Explaining Share Price”, with Innocent Nyakangoma at the 35th Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association Feb 28, 2009

“Serial Correlation Coefficient as a Dependent Variable”, at the 34th Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Assoication, March 9, 2008

“Economic Cycle and Optimal Timing for Investment”,(with Lippert and Lewis) Presented at the 61st Annual Meeting of the New York Econiomic Associaton. October 11, 2008.

“A Financial Model for Optimizing Output Under Demand Uncertainty,” with R. Zaman, at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association, Feb 23, 2007.

"A Formula for Optimal Capital Structure Under Constant Growth", with Brammhankar, at the Annual Conference of the Eastern Finance Association April 20, 2006.

“A Model on Optimal Quality Improvement for Small Parts”, with Don Simmons. Presented at the 59th Annual Meeting of the New York Economics Association, September 2006

“Are the Discounts for Closed-End Funds Big Enough?” co-authored with Abraham Mulugetta at the 2005 Hawaii International Conference on Business at Honolulu May 28, 2005

“Two Stage Health Insurance Polices- a Proposal and a Cost Analysis” coauthored with Jeff Ives at the 58th Annual Meeting of the New York State Economics Association. (Oct 8, 2005).

“Applying Corporate Financial Theory to Municipal Financial and Capital Budgeting Decisions,”coauthored with Vidgis Boasson and Emil Boasson, presented at the 24th Annual Meeting of the North East Section of Regional Science Association. (Nov 1, 2004).

“Integrating Financial Theory in to Curriculum Assessment,” coauthored with Movassaghi, presented at the 57th Annual Meetings of the New York State Economics Association (October 2004).

“Analyzing New York as a Leading Indicator for Economics of Other States,” coauthored with Vigdis Boasson, presented at the 57th Annual Meetings of the New York State Economics Association (October 2004).

"The Stock Market Performance of New York State Municipal Bond Funds," with Boasson, V., 23rd Annual Conference of the Regional Science Association, Binghamton, NY, November 2003.

"A Model for Evaluating the Tradeoff Between Earnings Per Share and Financial Leverage," Eastern Economic Association, February 2003.

"Deriving the Economic Run Quantity in a Perfectly Competitive Market," with Simmons, D., MSOM Conference, Cornell University, June 2002.

"Treating One Case of Omitted Variable as Shifting Beta," 28th Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association, Boston, March 2002.

"Developing a Non-Linear Serial Correlation Model," 27th Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association, New York City, 2001.

"Developing a Non-Linear Serial Correlation Model," 27th Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association, New York City (2001).

"Examining the Relationship Between Euroyen and Eurodollar in the Futures Market," Academy of International Business Northeast Regional Meeting, Ithaca, NY, June 10, (2000).