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Minje Jung

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Phone: (405) 974-2831
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Biographical Info

Dr. Jung teaches courses in corporate finance, investments and international finance. His research includes risk incentive agency theory, bond convexity and foreign exchange markets.

Education

  • Ph.D., Finance, Florida State University
  • MBA, Seoul National University
  • B.S., Animal Science, Seoul National University

Publications

Jung, M., Epplin, M., Ice, R. D. (in press). The Impact of Unfunded Pension Liabilities on Agency Costs of Debt and Structure.To appear in Mustang Journal of Accounting and Finance, 1.

Jung, M., Ice, R. D., Black, S., Shaw, R. (2010). Does Agency Costs of Debt Affect the Bond Convexity?Mustang Journal of Business and Ethics, 1(2010), 86-98. mustangjournals.com

Jung, M., Ellis, R., Epplin, M. (2010). Effects of Call Provisions and Sale and Lease-back Restrictions on Agency Costs of Debt.International Journal of Business Accounting and Finance, 4(2, Summer 2010). iabpad.com

Jung, M., Ellis, R., Epplin, M. (2009). Can Agency Costs be Reduced Without Explicit Protective Covenants? The Case of Restrictions on the Sale and Lease-back Arrangments. Journal of Business and Behavioral Science, 21(1), 118-129. http://www.asbbs.org/publications.html

Jung, M., Black, S. (2009). Bond Rating and Convexity:Comparison between Upgrades and Downgrades. Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 43(Spring 2009), 1 – 4. mwsu.edu

Jung, M., Black, S. (2008). Do Bond Ratings Enhance Convexity?Journal of Business and Accounting, 1(1), 95-103. asbbs.org

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