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John R. Nofsinger, Ph.D.

William H. Seward Endowed Chair in International Finance

 Professor of Finance

Contact me at:

Accounting and Finance Department

College of Business & Public Policy

University of Alaska Anchorage

3211 Providence Drive

Anchorage, AK 99508-4614  

 

jnofsinger@alaska.edu

 

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Teaching Materials for:

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Research:

AWARD: The Emerald Literati Network Award for Excellence: Outstanding paper in the Review of Behavioural Finance for 2014. Get the paper here: Pound wise and penny foolish? OTC stock investor behavior

ORCID:0000-0003-0048-4458

See my vita.

or Google Scholar here.

or Social Science Research Network here:

Recent Journal Publications

John R. Nofsinger and Corey Shank, 2019, “DEEP Sleep: The Impact of Sleep on Financial Risk Taking,” Review of Financial Economics, 37, 92-105.

 

Ajit Dayanandan, Han Donker, and John Nofsinger, 2019, “The Role of Caste for Board Membership, CEO, and Interlocking,” Pacific Basin Finance Journal, 54, 29-41.

 

F. Jiang, K. Kim, Yunbiao Ma, J. R. Nofsinger, and B. Shi, 2019, “Corporate Culture and Investment-Cash Flow Sensitivity,” Journal of Business Ethics, 154(2), 425-439. 

 

Wan-Jiun Paul Chiou, Heather Knewtson, and John R. Nofsinger, 2019, “Paying Attention to Social Media,” International Review of Economics and Finance, 59, 106-119.

 

Hongyan Fang, John Nofsinger, Xhibui Song, and Shuxun Wang, 2018, “Private Equity Performance and Capital Flows: Evidence from China,” Emerging Markets Review, 37:223-244.  

 

Iuliia Chepurko, Ajit Dayanandan, Han Donker, and John R. Nofsinger, 2018, “Are Socially Responsible Firms Less Likely to Restate Earnings?” Global Finance Journal, 38, 97-109.

 

Ajit Dayanandan, Han Donker, and John R. Nofsinger, 2018, “Corporate Goodness and Profit Warnings,” Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 51(2), 553-573.

 

Raymond Cox, Ajit Dayanandan, Han Donker, and John R. Nofsinger, 2018, “Confucius Confusion: Analyst Forecast Dispersion and US Business Cycles,” Review of Behavioral Finance, 10(2), 130-145 (lead article).

 

Saif alZahir, Han Donker, and John R. Nofsinger, 2018, “The Political Economy of Human Rights Organizations’ Codes of Ethics,” Journal of Information, Communication & Ethics in Society, 16(1), 61-74.

 

John R. Nofsinger, Fernando M. Patterson, and Corey A. Shank, 2018, “Decision-Making, Financial Risk Aversion, and Behavioral Biases: The Role of Testosterone and Stress,” Economics & Human Biology 29(May), 1-16 (lead article).

Below is a brief overview of my record of scholarship, which is shown in more detail in my CV. 

  • Published or in press 66 peer-reviewed (referred) journal articles in finance, accounting, management, economics, education, and psychology.

  • Authored or co-authored 11 trade books and textbooks that have been translated into 11 languages.

  • Co-edited 2 scholarly books; one on behavioral finance and the other on socially responsible finance.

  • Published 11 non-peer reviewed papers as journal articles, book chapters, monographs, etc.

  • Presented my scholarship 60+ times at universities and conferences. My co-authors have also presented our research dozens of times.

  • Collaborated with over 30 other scholars in various papers and books. These co-authors are from the fields of finance, accounting, and management.

  • Presented 50+ times at practitioner associations, practitioner conferences, businesses, and individual investor associations.

  • Ranked in the top 2% (353 of 17,691) of the most prolific authors publishing in 26 core finance journals during the operiod 1959 to 2008. (Jean L. Heck and Phillip L. Cooley, "Most Prolific Authors in the Finance Literautre: 1959-2008," March 8, 2009. Availale at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1355675

  • Received 6,783 citations of my scholarly work according to Google Scholar, as of February, 2019.

  • Total Social Science Research Network (SSRN) citations ranks at the top 0.82%, as of March 2019 SSRN Author Report.

 ResearchGate RG Score: 26.83, February 2019

 Google Scholar: Citation indices, February 2019

 

All

Since 2014

Citations

6783

3348

h-index

32

25

i10-index

48

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(h-index) is the largest number h such that h publications have at least h citations.

(i10-index) is the number of publications with at least 10 citations.

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My Scholarly Books

Socially Responsible Finance

Socially Responsible Finance and Investment: Financial Institutions, Corporations, Investors, and Activists, Kent Baker and John R. Nofsinger, Editors. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., October, 2012.

Behavioral Finance: Investors, Corporations and Markets, Kent Baker and John R. Nofsinger, Editors. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2010.

BFVietnamese Vietnamese version

 

My Textbooks

"Finance: Applications & Theory," Marcia Cornett, Troy Adair, and John Nofsinger, McGraw-Hill/Irwin

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        CAN_Chinese Chinese version

"M-Finance," Marcia Cornett, Troy Adair, and John Nofsinger, McGraw-Hill/Irwin

M4e4e  MFinance3e3e    M-Finance2e2e    First edition

"Investments: Analysis and Behavior," Mark Hirschey and John Nofsinger, McGraw-Hill/Irwin

2efirst edition

           Chinese version

"Corporate Governance" with Kenneth Kim and Derek Mohr.

3rd edition 2nd edition 1st edition

 International Version Arabic CG Arabic Version  Chinese Version Japanese VersionChinese Version

 

"The Psychology of Investing"

 TPI 6e 6e TPI5e 5e TPI 4ed 4e 3e 2e first edition

                   Korean version      Thai version     Japanese 1ed   Portuguese version Portuguese 2ePolish version Polish version  Japanese 3ed English but sold in China, 4ed International Version 4ed International Edition 4ed TPI_Turkish Turkish version Bulgarian Bulgarian version

  

My Trade Books 

Infectious Greed: Restoring Confidence in America's Companies, with Kenneth Kim 

Investment Blunders: Of the Rich and Famous...and What You Can Learn from Them

Investment Madness: How Psychology Affects Your Investing...And What to Do About It!

             Spanish version Spanish Version