Xing Huang is currently an assistant professor of the Department of Finance at the Broad College of Business, Michigan State University. She received a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley in 2013, and a B.A. (2005) and a M.A. (2007) in Finance from Peking University in China. Xing's research focuses on behavioral finance, asset pricing and household finance. She is interested in empirically characterizing how market participants behave, and identifying how these (non-standard) behaviors can improve our understanding on the pricing of the financial market. In her recent work, she studies the effect of investors' limited attention on market slow incorporation of multinational firms' foreign information, the impact of prior investment experience on subsequent stock purchases within industries, investors' risk attitude implied by mutual fund flows, the effect of housing price expectations on the timing of first-home purchases, and the investor foresight horizon across different OECD countries.
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