Dragon YongJun Tang
Dragon YongJun Tang
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Did subjectivity play a role in CDO credit ratings?
JM Griffin, DY Tang
The Journal of Finance 67 (4), 1293-1328, 2012
3842012
Liquidity and credit default swap spreads
DY Tang, H Yan
Available at SSRN 1008325, 2007
338*2007
Market conditions, default risk and credit spreads
DY Tang, H Yan
Journal of Banking & Finance 34 (4), 743-753, 2010
3322010
Does the tail wag the dog?: The effect of credit default swaps on credit risk
MG Subrahmanyam, DY Tang, SQ Wang
The Review of Financial Studies 27 (10), 2927-2960, 2014
2732014
Credit default swaps–A survey
P Augustin, MG Subrahmanyam, DY Tang, SQ Wang
Foundations and TrendsŪ in Finance 9 (1-2), 1-196, 2014
2032014
Rating shopping or catering? An examination of the response to competitive pressure for CDO credit ratings
JM Griffin, J Nickerson, DY Tang
The Review of Financial Studies 26 (9), 2270-2310, 2013
1562013
Did credit rating agencies make unbiased assumptions on CDOs?
JM Griffin, DY Tang
American Economic Review 101 (3), 125-30, 2011
1142011
Do shareholders benefit from green bonds?
DY Tang, Y Zhang
Journal of Corporate Finance 61, 101427, 2020
952020
Credit default swaps, exacting creditors and corporate liquidity management
MG Subrahmanyam, DY Tang, SQ Wang
Journal of Financial Economics 124 (2), 395-414, 2017
95*2017
Credit default swaps: Past, present, and future
P Augustin, MG Subrahmanyam, DY Tang, SQ Wang
Annual Review of Financial Economics 8, 175-196, 2016
842016
Macroeconomic conditions, firm characteristics, and credit spreads
DY Tang, H Yan
Journal of Financial Services Research 29 (3), 177-210, 2006
672006
The leverage externalities of credit default swaps
JY Li, DY Tang
Journal of Financial Economics 120 (3), 491-513, 2016
602016
Do banks still monitor when there is a market for credit protection?
C Shan, DY Tang, A Winton
Journal of Accounting and Economics 68 (2-3), 101241, 2019
52*2019
Unitary boards and mutual fund governance
SX Kong, DY Tang
Journal of Financial Research 31 (3), 193-224, 2008
522008
Subnational debt of China: The politics-finance nexus
H Gao, H Ru, DY Tang
Available at SSRN 2801878, 2019
362019
Can Central Banks Boost Corporate Investment? Evidence from the ECB Liquidity Injections
SL Daetz, MG Subrahmanyam, DY Tang, SQ Wang
Evidence from the ECB Liquidity Injections (May 17, 2018), 2018
35*2018
Understanding transactions prices in the credit default swaps market
DY Tang, H Yan
Journal of Financial Markets 32, 1-27, 2017
30*2017
Suitability checks and household investments in structured products
EC Chang, DY Tang, MB Zhang
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 597-622, 2015
26*2015
Did CDS make banks riskier? The effects of credit default swaps on bank capital and lending
SC Shan, DY Tang, H Yan
Unpublished working paper, 2014
242014
Credit default swaps and bank regulatory capital
C Shan, DY Tang, H Yan, XA Zhou
Review of Finance, forthcoming, 2020
22*2020
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