University of Nottingham Malaysia
Nottingham University Business School
     
  
 

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Roy W. L. Khong

Associate Professor (Teaching and Learning) of Financial Economics and Deputy Director of Undergraduate Programmes (Accreditation and Internships), Faculty of Social Sciences

Contact

  • workRoom EB18 Block E
    Malaysia Campus
    Jalan Broga
    43500 Semenyih
    Selangor Darul Ehsan
    Malaysia
  • work+6 (03) 8924 8256
  • fax+6 (03) 8924 8019

Teaching Summary

My research interest is Financial Economics

Research Summary

Financial Economics, International Economics

Selected Publications

  • LEVI TEO, ROY WL KHONG and CHUEN KHEE PEK, 2019. Which is the better determinant for dividends in the Kuala Lumpur Composite Index- Profitability or Cash-flow? International Journal of Business and Society. 20(3), 1003-1021
  • RIBED VIANNECA W. JUBILEE, ROY W.L. KHONG and WOAN TING HUNG, 2018. Would diversified corporate boards add value? The case of banking institutions in Malaysia Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration. 10(2/3), 218-228
  • WAI LENG CHIA, ROY W.L. KHONG, PATRICIA MEI MEI ANG and PRISCILLA LIM, 2017. Credit Card Default, Regulatory Interventions and Macroeconomics Factors In: International Congress on Economy, Finance and Business 2017. 139-152
  • ROY W.L. KHONG, JESSICA S. DUNN, CHEE-MING LIM and WINNIE S.P. YAP, 2016. Why do students attend lectures?: Exploring justifications for attendance among undergraduate students from a British university in Asia The Journal of Developing Areas. 50(5), 497-506
  • PRISCILLA YIN-PHENG LIM, ROY W.L. KHONG and HUI-BOON TAN, 2015. Bank Integration and Systemic Risk: Panacea or Pandemic? Journal of Developing Areas. 49(4), 301-312
  • ROY W.L. KHONG, JESSICA S. DUNN and CHEE-MING LIM, 2015. WHY DO STUDENTS ATTEND LECTURES?: EXPLORING JUSTIFICATIONS FOR ATTENDANCE AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS FROM A BRITISH UNIVERSITY IN ASIA? EXPLORING JUSTIFICATIONS FOR ATTENDANCE AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS FROM A BRITISH UNIVERSITY IN ASIA In: Proceedings of the Asia Pacific Conference on Business and Social Sciences 2015, Kuala Lumpur. 368-275
  • ROY W. L. KHONG and SIOW-HOOI TAN, 2014. IPO Underpricing in Malaysia: Looking beyond the Listing Prospectus Empirical Economics Letters. 13(3), 289-294
  • KHONG, R.W.L. and POON W.C, 2014. ASEAN Islamic Banks: Level of Efficiency and Productivity. In: JOTHEE SINNAKKANNU, MAHENDHIRAN NAIR and H.Y. LEE, eds., Islamic Business: Contemporary Issues and Economic Development LexisNexis. 125-150
  • PEI-LING LEE, ROY WYE LEONG KHONG and SUGANTHI RAMASAMY, 2013. Value creation in going private transactions Afro-Asian Journal of Finance and Accounting. 3(3), 274-295
  • PEI-LING LEE, ROY WYE LEONG KHONG, SUGANTHI RAMASAMY and CHONG SHU WEN, 2013. Trading Volume and Price Effects of Going Private Announcements In: Proceedings of the 2nd Applied International Business Conference (AIBC2013). 719-726
  • SIOW-HOOI TAN, HWAY-BOON ONG and ROY-WYE-LEONG KHONG, 2013. Dual Long Memory in Stock Market Prices: New Evidence Based on Bull and Bear Markets The IUP Journal of Applied Economics. 12(3), 38-55
  • ONG, S.W and YAP, V.C. AND KHONG, R.W.L., 2011. Corporate Failure Prediction: A study of Public Listed Companies in Malaysia Managerial Finance. 37(6), 553-564
  • TAN, S.H, HABIBULLAH, M.S. and KHONG, W.L.R., 2010. Non-Linear Unit Root Properties of Stock Prices: Evidence from India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka Economics Bulletin. 30(1), 274-281
  • LEE, P.L, KHONG, W.L.R. and RAMASAMY, S., 2010. Profile of Companies Going Private in the Malaysian Stock Market IUP Journal of Applied Finance. 16(3), 44-58
  • LEE, P.L, KHONG, R.W.L. and RAMASAMY, S, 2010. Characteristics of Firms Going Private in the Malaysian Stock Exchange Economics Bulletin. 30(2), 1307-1319
  • PEI-LING LEE, ROY W.L. KHONG and SUGANTHI RAMASAMY, 2010. SHAREHOLDER PAYOFF IN GOING PRIVATE TRANSACTIONS In: 4th International Borneo Business Conference 2010. 235-248
  • CHIN-NEE YEE and ROY W.L. KHONG, 2010. Financial Performance and Risks of Commercial Banks in Malaysia In: 4th International Borneo Business Conference 2010. 283-290
  • KHONG, W.L.R. AND LAU, E.P.H., 2007. Business Cycles Asymmetry: An Analysis of Developing Countries ICFAI Journal of Applied Economics. 6(2), 33-44
  • BAHARUMSHAH, A.Z and KHONG, W.L.R. AND CHAN, T.H., 2007. Dynamic Financial Linkages of Japan and Asean Economies: Evidence Based on Real Interest Parity International Journal of Management Studies. 14(1), 23-48
  • KHONG, W.L.R. AND HABIBULLAH, M.S., 2006. The Stylised Facts of Malaysian Business Cycles from a Real Business Cycles Perspectives Asian Economic Review. 23-34
  • KHONG, W.L.R. AND HABIBULLAH, M.S., 2005. Do Bank Mergers Increase Productivity? Some Results from Bank Merger Exercises in Malaysia, 1991-1999 ICFAI Journal of Mergers and Acquisitions. 2(3), 38-45

Nottingham University Business School

University of Nottingham Malaysia
Jalan Broga, 43500 Semenyih
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Malaysia

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fax: +6 (03) 8924 8019

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