Sokchea Lim

John Carroll University - Department of Economics & Finance

University Heights, OH 44118

United States

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Scholarly Papers (3)

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Interest Rate Sensitivity of Stock Returns: Effects Across the Maturity Profile and Direction of Interest Rate Changes

Lim, S., Sum, V., & Khun, C. (2012). Interest rate sensitivity of stock returns: Effects across the maturity profile and direction of interest rate changes. International Research Journal of Applied Finance, 3(8), 1151-1162.
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 22 May 2012 Last Revised: 25 Sep 2012
Sokchea Lim, Vichet Sum and Channary Khun
John Carroll University - Department of Economics & Finance, University of Maryland Eastern Shore - School of Business and Technology and Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
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interest rate sensitivity, bank stock returns, maturity profile

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On the Functional Forms and Stability of Money Demand: The U.S., Japan and Australia

Lim, S., Khun, C, & Sum, V. (2012). On the functional forms and stability of money demand: The U.S., Japan and Australia. Research in Business and Economics Journal, 6, 150-168.
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 03 Apr 2012 Last Revised: 25 Sep 2012
Sokchea Lim, Channary Khun and Vichet Sum
John Carroll University - Department of Economics & Finance, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and University of Maryland Eastern Shore - School of Business and Technology
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Money Demand, Cointegration, Welfare Cost of Inflation

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U.S. Bilateral Trade Deficits with China and Japan: The Role of Japanese Direct Investment

Empirical Economics Letters, Vol. 11, No. 6, pp. 527-534, June 2011
Number of pages: 20 Posted: 04 Apr 2012
Sokchea Lim and Channary Khun
John Carroll University - Department of Economics & Finance and Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
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Japanese Foreign Direct Investment, bilateral trade imbalance, devaluation of exchange rate