Shunlan Fang

Kent State University

Assistant Professor of Accounting

Kent, OH 44242

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

3

DOWNLOADS

521

CITATIONS

0

Scholarly Papers (3)

1.

Dynamic Financial Covenant Thresholds

Number of pages: 49 Posted: 23 Jan 2012 Last Revised: 25 Jan 2018
Sudheer Chava, Shunlan Fang and Saumya Prabhat
Georgia Institute of Technology - Scheller College of Business, Kent State University and Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad
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Loan contract design, signaling, adverse selection, covenant thresholds, covenant violations, creditor control

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Do Corporate Political Contributions Increase Equity Value? Evidence from a Supreme Court Decision and Related Events

Number of pages: 62 Posted: 15 Jan 2012 Last Revised: 20 Apr 2014
Shunlan Fang and Saumya Prabhat
Kent State University and Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad
Downloads 161 (180,024)

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firm value, political contributions, event study, political economy, corporate governance, soft money, BCRA, McConnell v. FEC, Citizens United v. FEC

3.

Political Contributions and the Price of Credit Risk: Evidence from Credit Default Swaps

HEC Paris Research Paper No. FIN-2017-1222
Number of pages: 53 Posted: 22 Aug 2017 Last Revised: 22 Jan 2019
Kent State University, Villanova University - School of Business, HEC Paris - Finance Department and Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad
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Political Contributions, Credit Risk, CDS, Moral Hazard, Financial Crisis

Other Papers (1)

Total Downloads: 17    Citations: 0
1.

Conflict between Supervisory Monitoring and Monetary Incentives

AAA 2019 Management Accounting Section (MAS) Meeting
Number of pages: 52 Posted: 15 Aug 2018 Last Revised: 21 Nov 2018
Rajiv D. Banker, Shunlan Fang and Seok-Young Lee
Temple University - Department of Accounting, Kent State University and Sungshin Women's University
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Incentive plans; Monitoring; Interaction between control mechanisms; Salesforce performance; Field experiment