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KATHY WALSH

Academic Rigour and Market Relevance

Kathy is a Professor of Finance at the UTS Business School.  She has been published internationally and has attracted substantial research grant funding. Her research is focused on Chinese capital markets with a particular attention to the internationalisation of the Renminbi. She has written reports for the Centre for International Finance and Regulation and the NSW Department of Industry.  Kathy also has a significant interest in the promotion of women in finance.

Research Expertise

Chinese Capital Markets

The Internationalisation of the Chinese currency, the Renminbi (RMB), will, over time, see China’s financial relations with the rest of the world broaden and deepen to match China’s trade relations and the size of its economy.  Associated with this will be significant changes in the type, volume, currency denomination and location of financial flows and financial activity around the world.  The process of China's internationalisation is not only a rich research area but has the potential to shape international capital markets for decades to come.

Commissioned Research Reports

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Avkiran, N, Zhu Y, Tripe D and Walsh K, 2017 “Can foreign banks compete in China?” Accounting and Finance Vol 57 (4), pp 961-980

  • Chapple, L, Tan, D, and Walsh K 2017 "Corporate Fraud Culture: Re-Examining the Corporate Governance and Performance Relation" Accounting and Finance Vol 57 (2), pp 597-620

  • Schultz, E and Tan, D T and Walsh, K, 2017 “Corporate Governance and the Probability of Corporate Default” Accounting and Finance Vol 57(1), pp 235-253 [LP0775195 2007-2009]

  • Walsh, K 2015 “Renminbi Trade Invoicing: Benefits, impediments and tipping points” JASSA The Finsia Journal of Applied Finance (2) pp. 33 - 41

  • Clarke K, Walsh, K and Flanagan, J.  2015 "How prevalent are post-completion audits in Australia?" Accounting, Accountability and Performance Vol 18 Issue 2, 51-78 

  • Walsh K 2015 “The Investment Horizon and Asset Pricing Models” Australian Journal of Management Vol. 40(2) 277– 294

  • Smith T and Walsh, K 2013 “Why the CAPM is half right and everything else is wrong”, Abacus, Volume 49, Issue Supplement S1, 73-78

  • Guido R, Pearl J and and Walsh K 2010 'Market Timing under Multiple Economic Regimes’, Accounting and Finance, 51, 2, pp. 361 – 607

  • Schulz E, Tan D and Walsh K 2010 'Endogeneity and the Corporate Governance Performance Relation', Australian Journal of Management, 35, 2, pp. 145-163 [LP0775195 2007-2009]

  • Walsh K and Tan D 2008 'Monetary Policy Surprises and the Bank Bill Term Premium', Australian Journal of Management, vol.33:2, pp. 231-60

  • Walsh K 2006 'Is the Exante Risk Premium Always Positive? Further Evidence', Australian Journal of Management, vol.31:1, pp. 93-114

  • Guido R and Walsh K 2005 'Bond Term Premium Analysis is the Presence of Multiple Regimes', International Review of Finance, vol.5:1-2, pp. 31-54

  • Allen D, MacDonald G, Walsh D and Walsh K 2002 'Using regression techniques to estimate futures hedge ratios, some results from alternative approaches applied to Australian 10 Year Treasury Bond Futures' in Elsevier Research Monograph Series, Research in International Business and Finance Vol 16

  • Guido R and Walsh K 2001 'Equity Market Valuation: Assessing the Adequacy of Value Measures to Predict Index Returns', Australian Journal of Management, vol.26:2, pp. 163-96

  • Walsh D, Walsh K and Evans J 1998 'Assessing estimation error in a tracking error variance minimization framework', Pacific Basin Finance Journal, vol.6, pp. 175-92

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