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Titel: Python for Finance Autoren/Herausgeber: Yuxing Yan

Financial Modeling Using R

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Yuxing Yan graduated from McGill university with a PhD in finance.

We gratefully acknowledge the comments of Ray Ball (editor), Itzhak Ben‐David, Sanjeev Bhojraj, Christine Botosan (2009 AAA discussant), Brian Bushee, Wayne Guay, Kewei Hou, Rick Lambert, Christian Leuz, Heather Tookes, an anonymous referee, and seminar participants at the 2009 American Accounting Association meetings, Cornell University, The Ohio State University, the Wharton School, and Yale University. We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Sloan School of Management and of the Wharton School. Christopher Armstrong is grateful for financial support from the Dorinda and Mark Winkelman Distinguished Scholar Award. Daniel Taylor also gratefully acknowledges funding from the Deloitte Foundation. We thank Rahul Vashishtha and Yuxing Yan for programming assistance.

In addition, he is an expert on financial data. While teaching at NTU in Singapore, he offered a course called Introduction to Financial Databases to doctoral students. While working at WRDS, he answered numerous questions related to financial databases and helped update CRSP, Compustat, IBES, and TAQ (NYSE high-frequency database). In 2007, Dr. Yan and S.W. Zhu (his co-author) published a book titled Financial Databases, Shiwu Zhu and Yuxing Yan, Tsinghua University Press. Currently, he spends considerable time and effort on public financial data. If you have any queries, you can always contact him at .

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  • Article: Measuring the timing ability of mutual fund managers
    Yuxing Yan
    Article · Jan 1999 · Annals of Operations Research
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    In addition, he is an expert on financial data. While teaching at NTU in Singapore, he offered a course called Introduction to Financial Databases to doctoral students. While working at WRDS, he answered numerous questions related to financial databases and helped update CRSP, Compustat, IBES, and TAQ (NYSE high-frequency database). In 2007, Dr. Yan and S.W. Zhu (his co-author) published a book titled Financial Databases, Shiwu Zhu and Yuxing Yan, Tsinghua University Press. Currently, he spends considerable time and effort on public financial data. If you have any queries, you can always contact him at .

    Yuxing Yan graduated from McGill university with a PhD in finance. He has taught various finance courses, such as Financial Modeling, Options and Futures, Portfolio Theory, Quantitative Financial Analysis, Corporate Finance, and Introduction to Financial Databases to undergraduate and graduate students at seven universities: two in Canada, one in Singapore, and four in the USA.