Charmen Loh, M.B.A., Ph.D.

Charmen Loh, M.B.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor

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Research interests for Carmen Loh, M.B.A., Ph.D., include international finance; investments and portfolio management; securities class action litigation; financial reporting frauds and SEC enforcement of securities law.


  • University of Arkansas, Ph.D. in Finance and Economics
  • University of Arkansas, Master of Business Administration
  • University of Arkansas, Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering

Refereed Articles

  • Loh, C. (in press, 2015). Foreign Investments and the Rule of Law. International Journal of Economics and Finance.

Refereed Proceedings

Full Paper

  • Loh, C. (2011). What Drives International Equity Investments? An Examination of Integration, Wealth, and the Rule of Law. Pacific Basin Finance, Economics and Accounting.

Presentation of Refereed Papers


  • Loh, C. (2015). Are Accounting-Related Securities Class Actions Different? International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Vancouver, Canada-British Columbia.
  • Loh, C. (2011). What Drives International Equity Investments? An Examination of Integration, Wealth, and the Rule of Law. Conference on Pacific Basin Finance, Economics, Accounting, and Business, Taipei, Taiwan.

Papers Under Review

  • Loh, C. (2015). The Selection of Defendants in Class-based Shareholder Litigation: Does the Pattern of Poor Performance Play a Role? Revised and resubmitted to Quarterly Review Of Economics And Finance.
  • Loh, C. (2014). Bond Market and the Wealth of Nation,” Initial submission to International Journal of Finance.
  • Loh, C. (2014). A Long-Term Examination of Shareholder Class-Action Litigation Involving Accounting Irregularities, Initial submission to Review of Accounting and Finance.


  • 2014:  Davis Fellowship, Rider University
  • 2012:  Davis Fellowship, Rider University
  • 2010: Paid Research Leave
  • 2009: Davis Fellowship
  • 2008: Rider Summer Fellowship
  • 2006: Paid Research Leave
  • 2006: Rider Summer Fellowship
  • 2003: Davis Fellowship
  • 2002: Rider Summer Fellowship
  • 2000: Rider Summer Fellowship
  • 1998: Rider Summer Fellowship
  • 1996: Rider Summer Fellowship
  • 1994: Rider Summer Fellowship
  • 1992: Rider Summer Fellowship
  • 1990: Summer research grant to study international mergers and acquisitions