Stephane Meng-Feng Yen is an associate professor at Department of Accountancy and Graduate Institute of Finance in National Cheng-Kung University (NCKU). He is also the director at the Research Center of Financial Innovation and Investments, NCKU since July, 2013.

 

Yen specializes in hedge funds, financial econometrics, trading strategies, and socially responsible investment.

 

Recent Articles
  • • Statistical Inference for the Availability of Repairable System with General Repair, Reboot Delay and Switching Failure

    Liu, T.-H., Ke, J.-C., Yen, M.-F. and Hsu, Y.-L. (2017), "Statistical Inference for the Availability of Repairable System with General Repair, Reboot Delay and Switching Failure", Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation, 46(1), pp.579-592 (SCI)

  • • An Automatic System of Reporting and Interpreting Financial Statements Using Machine Learning Approaches

    Yen*, Meng-Feng and Yu-Pei Huang (2016, Dec.) An Automatic System of Reporting and Interpreting Financial Statements Using Machine Learning Approaches. The 10th NCTU International Finance Conference, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan

  • • Engagement in Corporate Social Responsibility and the Effects on the Cost of Capital

    Yen*, Meng-Feng, Hsuan-Chu Lin, and Yung-Ming Hsu (2016, Aug.) Engagement in Corporate Social Responsibility and the Effects on the Cost of Capital, the 5-th International Conference on Social Science and Business, Tokyo, Japan (MOST 105-2410-H-006-014)

  • • Can Hedge Fund Elites Consistently Beat the Benchmark? A Study of Portfolio Optimization

    Yen, S. M.-F., Y.-L. Hsu and Y.-L. Hsiao (2015) "Can Hedge Fund Elites Consistently Beat the Benchmark? A Study of Portfolio Optimization," Asia Pacific Management Review, 20, pp. 275-284 (TSSCI)