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Senior Lecturer, Department of Finance and Decision Sciences

Associate Director, MSc in Applied Accounting and Finance

Research Interests

Investments and Asset Pricing, Fixed Income Securities and Derivatives, Risk Management, Accounting Information and Security Pricing, Financial Statement Analysis, Financial Planning

  • Zeto, Y. (2017). Option implied beta and option return. Applied Economics, 1-13.
  • Zeto, Y. (2016). Asset Liquidity and Stock Returns. Advances in Accounting Incorporating Advances in International Accounting, 35, 177-196.
  • Zeto, S. (2016). Correlated Implied Volatility with Jump and Cross Section of Stock Returns. Accounting & Finance, 56(4), 1187-1214.
  • Zeto, S. (2015). Cross-Section Stock Return and Implied Covariance between Jump and Diffusive Volatility. Journal of Forecasting, 34(5), 379-390.
  • Zeto, S. (2012). Crisis, Value-at-Risk and Conditional Extreme Value Theory via The NIG+Jump Model. Journal of Mathematical Finance, 2(3), 225-237.
  • Ze-To, Samuel Y. M. (2012). Earnings Management and Accrual Anomaly Across Market States and Business Cycles. Advances in Accounting Incorporating Advances in International Accounting, 28(2), 344-352.
  • Ze-To, S. (2012). Estimating Value-at-Risk under a Heath-Jarrow-Morton Framework with Jump. Applied Economics, 44(21), 2729-2741.
  • Zeto, S. (2012). Expected Stock Returns and Option-Implied Rate of Return. Journal of Mathematical Finance, 2(4), 169-279.
  • Zeto, S. (2010). Crises, Value at Risk, and Conditional Extreme Value Theory via GARCH-Jump Model. Review of Futures Markets, 18(4), 321-347.
  • Zeto, S. (2008). Value at Risk and Conditional Extreme Value Theory Via Markov Regime Switching Models. Journal of Futures Markets, 28(2), 155.
  • Zeto, S. (2002). Pricing and Hedging Fixed Income Derivatives by Arbitrage-free Two-factor Health-Jarrow-Morton Model. Journal of Futures Markets, 22(9), 839.
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