Dr. Hong K. Rim
Finance and Supply Chain Management
 

Hong Rim 

Office: Grove Hall 135
Phone: 717-477-1172
E-Mail: hkrim@ship.edu
Office Hours  

Professor of Finance 

Academic Degrees 

 Ph.D. in Finance (Penn State University, 1986) 

Research & Teaching Areas

International finance, foreign investments, relationships between foreign currency
markets and financial markets, event studies.
 

Publications in Journals and Proceedings:

  • Rim, H. K. and R. Setaputra. Study on Diversification Benefits and Financial Market Integration.  Academic and Business Research Institute International Conference (Orlando, FL; Jan. 2015).  Accepted (in press) for Journal of Finance and Accountancy (May 2015)
  • Rim, H. K., Woo S. Kim, and Won Y. Kim. Empirical Study on the Impacts of Financial Crisis on Sport Industry. Proceedings of International Conference of Journal of Arts and Sciences (Harvard University, Boston, MA; May 2015).
  • Rim, H. K., Woo S. Kim, and Won Y. Kim. The Initial Stage of Sport Index (SI) Development.  PA Economic Association Annual Conference (Reading, PA; May 2015).
  • “Study on the Credit Ratings of Sovereign Debts and Stock Markets,” Proceedings of Academic and Business Research Institute International Conference 5(1) (Jan. 2014; pp. 15-20).
  • "Comparative Study on the Impacts of Financial Crisis on Financial Markets: Empirical Study for Asia and Europe,” International Business and Economics Research Journal 11(1), 45-50 (Jan. 2013).
  • “Dynamic Relationships between Financial Markets: Comparative Study for the U.S. and Euro Crises,” Proceedings of IntellecBase International Academic Consortium (Dec. 2012) (co-authored: Robert Setaputra).
  • “Impacts of the U.S. Financial Crisis On Financial Markets in Asia And Europe,” International Business and Economics Research Journal Vol.11(1), 45-50 (Jan. 2012). http://JWPress.com/IJABW/IJABW-OnLineIssues.htm
  • “Empirical Study on the Impacts of the Major Crises on Stock Markets in Asia,” Proceedings of the Academic Business World International Conference, 58-64 (May 2011). Forthcoming in International Journal of the Academic Business World (Spring 2012).
  • “Study on the International Diversification,” Proceedings of the Academic Business World International Conference, pp. 70-73 (May 2011). Forthcoming in International Journal of the Academic Business World (Spring 2012).
  • “Impacts of the US Financial Crisis on Financial Markets in Asia: Empirical Study,” Proceedings of the Academic Business World International Conference, pp. 58-64 (May 2011).
  • “Studies on the Dynamic Relationships between Financial Markets in the US and ASEAN Countries,” International Business and Economics Research Journal Vol. 9(8), 1-6. (August 2010; ISSN 1535-0754).  

Presentations:

  • “Analyses of Economic Impacts of Sovereign-Debt Downgrading: Empirical Study for Asia, Europe, and the US.” A paper presented at Academic Business World International Conference (May 2014).
  • “Study on the Credit Ratings of Sovereign Debts and Stock Markets,” Proceedings of Academic and Business Research Institute International Conference (Jan. 2014.)
  • "Study on the Impacts of the U.S. Credit Downgrading on Financial Markets,” a paper presented at International Conference of Journal of Arts and Sciences for Academic Disciplines (Toronto, Canada; May 2013). To be printed in Proceedings in Aug. 2013.
  • “Dynamic Relationships between Financial Markets: Comparative Study for the U.S. and Euro Crises,” a paper presented at the IntellecBase International Academic Consortium (Dec. 2012).
  • “Impacts of the US Financial Crisis on Financial Markets in Asia: Empirical Study,” a paper presented at the Academic Business World International Conference (Nashville, TN; May 2011).    

Professional Experience, Leadership & Service

2005-2011: Department chair, Finance and Supply Chain Management 

Finance Advisory Council 

H.O.P.E Scholarship Committee