Millicent joined UWA as an associate lecturer in 1992 and completed her PhD in 2002. Her thesis examined the transfer of accounting and other information for a sample of Australian firms. Her current research interests lie in the areas of insider trading and disclosure in capital markets. Millicent teaches corporate finance and capital markets research.
Deputy Head of Discipline
M Chang, I Watson 2011, 'Share Trading by Corporate Insiders - Effects & Implications', ARC Discovery Projects.
J Yu, M Chang 2011, 'The Effect of IFRS on the Information Content of Insider Trades', Accounting & Finance Association of Australia & New Zealand (AFAANZ).
M Wee, M Chang 2009, 'Do Corporate Governance & Insider Trading Policy Affect the Information Content of Insider Trades', Accounting & Finance Association of Australia & New Zealand (AFAANZ).
M Chang 2007, 'Do Undisclosed Trades Convey Information on Future Firm Performance?', UWA Research Grants Scheme.
M Chang, I Watson 2005, 'Insider Trading and Incentives to Manage Earnings and Forecasts', Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand Ltd.
Lecturer - Australian National University
Disclosure informativeness and price discovery
Director trading around M&As
Gender diversity and earnings management
R&D investment and insider trading
Substantial shareholder trading in the leadup to takeover bids
Effect of enforcement on accounting quality
FINA2222 Corporate Financial Policy
FINA4491 Capital Markets Research