• Doctor of Philosophy (in Finance), Queensland University of Technology, Australia, 2011
  • Master of Commerce (in Finance) with Honours, The University of Melbourne, Australia, 2006
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Finance, The University of Melbourne, Australia, 2004
  • Bachelor of Management, University of Indonesia, Indonesia 2001
Currently, Yunieta is a faculty member at School of Business and Management, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia. Her teaching interests are corporate finance, capital market, and applied investment. Previously, Yunieta Nainggolan has completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Queensland University of Technology and has some working papers on fund disclosure and board characteristics, the ethical compliance of Islamic equity funds, fund financial performance and ethical screening intensity, and the social performance of socially responsible investment. Before Yunieta joined SBM ITB in 2007, she was a faculty member at Department of Management, Faculty of Economics University of Indonesia since 2001. Yunieta Nainggolan has research interests in fund management, ethical fund, socially responsible investment, Islamic finance, disclosure and reporting, corporate finance, and corporate governance.

Google scholar profile:
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Academic Teaching in Bachelor Program
MB4042 Capital Market

Academic Teaching in MSM Program
MB5203 Advanced Corporate Finance

PUBLISHED PAPERS

Nainggolan Y, J How, P Verhoeven, 2015, “Ethical screening and financial performance: the case of Islamic equity funds,” Journal of Business Ethics.
Nainggolan Y, 2009, “Optimal trading range and firm value around the Asian financial crisis,” Afro-Asian Journal of Finance and Accounting, Volume 1, Number 3, pp. 215-234.

WORKING PAPERS

Chen J, Y Nainggolan, 2014 “Distance matters: Social and local preferences in socially responsible fund portfolio choice,” Working paper.
Nainggolan Y, 2014, “Are Ethical Investors More Informed? The Disclosure Practices of Islamic Equity Funds across Jurisdictions,” Submitted to Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.
Nainggolan Y, J How, P Verhoeven, 2014, “The Shariah Advisory Board and Shariah Compliance Risk of Islamic Equity Funds,” Submitted to Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.
Fajarriyanto, S., Y.A. Nainggolan, Y. Peranginangin, 2015, “Perceived Value of Political Connection in Jokowi Presidential Election.”
Nainggolan, Y.A., T. Faturohman, S.D. Firmialy, 2015, “Woman Fund Managers and Socially Responsible Investment: The Case of Indonesia Market.”
Naufal, M.D., Y.A. Nainggolan, 2015, “Fund Manager Characteristics and the Social Performance of Conventional Mutual Funds in Indonesia.”

THESIS

Nainggolan Y, 2011, “Taking a leap of faith: Are investors left shortchanged?” Unpublished Dissertation, Queensland University of Technology.
Nainggolan Y, “The effects of stock split announcement to abnormal return and market efficiency: An event study of Jakarta Stock Exchange 1998 – 1999″ (in Indonesian Language), Unpublished Undergraduate Research Report.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATION AND SEMINARS

2015
Christianto, T., Y.A. Nainggolan, Predicting Financial Distress Probability using Campbell Model and Corporate Governance Variables in Indonesian Plantation and Metal Mining Industry, Australian Academy of Business Leadership Conference, Kuala Lumpur.
2015
Fajarriyanto, S., Y.A. Nainggolan, Y. Peranginangin, Perceived Value of Political Connection in Jokowi Presidential Election, Australian Academy of Business Leadership Conference, Kuala Lumpur.
2015
Fardhani, A.D., Y.A. Nainggolan, Corporate Social Responsibility and Credit Rating: The Case of Indonesian Firms, Received “Best Student Paper” from Australian Academy of Business Leadership Conference, Kuala Lumpur.
2015
Indira, D., Y.A. Nainggolan, Parent Country Religiosity and Culture in Corporate Governance: The Case of Indonesia Multinational Firms, International Conference on Trends in Social Sciences and Humanities, Bali.
2015
Marlim, H.P., Y.A. Nainggolan, The Effects of Earnings Surprise on the Returns of Sin vs. Non-Sin Stocks in Indonesia, Australian Academy of Business Leadership Conference, Kuala Lumpur.
2015
Rachminia, S.A., Y.A. Nainggolan, Financial Literacy Index of Indonesian Armies, Australian Academy of Business Leadership Conference, Kuala Lumpur.
2015
Samsudin, F.N.L., Y.A. Nainggolan, Optimal Portfolio Selection under Mean-Variance and Mean-Value at Risk Frameworks in Crisis and
Non-Crisis Environment: The Case of Indonesia Stock Exchange, Received “Best Innovation Paper” from Australian Academy of Business Leadership Conference, Kuala Lumpur
2015
Wahyudiono, R.B., Y.A. Nainggolan, Corporate Social Performance of Indonesian LQ45 Companies, Australian Academy of Business Leadership Conference, Kuala Lumpur
2014
Title: “The disclosure practices of Islamic equity funds”; “The compliance of Islamic equity funds around the world”; “Ethical screening and financial performance: the case of Islamic equity funds,” have been accepted for presentation at the 4th Islamic Banking and Finance conference, Lancaster. The first paper “The disclosure practices of Islamic equity funds” was presented.
2013
Title: “The cost of being ethical: Evidence from Islamic equity funds,” has been accepted for presentation at the 2013 FMA European Conference.
2012
Title: “Do Fund Managers Keep Their Promises”: The Case of Shari’ah Equity Funds,” Financial Markets and Corporate Governance Conference, Melbourne, April 2012.
Title: “On the Shariah compliance and the performance of Islamic equity funds,” Midwest Finance Association Meeting, New Orleans, February 2012.
2011
Title: “On the Shariah compliance and the performance of Islamic equity funds,” the PhD Symposium, Second Finance Corporate Governance Conference, Melbourne, April 2011.
Title: “On the performance of Islamic equity funds,” Second Finance Corporate Governance Conference, Melbourne, April 2011.
Title: “On the performance of Islamic equity funds,” Midwest Finance Association Conference, Chicago, March 2011.
2004
Title: “The optimal share price of East Asian firms during the financial crisis,” Research student proposal presentation, the University of Melbourne, December 2004.

HONORS & SCHOLARSHIPS

2014: Nominated for best paper “Ethical screening and financial performance: the case of Islamic equity funds” at Financial Markets and Corporate Governance Conference, Queensland University of Technology.
2011:
Doctoral Student Award for the paper “On the performance of Islamic equity funds,” Midwest Finance Association Conference, Chicago, USA.
Best PhD Proposal Award in the Fund Management category for “On Shariah compliance and the performance of Islamic equity funds,” PhD Symposium, Melbourne, Australia.
Conference Travel Award, Second Finance Corporate Governance Conference, Melbourne, Australia.
2009-2012: QUT Postgraduate Research Award Scholarship (plus a Faculty of Business Top-Up Scholarship), Queensland University of Technology, Australia.
2006: Honours Award, the University of Melbourne, Australia.
2004-2006: Australian Development Scholarship to pursue a Master research degree at the University of Melbourne, Australia.
2000-2001: Barito Timber Scholarship for undergraduate students at University of Indonesia, Indonesia.

Academic

2015-current: Faculty Staff, School of Business and Management, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
2012-2014: Postdoctoral research fellow, School of Economics and Finance, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
2009-2011: Sessional Teaching Staff, School of Economics and Finance, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
2007-2009: Faculty Staff (on leave for 3 years to complete PhD at Queensland University of Technology), School of Business and Management, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
2005-2006: Casual Tutor, Department of Business and Law, Deakin University, Australia
2001-2007: Faculty Staff, Department of Management, University of Indonesia, Indonesia

Research & Consultancy

2010: Research Assistant, School of Economics and Finance, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
2006: Consultant, Lembaga Management, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
2006: Research Officer, IAMCO (a UK management consultant company)
2001-2003: Supervisor of Finance Project, Laboratory for Management Studies, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
2002: Equity Sales Assistant, Dinar Securities, Indonesia
2001: Fixed Income Research Assistant, Internship Project, Andalan Artha Advisindo Securities, Indonesia