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Yen-Cheng Chang
Ph.D. Ph.D. in Finance, University of Washington (Seattle)
Master M.A. in Economics, Duke University
Bachelor B.A. in Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Taiwan University
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Research Field
• Behavioral Finance
• Empirical Asset Pricing
• Market Anomalies
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Education
• Ph.D. in Finance, University of Washington (Seattle)
• M.A. in Economics, Duke University
• B.A. in Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Taiwan University
Courses
• Behavioral Finance
• Financial Management
• Managerial Economics
• Ph.D. Seminar Series
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Conference Paper
  1. Yen-Cheng Chang, Alexander Ljungqvist, Kevin Tseng (2021, Jan). Do Corporate Disclosures Constrain Strategic Analyst Behavior? American Finance Association, Virtual.
  2. Yen-Cheng Chang, Pei-Jie Hsiao, Alexander Ljungqvist, Kevin Tseng (2020, Jun). Testing Disagreement Models. INSEAD Finance Symposium, Virtual.
  3. Yen-Cheng Chang, Pei-Jie Hsiao, Alexander Ljungqvist, Kevin Tseng (2020, May). Testing Disagreement Models. SFS Cavalcade North America 2020, Virtual.
  4. Yen-Cheng Chang, Pei-Jie Hsiao, Alexander Ljungqvist, Kevin Tseng (2019, Dec). Testing Disagreement Models. China International Forum on Finance and Policy, Beijing, China.
  5. Yen-Cheng Chang, Minjie Huang, Yu-Siang Su, Kevin Tseng (2019, Oct). Short-termist CEO Compensation in Speculative Markets: A Controlled Experiment. Financial Management Association, New Orleans, USA.
  6. Yen-Cheng Chang, Minjie Huang, Yu-Siang Su, Kevin Tseng (2018, Dec). Short-termist CEO Compensation in Speculative Markets: A Controlled Experiment. Australasian Finance and Banking Conference, Sydney, Australia.
  7. Yen-Cheng Chang, Minjie Huang, Yu-Siang Su, Kevin Tseng (2018, Jul). Short-Termist CEO Compensation in Speculative Markets: A Controlled Experiment. China International Conference in Finance, Tianjin, China.
  8. Yen-Cheng Chang, Minjie Huang, Yu-Siang Su, Kevin Tseng (2018, Mar). Short-Termist CEO Compensation in Speculative Markets: A Controlled Experiment. Midwest Finance Association, San Antonio, USA.
  9. Yen-Cheng Chang, Minjie Huang, Yu-Siang Su, Kevin Tseng (2017, Dec). Short-Termist CEO Compensation in Speculative Markets: A Controlled Experiment. Conference on the Theories and Practices of Securities and Financial Markets, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
  10. Yen-Cheng Chang, Minjie Huang, Yu-Siang Su, Kevin Tseng (2017, Dec). Short-Termist CEO Compensation in Speculative Markets: A Controlled Experiment. Paris Financial Management Conference, Paris, France.
  11. Hsuan-Ling Chang, Yen-Cheng Chang, Hung-Wen Cheng, Kevin Tseng (2017, Sep). Jump Variance Risk: Evidence from Option Valuation and Stock Returns. Northern Finance Association, Halifax, Canada.
  12. Yen-Cheng Chang, Hung-Wen Cheng, Kevin Tseng (2015, Oct). Jump Risk Premium and Asset Prices: Evidence from Option Panels. OptionMetrics Research Conference, New York, USA.
  13. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Larissa Tiedens, Na Wang, Bin Zhao (2015, Jan). Does Diversity Lead to Diverse Opinions? Evidence from Languages and Stock Markets. American Economic Association, Boston, USA.
  14. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Inessa Liskovich (2014). Regression Discontinuity and the Price Effects of Stock Market Indexing. Financial Management Association Asian Conference, Tokyo, Japan.
  15. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Inessa Liskovich (2014). Regression Discontinuity and the Price Effects of Stock Market Indexing. European Financial Association, Lugano, Switzerland.
  16. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Larissa Tiedens, Bin Zhao (2014). Does Diversity Lead to Diverse Opinions? Evidence from Languages and Stock Markets. NBER Chinese Economy Meeting, Cambridge, MA, USA.
  17. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Larissa Tiedens, Na Wang, Bin Zhao (2014). Does Diversity Lead to Diverse Opinions? Evidence from Languages and Stock Markets. European Financial Association, Lugano, Switzerland.
  18. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Larissa Tiedens, Na Wang, Bin Zhao (2014). Does Diversity Lead to Diverse Opinions? Evidence from Languages and Stock Markets. Financial Management Association Asian Conference, Tokyo, Japan.
  19. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Larissa Tiedens, Na Wang, Bin Zhao (2014). Does Diversity Lead to Diverse Opinions? Evidence from Languages and Stock Markets. European Financial Management Association, Rome, USA.
  20. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Larissa Tiedens, Na Wang, Bin Zhao (2014). Does Diversity Lead to Diverse Opinions? Evidence from Languages and Stock Markets. Financial Management Association, Nashville, TN, USA.
  21. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Larissa Tiedens, Na Wang, Bin Zhao (2014). Does Diversity Lead to Diverse Opinions? Evidence from Languages and Stock Markets. Conference on the Theories and Practices of Securities and Financial Markets, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
  22. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Larissa Tiednes, Na Wang, Bin Zhao (2014). Does Diversity Lead to Diverse Opinions? Evidence from Languages and Stock Markets. Western Finance Association, Monterey Bay, CA, USA.
  23. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Inessa Liskovich (2013). Regression Discontinuity and the Price Effects of Stock Market Indexing. Conference on the Theories and Practices of Securities and Financial Markets, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
  24. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Larissa Tiedens, Bin Zhao (2013). Does Diversity Lead to Diverse Opinions? Evidence from Languages and Stock Markets. 2013 Symposium on China's Financial Markets, Beijing, China.
  25. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Larissa Tiedens, Bin Zhao (2013). Linguistic Diversity and Stock Trading Volume. China International Conference in Finance, Shanghai, China.
  26. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong (2012). Rules and Regression Discontinuities in Asset Markets. Western Finance Association, Las Vegas, USA.
  27. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong (2012). Rules and Regression Discontinuities in Asset Markets. Financial Management Association Asian Conference, Phuket, Thailand.
  28. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong (2012). Rules and Regression Discontinuities in Asset Markets. China International Conference in Finance, Chongqing, China.
  29. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong (2011). Rules and Regression Discontinuities in Asset Markets. NBER Behavioral Finance Meeting, Palo Alto, CA, USA.
  30. Yen-Cheng Chang (2010). Information Environment and Investor Behavior. China International Conference in Finance, Beijing, China.
Journal Paper
  1. Yen-Cheng Chang, Harrison Hong, Inessa Liskovich (2015, Jan). Regression Discontinuity and the Price Effects of Stock Market Indexing. Review of Financial Studies, 28(1), 212-246.
  2. Yen-Cheng Chang, Hung-Wen Cheng (2015, Oct). Information Environment and Investor Behavior. Journal of Banking and Finance, 59, 250-264.
  3. Hsuan‐Ling Chang, Yen‐Cheng Chang, Hung‐Wen Cheng, Po‐Hsiang Peng, Kevin Tseng (2019, Jul). Jump variance risk: Evidence from option valuation and stock returns. Journal of Futures Markets, 39(7), 890-915.
  4. Yen-Cheng Chang, Kevin Tseng, Chia-Yi Yen (2020, Jun). Does Governance Travel Across Industries? A Mutual Fund Episode. Journal of Management and Business Research, 37(2), 169-186.
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