Qinghai Wang joined the College of Management at Georgia Tech in the fall of 2007. His areas of teaching and research interests are theories and empirical methods of investment decision making and asset pricing. His research focuses on the investment decisions and portfolio choices of institutional and individual investors and the impact of their behaviors on asset prices and market efficiency.
Professor Wang's works have been published in the Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Business, and Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. He has presented his research at various academic conferences and His work has been cited in news publications such as the New York Times and the CFO magazine.
Areas of Specialization
Theories and Empirical Methods of Investment Decision Making and Asset Pricing
Investment Decisions and Portfolio Choices of Institutional and Individual Investors and the Impact of their Behaviors on Asset Prices and Market Efficiency
PhD, Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University