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Huang, Ming

Professor of Finance;  
La Caixa Chair in Finance, CEIBS; 
Joint Appointment with Cornell University

Dr. Ming Huang is Professor of Finance at CEIBS, and he has been a Professor of Finance at Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University in the United States since July 2005. Dr. Huang was an Associate Professor of Finance and an Assistant Professor of Finance at Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, respectively, from 2002-2005 and from 1998 to 2002. Dr. Huang also served as an Assistant Professor of Finance at University of Chicago Graduate School of Business from 1996-1998. Dr. Huang was also the Associate Dean and Visiting Professor of Finance and the Professor of Finance at the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business from 2004 to 2005 and since 2008, respectively. He served as the Dean of the School of Finance at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics from 2006 to April 2009.

Dr. Huang graduated from Peking University in 1985 with a bachelor degree majoring in Physics. He holds a Ph.D. in theoretical physics and a Ph.D. in Finance from Cornell University and Stanford University, respectively.

While his academic work in recent years has focused mainly on behavioural finance and, in particular, the applications of cognitive psychology to understanding the pricing of financial assets, he has also worked on credit risk and derivatives, on the effects of illiquidity on asset prices, and on the application of auction theory to takeovers. In recent years, Dr. Huang has also conducted extensive research on financial markets and corporate finance in China. Dr. Huang serves as an Associate Editor for The American Economic Review. He has published in the Journal of Political Economy, the Quarterly Journal of Economics, the American Economic Review, the Journal of Economic Theory, and the Journal of Finance. 

Dr. Huang has taught MBA, EMBA and executive courses in Derivatives Securities, Introductory Finance, and Corporate Finance. At Cornell he currently teaches the Behavioural Finance course in the School’s MBA programme plus two Ph.D. courses. He also teaches in a number of senior executive education programmes at CKGSB, including Derivatives and Risk Management, Corporate Finance, Derivatives, M&A. Dr. Huang has won awards for both research and teaching, such as the 2000 FAME Research Prize (for the paper “Prospect Theory and Asset Pricing”) by the International Center for Asset Management and Financial Engineering; the 2001 Stanford Business School Distinguished Teaching Award, the 1997 University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Teaching Award, and the Cheung Kong GSB “2009 Outstanding Researcher Award”.

Dr. Huang has been a board member of Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd., since August 2008. He has been a Non-executive Director of the Annuity Fund Management Board of China National Petroleum Corporation and Aegon-Industrial Fund Management Co., Ltd. since 2007 and 2008, respectively. He has been an Independent Non-executive Director of Fantasia Holdings Group Co., Ltd. since October 2009. Dr. Huang has served as expert consultant for various Chinese government agencies (such as SASAC) and companies (such as COSCO, China Eastern Airline, China Aviation Oil, and many non-state-owned enterprises).

  •  1996 Ph.D., Stanford University in Finance, USA
  •  1991 Ph.D., Cornell University in Theoretical Physics, USA
  •  1985 B.S., Beijing University in Physics, China
  •  Behavioural Finance
  •  Credit Risk 
  •  Derivative Securities 
  • Derivative Securities
  • Introductory Finance
  • Corporate Finance
  • Behavioural Finance
  • Risk Management
  • FAME Research Prize (for the paper “Prospect Theory and Asset Pricing”) by the International Center for Asset Management and Financial Engineering, 2000
  • Stanford Business School Distinguished Teaching Award, 2001
  • University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Teaching Award, 1997
  • Cheung Kong GSB “2009 Outstanding Researcher Award”.

 

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