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I-Hsuan Ethan Chiang

Associate Professor of Finance
Belk College of Business
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
9201 University City Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28223, USA

Email: Ethan.Chiang [at] uncc [dot] edu

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Professor Ethan Chiang’s research focuses on empirical asset pricing, portfolio management and performance evaluation, fixed income securities, international finance, and quantitative methods.  He has published scholarly articles in leading financial economics and asset pricing journals, such as Journal of Finance, Review of Asset Pricing Studies, and Journal of Banking & Finance.  His papers have been included in the programs of major international academic conferences, such as American Finance Association Annual Meetings, European Finance Association Annual Meetings, China International Conference in Finance, American Economic Association Meetings, and Financial Intermediation Research Society Conference.  He was also invited to give speeches to policy makers (e.g.,  Federal Reserve Board) and practitioners (e.g., Wolfe Research). His papers won best paper awards from international academic societies, including Financial Management Association, Eastern Finance Association (twice), and INFORMS.  At the Belk College of Business, his research has been recognized with the Best Faculty Research Paper Award, and he was named the 2016 Dean’s Scholar. 

Professor Chiang teaches PhD Portfolio Theory, MS in Math Finance Fixed Income, MBA Financial Management, Multinational Financial Management, and undergraduate Investments at UNC Charlotte, and Global Business Strategy MBA Multinational Financial Management at EGADE Business School, Tecnologico de Monterrey, and he was recognized with the 2021 Belk College of Business Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award.  Prior to joining UNC Charlotte, he taught Investments and MBA/MSF Fixed Income Reviews at Boston College, and Business Finance at the University of Washington.

Professor Chiang received BA in Economics from National Taiwan University, MBA from National Chengchi University (Taiwan), and PhD in Finance from Boston College.