I am Assistant Professor of Finance at Drexel University. My research interests are Credit Markets, Financial Institutions, and Monetary Policy. I'm particularly interested in the rise of nonbanks (e.g., mutual funds and ETFs) and financial innovations (e.g., smart contracts) and their implications for capital allocation. I received PhD in Finance from UPenn Wharton and BA in Economics, Mathematics and Statistics from UC Berkeley.
chuck dot fang at drexel dot edu
WFA Brattle Group PhD Candidate Award for Outstanding Research
Presented at WFA, Kentucky Finance Conference, MFA, EasternFA, NHH, MBS, CUHK, HKU, SMU, NUS, BIS, Wisconsin, Drexel, Tsinghua PBCSF, Tsinghua SEM, PHBS, CKGSB, FMA, RBFC, Wharton
Presented at JFDS Conference, UCSB-ECON DeFi Seminar, Wharton-INSEAD Doctoral Consortium, Cardiff FinTech Research Conference, Wharton
Published at IMF Economic Review, 2021, volume 69, issue 1, 155-196
Presented at IMF Research Conference, DebtCon3, German Ministry of Finance