- Professor and Chair
- Bert W. Wasserman Department of Economics and Finance
Jun “Jonathan” Wang, PhD, is a Professor of Finance and Chair of the Bert W. Wasserman Department of Economics and Finance at the Zicklin School of Business. His research interests are corporate finance, financial markets, risk management, econometric modeling, and quantitative investment analysis.
Dr. Wang’s work has been published in leading journals, including Journal of Finance; Review of Financial Studies; Review of Economic Studies; Game and Economic Behavior; Journal of Law, Economics and Organization; Journal of Risk and Insurance, etc.
Dr. Wang has taught courses in introductory corporate finance, advanced corporate finance, mergers and acquisition at both the undergraduate level and the master level. He teaches Ph.D. corporate finance theory at Baruch, corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions in the Zicklin Executive MS in Finance program.
Dr. Wang has a bachelor’s degree in physics from Fudan University and a PhD in finance from Georgia State University.
Aloke Ghosh, and Jun Wang, (2019) Accounting Losses as a Heuristic for Managerial Failure: Evidence from CEO Turnovers. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 54(2), 877-906.
Gautam Goswami, Thomas Noe and Jun Wang. (2017) Buying up the block: An experimental investigation of capturing economic rents through sequential negotiations. Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, 33(1): 139-172.
Nishant Dass, Omesh Kini, Vikram Nanda, Bunyamin Onal and Jun Wang. (2014) “Board Expertise: Do Directors from Related Industries Help Bridge the Information Gap?” Review of Financial Studies, 27(5),1533-1592.
Yrjo Koskinen, Michael Rebello and Jun Wang. (2014) Private Information and Bargaining Power in Venture Capital Financing. Journal of Economics and Management Strategies, 23(4), 743-775.
Thomas Noe, Michael Rebello and Jun Wang. (2012) Learning to bid: The design of auctions under uncertainty and adaptation. Game and Economic Behavior, 74(2), 620-636.
Thomas Noe, Michael Rebello and Jun Wang (2006). The evolution of security designs. Journal of Finance, 61, 2103-2135.
Thomas Noe and Jun Wang (2004). Fooling all of the people some of the time: A theory of endogenous sequencing in confidential negotiations, Review of Economic Studies 71, 855-881.
Thomas Noe, Michael Rebello and Jun Wang (2003). Corporate financing: An artificial agent-based analysis. Journal of Finance 58, 943-973 (lead article).
Thomas Noe and Jun Wang (2000). Strategic debt restructuring. Review of Financial Studies 13, 985-1016.
TCFA Best Paper Winner, 2010, One day selling lock-up.
Best Paper in Risk Management, 2005, FMA, Managerial career concerns and risk management.
Best Paper Award, (Multinational Finance Journal, Volume 1, 1997), Jump diffusion process and emerging bond and stock markets: An investigation using daily data.