Danjue Shang

Assistant Professor

Department(s):
  • Economics and Finance

Danjue Shang

Education

PhD in Finance, University of Arizona, 2016

Biography

Dr. Danjue Shang is an Assistant Professor of Finance in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University. Dr. Shang earned a PhD in Finance at the University of Arizona in 2016, an MS in Mathematics at the University of Florida in 2011, a Master in Econometrics at Renmin University of China in 2009, and a BS in Mathematics at East China Normal University in 2003. She teaches Financial Management and Derivatives Markets to undergraduates. Her research interests are in empirical asset pricing and investment.

Journal Articles

Academic Journal

  • Shang, D., Financial Markets and Genetic Variation. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions, and Money
  • Shang, D., CASH FLOW MATCHING WITH RISKS CONTROLLED BY BUFFERED PROBABILITY OF EXCEEDANCE AND CONDITIONAL VALUE-AT-RISK. Annals of Operations Research

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Teaching

FIN 4480 - Derivatives Markets, Fall 2020
FIN 3200 - Financial Management, Fall 2020
FIN 3200 - Financial Management, Spring 2020
FIN 3200 - Financial Management, Spring 2020
FIN 4480 - Derivatives Markets, Fall 2019
FIN 3200 - Financial Management, Fall 2019
FIN 3200 - Financial Management, Spring 2019
FIN 3200 - Financial Management, Spring 2019
FIN 4480 - Derivatives Markets, Fall 2018
FIN 3200 - Financial Management, Fall 2018
FIN 3200 - Financial Management, Spring 2018
FIN 3200 - Financial Management, Spring 2018
FIN 4480 - Derivatives Markets, Fall 2017
FIN 3200 - Financial Management, Fall 2017
FIN 3200 - Financial Management, Spring 2017
FIN 3200 - Financial Management, Spring 2017
FIN 4480 - Derivatives Markets, Fall 2016