Associate Professor of Finance, David H. McKinley Professor of Business
Office: 350 Business Building
Member of Faculty Since: 1997
Professor Huang has been at Penn State since receiving his Ph.D. in finance from New York University in 1997. He has also taught at the Stern School of Business, New York University.
Valuation of corporate bonds, credit default swaps, and options; Mutual fund and hedge fund performance analysis; TIPS and inflation risk premium
Derivatives markets, credit risk, fixed-income markets, mutual funds, and hedge funds
Jingzhi Huang and Ming Huang, "How Much of the Corporate-Treasury Yield Spread Is Due to Credit Risk?", Review of Asset Pricing Studies, 2012, 2, 153-202.
Jingzhi Huang and Ying Wang, "Should Investors Invest in Hedge Fund-Like Mutual Funds? Evidence from the 2007 Financial Crisis", Journal of Financial Intermediation, forthcoming, , .
Jingzhi Huang and Zhaodong Zhong, "Time Variation in Diversification Benefits of Commodity, REITs, and TIPS", Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 2013, 46, 152-192.
Viral Acharya, Jingzhi Huang, Marti Subrahmanyam and Rangarajan Sundaram, "When Does Strategic Debt-Service Matter?", Economic Theory, 2006, 46, pp. 363-378.
Jingzhi Huang and Liuren Wu, "Specification Analysis of Option Pricing Models Based on Time-Changed Levy Processes", Journal of Finance, 2004, 59, 1405-1439.
Young Ho Eom, Jean Helwege, and Jingzhi Huang, "Structural Models of Corporate Bond Pricing: An Empirical Analysis,", Review of Financial Studies, 2004, 17, 499-544.
Bin Gao, Jingzhi Huang, and Marti Subrahmanyam, "The Valuation of American Barrier Options Using the Decomposition Technique,", Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 2000, 24, 1783-1827.
Jingzhi Huang, Marti Subrahmanyam, and George Yu, "Pricing and Hedging American Options: A Recursive Integration Method,", Review of Financial Studies, 1996, 9, 277-300.
Corporate bonds and other debt instruments,, Financial Times Envisioning the future of securities analysis,, CFA Magazine The Problem With Absolute Return Funds, Forbes Magazine Being short apparently has its benefits , AllAboutAlpha.com
New York University,
Ph.D. , Physics, Auburn University,
B.S. , Theoretical Physics, University of Science & Technology of China ,
Fin 406 , Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
Fin 561 , Theory of Valuation (PhD seminar)
Fin 597, Empirical Asset Pricing (PhD seminar)
Fin 406H, Security Analysis and Portfolio Management (Honors Section)