Charles C.Y. Wang
Assistant Professor of Business Administration
Charles C.Y. Wang is an assistant professor of business administration in the Accounting and Management Unit and teaches the Financial Reporting and Control course in the MBA required curriculum. Professor Wang is a former lecturer in law and economics at Harvard Law School and a past fellow in its Olin Program on Corporate Governance.
In his research, Professor Wang studies empirical asset pricing, equity valuation, corporate governance, and financial regulation. His current focus is on the connections between firm fundamentals and expected returns and on the relationship between governance characteristics and managerial incentives and firm performance. Professor Wang's research has been published in leading journals such as the Journal of Financial Economics and the Journal of Accounting and Economics. Media outlets including The Economist, the Financial Times, The New York Times Dealbook, U.S. News, and Smart Money have cited his research findings.
Professor Wang holds a Ph.D. and an MA in economics from Stanford University and an MS in statistics, also from Stanford. He graduated from Cornell University with a bachelor’s degree in industrial and labor relations. Before his graduate studies, he worked in economic and litigation consulting.
Charles C.Y. Wang: Awarded the 2011-2012 Bradley Graduate Fellowship from the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR).
Charles C.Y. Wang: Received a 2011 Centennial Teaching Assistant Award from Stanford University.
Charles C.Y. Wang: Received a 2010 George P. Schultz Graduate Student Fellowship in Economic Policy from the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR).
Charles C.Y. Wang: Won the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award from Stanford University, 2008–2010.
Charles C.Y. Wang: Received a Stanford University Graduate Fellowship, 2006–2008.