Dr. S.J. Chang has taught finance courses for over twenty-five years at the collegiate level. His main teaching subjects are corporate financial management, investments, and international finance.
Dr. Chang's major research interests are in the areas of securities market efficiency and imperfections, financial education, and cultural issues in the global financial market
Ph.D., University of Maryland M.B.A., Cornell University B.A., Seoul National University
“When East and West Meet: An Essay on the Importance of Cultural Understanding in Global Business Practice and Education,” Journal of International Business and Cultural Studies 2, (2009), ISSN: 1941-5087, pp. 1-13.
“Business-Society Reciprocity as a Guideline for Global Corporate Governance,” International Finance Review 9, (2008), pp. 81-96.
“A Theoretical Discussion on Financial Theory: What Should We Teach and How?” Journal of Economics and Finance Education 5-2, (Winter 2006), pp. 39-47.