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Danling Jiang

Professor

Finance


Education:
PhD, The Ohio State University

Office:  345 Harriman Hall
Email:   danling.jiang@stonybrook.edu

Website: https://sites.google.com/site/danlingjiang/

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Danling Jiang is a Professor of Finance and Associate Dean of Research and Faculty Development at the College of Business, Stony Brook University. She co-directs the Center of Entrepreneurial Finance and the Blockchain Business Lab.

Dr. Jiang’s research involves studying equity and digital asset investments, corporate finance, and financial decision-making from behavioral and social finance approaches. Her research typically integrates economics, psychology, political science, and sociology into finance. Her work has been published in leading journals spanning the fields of finance, management, accounting, and judgment and decision-making, including the Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, Management Science, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Review of Finance, Review of Asset Pricing Studies, Review of Accounting Studies, Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Financial Markets, and Financial Analysts Journal, among others.

She serves in different roles for many journals in finance, economics, management, and psychology as well as for various publishers, funding agencies, and academic conferences and associations. She has also served on the Faculty-Student Association (FSA) Board of Directors and as the Chair of the Investment Committee. She founded stonyfinlab.org, a website and free newsletter dedicated to promoting financial intelligence and financial independence through lifelong learning in the Stony Brook community and beyond. Dr. Jiang received a Ph.D. in Finance and a Master's in Economics from the Ohio State University, and a Bachelor in Finance from Nanjing University.

Research: Behavioral and Social Approaches to Asset Pricing and Corporate Finance, Blockchain and Crypto Investments, Individual, Household, and Analyst Behavior

Teaching: FIN 578 (Behavioral Finance), FIN 539 (Investments), BUS 355 (Investments), research projects at the Center of Entrepreneurial Finance (https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/cef/) and the Blockchain Business Lab (https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/cef/BBL/index.php).