Rosita Chang

Rosita Chang
  • Professor of Finance
  • Director of the Center for Chinese Studies
  • Co-Director of the Asia-Pacific Financial Markets Research Center
  • Co-Director, UH CFP® Program


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Academic Background

  • CFA, AIMR, 1984
  • PhD, University of Pittsburgh, 1982
  • MBA, University of Pittsburgh, 1977
  • BA, Mills College, 1976

Research Interests

  • Asian Capital Markets
  • Mutual Funds
  • Market Microstructure

Selected Publications

“Are Lifecycle Funds Getting a Bum Rap?  A Comprehensive Comparison of Lifecycle versus lifestyle Retirement Strategies from Accumulation through Withdrawal,” (co-authored with Qianqiu Liu, John Robinson, and Jack DeJong), 2011, The Journal of Wealth Management 14(2), 68-84.

“How does the Call Market Method Affect Price Efficiency?  Evidence from the Singapore Stock Market,” (co-authored with S. Ghon Rhee, Gregory Stone, and Ning Tong) 2008, Journal of Banking and Finance 32, 2205-2219.

“Intra-Day Arbitrage Opportunities in Foreign Exchange and Eurocurrency Markets,” (co-authored with S. Ghon Rhee), 1992, Journal of Finance 47, 363-379.

“Inflation-Caused Wealth-Transfer:  A Case for the Insurance Industry,” (co-authored with Blair  M. Lord and S. Ghon Rhee), 1985, The Journal of Risk and Insurance 52, 627-643.

“The Currency-of-Denomination Decision for Debt Financing,” (co-authored with Peter E. Koveos and S. Ghon Rhee, 1985, Journal of International Business Studies 16, 143-150.