Tri Vi Dang is a lecturer in Financial Economics at Columbia University. Prior to joining the Department of Economics at Columbia in 2010 he was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Yale University and an Assistant Professor at the University of Mannheim. Dang regularly lectures at Fudan University and conducts research at HKIMR of Hong Kong Monetary Authority. His research spans the fields of financial contracting, financial intermediation, financial innovation and financial crises. His recent work focuses on financial liberalization in China, especially Chinese shadow banking and stock market reform. Dang has written extensively about these topics using both theoretical and empirical methodologies and in collaboration with many coauthors. His papers are widely cited and published in top academic journals, such as the American Economic Review, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Journal of Economic Theory and Journal of Financial Intermediation. Dang received a doctorate degree in Economics from the University of Mannheim in 2005 and graduated in Business Economics from Goethe University of Frankfurt. Before starting his academic career Dang worked in the Primary Market Group at Deutsche Boerse and Investment Banking Division of Deutsche Bank
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