Wenhao Yang


Wenhao Yang

Assistant Professor

Education Background:
Ph.D. in Finance, The University of Utah
M.S. in Finance, The University of Utah
B.A. in Finance, Xiamen University
Teaching Area



Empirical Asset Pricing, Empirical Corporate Finance, Institutional Investors, Experimental Finance


1. "The Persistence of Fee Dispersion among Mutual Funds",with Michael Cooper and Michael Halling,

2. "RQ Innovative Efficiency and Firm Value",with Michael Cooper and Anne Marie Knott,

3. "Costly Information Acquisition in Decentralized Markets: An Experiment",with Elena Asparouhova and Peter Bosssaerts,

4. "Humans in Charge of Trading Robots: The First Experiment",with E. Asparouhova, P. Bosssaerts, K. Rotaru, T. Wang, N. Yadav,

5. "How Are Firms Sold? The Role of Common Ownership",with Mohammad Irani and Feng Zhang,,2021

6. "Measuring (In)Attention to Mutual Fund Fees: Evidence from Experiments",with Hugh Kim,,2021

7. "Asset Pricing In a World of Imperfect Foresight",with Peter Bossaerts, Frans van den Bogaerde and Felix Fattinger,,2021

8. Prospect Theory and Mutual Fund Flows,with Bin Han and Pengfei Sui,,2021

9. "Private Equity Funds and Firm Products",with Feng Zhang,,2019

10. "Mutual Fund Management: Does Active Management Pay?",Wenhao Yang,,2017