Assistant Professor of Finance and Business Economics, USC Marshall School of Business
Tom Chang is an Assistant Professor of Finance and Business Economics, USC Marshall School of Business. His research interests include industrial organisation, behavioral economics, corporate finance and applied microeconomics. His current research focuses on better understanding individual decision making, and its implications for firm behavior. Professor Chang's current research is supported by grants from the George and Obie Schultz Fund, the Kauffman Foundation, the National Science Foundation and the USDA.His research has been covered by the Associated Press and featured in the Huffington Post, Ignites/Financial Times, Freakonomics.com, The Los Angeles Times, NPR, CBC/Radio-Canada and The Washington Post.
Recent work by Tom Chang
High levels of pollution reduce the productivity even of indoor workers; cutting pollution can improve the health of both the economy and of society