Jau-Lian Jeng, Ph.D., is a professor in Azusa Pacific University’s School of Business and Management. He teaches courses in corporate finance, managerial finance, investments, international trade and finance, and applied business research. Jeng has written a number of articles for such publications as Global Finance Journal and Chinese Economy. He has served as a reviewer for textbooks, refereed journal articles, and has participated as a discussant in the First Global Finance Conference. He is fluent in Chinese Mandarin and Taiwanese, and is an expert in mathematical modeling, statistical analyses, and econometric and time series modeling in volatility analysis for derivatives and asset pricing.
Ph.D., Economics, University of California San Diego (1991)
M.A., Economics, Rutgers University (1985)
B.A., Economics, National Taiwan University (1979)
School of Business and Management
Econometric and Time Series Modeling in Volatility Analysis for Derivatives and Asset Pricing
BUSI 330 – Principles of Finance FIN 330 – Financial Analysis FIN 434 – Derivatives FIN 436 – Financial Risk Management FIN 439 – Seminar in Finance
Mon., Wed., and Fri., 9:40–10:40 a.m.; 3–3:30 pm.; and by appointment