Sheng Yang


Chair, Dr. Richard W. Lindholm Professor of Public Finance, and Associate Professor in Economics and Management

I joined the Department of Economics and Management in Fall 2011 as an Associate Professor, received my tenure in 2015, and have been chair of the department since Fall 2016. I am also faculty advisor of the Gustavus Finance Club, which I founded in May 2013. The courses I regularly teach include Business Finance, Managerial Finance, Investments, and International Trade and Finance. I received the Swenson Bunn Memorial Award for Teaching Excellence in 2013.

As an economist in the fields of Industrial Organization, Investments, and Applied Econometrics, my research has been mostly focused on the empirical analysis of strategic behavior and market dominance, capital market efficiency, and behavioral economics.  My current research is about investigating the short-run and long-run dynamics between exchange rates and stock prices and the path through which monetary policy shocks impact on these markets in small open economies. The article has been accepted for publication at Pacific-Basin Finance Journal.


University of Nebraska - Lincoln


running, music, and reading

Courses Taught

E/M-370 (Managerial Finance) and E/M-384 (International Trade and Finance)

Synonym Title Times Taught Terms Taught
E/M-270 Business Finance 10 2018/FA, 2016/FA, 2015/SP, 2014/FA, 2013/FA, 2013/SP, and 2012/FA
E/M-371 Investments 8 2018/FA, 2017/FA, 2016/FA, 2014/FA, 2013/FA, and 2012/SP
E/M-370 Managerial Finance 8 2018/SP, 2017/SP, 2015/SP, 2014/SP, 2013/SP, and 2011/FA
E/M-275 International Trade and Finance 3 2015/SP, 2014/SP, and 2013/SP
E/M-384 International Trade and Finance 2 2018/SP and 2017/SP
FTS-100 FTS:Globalization 1 2017/FA
E/M-344 ST:Adv Corp Finance 1 2013/SP
E/M-102 Principles of Microeconomics 1 2012/SP
E/M-101 Principles of Macroeconomics 1 2011/FA