Lulu Wang is an assistant professor in finance at the Kellogg School of Management. His research interests include household finance, industrial organization, and corporate finance. His recent research studies competition between card payment networks. Prior to getting his PhD, he worked for two years on the global equities team at Bridgewater Associates. He obtained his PhD in Finance at Stanford GSB.
This class provides students with a structure for thinking about financial markets and the pricing of financial securities. The financial securities we study and price include stocks, bonds, futures, and options.
The class teaches how to address investment problems in a systematic manner using case studies. They are used to examine issues in the selection and implementation of investment strategies. In the process, the class examines current academic work about financial markets and their applications to investing.