Chang Yu

Chang Yu is a Research Fellow at the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities. His research focuses on corporate finance, corporate governance, financial markets, and the connection between economics and public health (health economics).

Chang's PhD thesis examines short selling and corporate investment within U.S. public firms.

Chang worked previously as a data analyst at ESR, New Zealand’s Crown Research Institute, where he contributed to research projects funded by the Ministry of Health, utilising the SHIVERS (Southern Hemisphere Influenza and Vaccine Effectiveness Research and Surveillance) cohort data.

Key publications

  1. Board gender diversity and investment inefficiency.
    Journal of Economics and Business,
    124 ,106-107.