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Tom Chang is an associate professor of Finance and Business Economics at Marshall School of Business and a research fellow at both the Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics and the Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research. He received a BS in Physics (1998) and a PhD in economics (2009), both from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His current research focuses on better understanding individual decision-making and its implications for firm behavior.
Learn to lead with confidence in a data-driven world. During this program, suitable for non-specialists, you will learn about both the capabilities and limitations of big data, AI and data analytics. You will be taught a framework from which to understand big data and analytics and leave with a toolbox that you can use to lead effective business analytics initiatives and make fact-driven decisions based on analysis.
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Tom Y. Chang (2016). Being Surprised by the Unsurprising: Earning Seasonality and Stock Returns, Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance, September 22, 2016
Tom Chang, Samuel Hartzmark, David Solomon (2016). Being Surprised by the Unsurprising: Earnings Seasonality and Stock Returns, Review of Financial Studies.