Felix Zhiyu Feng

Visiting Assistant Professor

Department of Finance and Business Economics

Michael G. Foster School of Business

University of Washington

Tel: 206-616-4319 Email: ffeng@uw.edu

Assistant Professor of Economics (on leave)

University of Notre Dame

My main area of research is corporate finance, with specific interests in dynamic agency, contract theory, corporate governance, and institutional investment. I received a PhD in Economics from Duke University in 2014 and am a member of the Finance Theory Group.

Published and Forthcoming Articles

Dynamic Resource Allocation with Hidden Volatility, with Mark Westerfield, Journal of Financial Economics. Forthcoming.

Productivity and Liquidity Management Under Costly Financing, with Jianyu Lu and Jing Wang, Journal of Corporate Finance. Forthcoming.

Working Papers

Teaching Experience

University of Washington: Financial Theory and Analysis, Financial Strategy and Planning, Business Finance (Global EMBA)

University of Notre Dame: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory, Asset Pricing Theory

Duke University: Advanced Microeconomic Analysis, Advanced Topics in Financial Economics, Introduction to Econometrics, Time Series Analysis

Seminars and Conferences

Duke University (Finance, Economics), Oxford University, University of Notre Dame (Finance, Economics), University of Washington, Georgia State University, Loyola University Chicago, Boston University*, New York University*, Princeton University*, University of British Columbia*, University Kansas*, University of Michigan*, University of Minnesota*, University of Oklahoma*, University of Texas - Dallas*, Yale University*, Bikent University*, Collegio Carol Alberto*, London School of Economics*, Queen Mary University of London*, University of Bristol*, University of Warwick*, CUHK*, CKGSB*, PBC Tsinghua*, SUFE*, SWUFE*.

Finance Theory Members Meeting (MIT), AFA (Boston), Econometric Society NASM, SFS Cavalcade-Asia Pacific, Annual Workshop on Relational Contract (Northwestern), Financial Market Symposium (SUNY Albany), Midwest Economic Theory conference, USTC-UW Workshop on Fintech and Management Innovation, NFA, RES, SED, SWFA, SITE*, SAET*, ESSET(Gerzensee)*, Manchester University The Role of Hedge Funds Conference*, FMA*, ICCEF*

* Co-author presentations