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Ning Tang

Ning Tang, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Finance Department

Bio

Ning Tang is an assistant professor in Department of Finance, College of Business Administration. Dr. Tang's research mainly focuses on household portfolio choice, investment behavior, pension and benefit plan design, insurance and risk management. Her recent research includes evaluating the efficiency of sponsor and participant portfolio choices in 401(k) plans, trading behavior of pension plan participants in recent financial crisis, and the design of life-cycle funds. Her paper has been accepted by Journal of Public Economics. After completing the Bachelor's degree in Actuarial Science in the University of Hong Kong, she pursued and obtained the Master and Ph.D. degree in the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

  • Ph.D., The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Applied Economics.
  • B.S. The University of Hong Kong, Actuarial Science.
  • Tang, N. (forthcoming). Like Father Like Son - How Does Parents' Financial Behavior Affect Their Children's Financial Behavior?. Journal of Consumer Affairs, forthcoming.
  • Tang, N., Baker, A. (forthcoming). Self-Esteem, Financial knowledge and Financial Behavior. Journal of Economic Psychology, forthcoming.
  • Tang, N. (2016). The Overlooked Momentum Traders in 401(k) Plans. Financial Services Review, Vol. 25 (1), 51-72.
  • Tang, N., Lin, Y. (2015). The Efficiency of Target-Date Funds. Journal of Asset Management, Vol. 16 (2), 131-148.
  • Tang, N., Peter, P. (2015). Financial Knowledge Acquisition Among the Young: The Role of Financial Education, Financial Experience, and Parents’ Financial Experience. Financial Services Review, Vol. 24, 119-137.
  • Tang, N., Baker, A., Peter, P. (2015). Investigating the Gap between Financial Knowledge and Behavior: The Role of Parental Influence and Psychological Characteristics. Journal of Consumer Affairs, Vol. 49 (2), 376-406.
  • Lu, J., Tang, N. (2015) Social Interaction Effects and Individual Portfolio Choice: Evidence from 401(k) Pension Plan Investors. Southwestern Financial Association 2015 conference, Houston, TX (Presenter)
  • Tang, N. (2015) Financial Services Review (Associate Editor).
  • Tang, N., Lu, J. (2014). Are Your Clients Making the Right Loan Choice?. Journal of Financial Planning, Vol. 27 (10), 39-47.
  • Tang, N. (2014) Financial Services Review (Associate Editor).
  • Tang, N., Lu, J. (2013) Are You Making the Right Debt Choice?-Evidence from National Financial Capability Study Surveys. Financial Planning Association Experience 2013 Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • Tang, N., Mitchell, O., Utkus, S. (2012) Reshaping Retirement Security: Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis. In Trading in 401(k) Plans during the Financial Crisis. 1. Oxford University Press.
  • Lachance, M., Tang, N. (2012). Financial Advice and Trust. Financial Services Review, Vol. 21 (3), 209-226.
  • Tang, N., Lachance, M. (2012). Financial Advice: What about Low-Income Consumers?. Journal of Personal Finance, Vol. 11 (2), 121-158.
  • Lachance, M., Tang, N. (2012) Financial Advice and Trust. Center for Silver Security Conference, Singapore Management University
  • Tang, N., Mitchell, O., Utkus, S. (2011) Trading in 401(k) Plans during the Financial Crisis. Pension Research Council Symposium, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (Presenter)
  • Tang, N., Mitchell, O., Utkus, S., Mottola, G. (2010). The Efficiency of Sponsor and Participant Portfolio Choices in 401(k) Plans. Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 94 (11-12), 1073-1085.
  • Associate Editor, Financial Services Review
  • University Senate Library Committee
  • Financial Planning Association SDSU Student Chapter faculty advisor

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