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Inwon Jang

Lead Modeling Expert

Market Risk Analysis Division

Inwon Jang is a lead modeling expert in the Market Risk Analysis Division within Supervision Risk & Analysis at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).

Prior to joining the OCC in 2010, Dr. Jang was an assistant professor of finance at Merrimack College and a research fellow at the Korea Institute of Finance. He earned a Ph.D. in Business Administration from University of Illinois at Chicago, a master’s degree in finance from University of New South Wales, Australia, and an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Yonsei University, Korea.

Dr. Jang’s research interests include systemic risk, credit risk modeling, bankruptcy, counterparty credit risk, dynamic portfolio optimization and real estate finance, and his research can be found here.

  1. Jang, Nogler, and Cho (2015) "Recent Changes in Auditor Going Concern Modification Resolution," Global Business Administration Review, Vol 12-3
  2. Jang, Wong, and Huh (2014) "Portfolio Decisions and the optimal Deductible for an insurance Policy," Korean Insurance Journal, Vol 99
  3. Suh, Jang, and Ahn (2013) "A Simple Method for Measuring Systemic Risk Using Credit Default Swap Data," Journal of Economic Development, Vol 38, Number 4
  4. Jang and Nogler (2013) “Auditing Treasury Operations: Risks and Traps,” Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, Vol 24, Issue 2
  5. Nogler and Jang (2012) “Auditor's Going-concern modification decision in the post-Enron era,” Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, Vol 23, Issue 5
  6. Nogler and Jang (2011) “Sarbanes-Oxley Act: "One-Size-Fits All" Approach Justified?” Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, Vol 22, Issue 4
  7. Jang and Kim (2009) “The Dynamics of the Credit Spread and Monetary Policy: Empirical Evidence from the Korean Bond Market,” Journal of Emerging Market Finance, 8(2)
  8. Jang, Wong and Huh (2008) “Optimal capital investment under uncertainty: An extension,” Economics Bulletin, 5(4)
  9. Bielecki and Jang (2007) “Portfolio Selection with a Defaultable Security,” Asia-Pacific Financial Markets, 13 (2)
  10. Huh and Jang (2007) “Phillips curve, sacrifice ratio, and the natural rate of unemployment,” Economic Modelling 24

  1. Hwang and Jang (2016) “Evaluating Loan Modifications: 2008-2014”
  2. Jang (2015) “Estimating Prices and Sensitivities for Multi-type Multiple defaultable Bonds by Simulation: an Extension.”

  1. Jang and Kim (2009) “Macroeconomics of Catastrophic Event Risks: Research Comes of Age,” Emerging Topics in Macroeconomics ed. Richard O. Bailly, Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp. 29-34