Dr. Oh is an Assistant Professor of Finance in the College of Business Administration at the University of Central Florida. He earned a Ph.D. in Finance at The University of Texas at Dallas and an M.S. in Finance at the University of Rochester. He has been a member of the UCF faculty since August 2015.

Dr. Oh’s research interests lie in corporate finance and investments with primary focus on corporate investments in intangibles such as corporate innovations, corporate social responsibility, and corporate culture. Dr. Oh also works in the areas of contract theory, industrial organization, and applied game theory. His works have been published in various prestigious journals such as Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (JFQA) and Journal of Banking and Finance (JBF). One of his works is also featured in the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation. Dr. Oh has also presented his research at prestigious conferences such as Entrepreneurial Finance and Innovation Conference (EFIC), Socially Responsible Investments Conference, and Financial Management Association annual meetings. He has received two best research paper awards from Entrepreneurial Finance and Innovation Conference (EFIC) and Southern Finance Association (SFA) annual meeting.

Prior to coming to the academia, Dr. Oh worked as an economist at The Bank of Korea (the central bank of South Korea). He holds a designation of Financial Risk Manager (FRM) since 2008.

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