Felix B. Chang writes primarily on antitrust, financial regulation, and trusts & estates. His research focuses on the ability of infrastructures to suppress competition in the financial markets as well as the relationship between inheritance law and wealth inequality. His recent work examines clearing and settlement in the currency markets, the antitrust implications of ethnically segmented markets, and intestacy in China.
Prior to visiting at Ohio State, Professor Chang was the Associate Dean for Faculty and Research at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where he also served as Co-Director of the Corporate Law Center.
Professor Chang received his BA from Yale and his JD from Michigan.