Can Huang

I am a Ph.D. candidate in Finance and Real Estate at the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. Before entering Berkeley, I obtained my Bachelor's degree in Finance and Mathematics from Peking University in 2017.

My primary research interests are entrepreneurial finance and innovation, and I have secondary interests in banking and financial intermediaries. My current research explores how venture capital makes investment decisions, and my job market paper focuses on the effects of networks in VC investments.

I am on the 2022-2023 job market. My references are Nancy E. Wallace, Amir Kermani, and Gustavo Manso.

Working Papers

  • Networks in Venture Capital Markets [Abstract][PDF],

    • Job Market Paper

  • Banks' Rate Setting Behavior and Regional Distribution of Deposit Rates [Abstract]

    • with Adrien d'Avernas, Andrea Eisfeldt, Richard Stanton, and Nancy Wallace

  • Signalling in the Venture Debt Financing [Abstract]

    • with Sizhu Lu

Teaching Experience

  • Asset-Backed Security Markets, MFE core, 2020 - 2022, Graduate Student Instructor

  • Fixed-Income Markets, MFE core, 2021 - 2022, Graduate Student Instructor

  • Introduction to Real Estate and Urban Land Economics, UGBA, 2020, Graduate Student Instructor

  • Introduction to Real Estate Finance, UGBA, 2019, Graduate Student Instructor