Professor Felix Chang is a Professor of Law, the Co-Director of the Corporate Law Center, and the Associate Dean for Faculty and Research at the University of Cincinnati College of Law.
Professor Chang’s research covers markets, inheritance, and inequality. In antitrust and financial regulation, his prior work examined the balance between competition and systemic risk in the derivatives markets. Currently, he is developing new tools for antitrust research through topic modeling, an algorithm that maps the statistical relationships among words, which can illuminate patterns in how courts interpret doctrines on market power and the antitrust-regulation balance. He is also fusing antitrust with approaches from race and law in the setting of ethnically segmented markets, where buyers hail from one ethnic group while sellers hail from another.
Professor Chang received his BA from Yale and his JD from Michigan.