Mike Ilitch School of Business
2771 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48201
Investments, Asset Pricing, Options and Derivatives and Financial Regulation.
Ph.D., Finance, Washington State University, 2020
MS, Financial Economics, Utah State University, 2016
BS, Finance, Utah State University, 2015
BS, Economics, Utah State University, 2015
Research and teaching interests
Financial News Media
Cuyler Strong is an Assistant Professor of Finance in the Department of Finance at the Mike Ilitch School of Business. His primary reseach interests are in the area of Investments, Market Microstructure, Derivatives and the Financial News Media. He has published in the Journal of Financial Markets and the Journal of Futures Markets. Prior to joining Wayne State University he worked as a Financial Economist at the Securities and Exchange Commission, where he mainly worked on regulation related to short selling and options markets. He has also taught the University of Maryland-College Park and Washington State University.
Jiang, G.J., Shimizu, Y. and Strong, C., 2022. Back to the futures: When short selling is banned. Journal of Financial Markets, 61, p.100735.
Jiang, G.J., Shimizu, Y. and Strong, C., 2020. When trading options is not the only option: The effects of single‐stock futures trading on options market quality. Journal of Futures Markets, 40(9), pp.1398-1419.