Chi Sheh, Ph.D.

Dr. Chi Sheh is a professor at University of the West, teaching in the areas of finance, accounting, statistics, and economics. He has conducted research in the areas of market microstructure and behavioral finance, and specializes in applying experimental methods to the analysis of financial markets and human behavior. Recently his research interests has ranged from ways to apply Buddhist philosophy and Humanistic Management principles to investment decisions and corporate decision making, as well as the new field of AI ethics.

Dr. Sheh is also the Director of the University of the West Socially Responsible Investment Fund, where he directs MBA students in the selection of socially responsible companies, mutual funds, and exchange traded funds. Dr. Sheh is also the founding advisor to the Sustainable Investing Club at University of the West, which seeks to promote a sense of responsibility to the society, the environment, and future generations by searching for ways to make investing more sustainable, and in the process serve as a platform to foster innovative ideas in the various areas of sustainable investment.

His professional experience also includes working as a financial analyst for Enron Corporation in Houston, Texas, in the areas of Power Trading, International Energy and Water Project Development, and Commercial Energy Risk Management and Services.

EDUCATION

The University of Houston Houston, TX
Ph.D. in Finance (2009)

The University of Texas at Austin Austin, TX
B.A. Economics (1998) – Graduated with Highest Honors
B.B.A. Engineering Route to Business and Business Honors (1998)

Concentrations: Manufacturing Engineering / Financial Management