Jeffery Zhang is an assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan. He teaches and writes on financial regulation, law and economics, and digital assets.
Before joining Michigan Law, Zhang served as a senior attorney in the Federal Reserve Board’s Legal Division and, before that, as an economist in the Board’s Division of Supervision and Regulation. He also served in the White House Council of Economic Advisers during the Obama and Biden administrations.
His research has been published or is forthcoming in various journals, including the Georgetown Law Journal, University of Chicago Law Review, Yale Journal on Regulation, and Journal of Financial Regulation.
"The Orkney Slew and Central Bank Digital Currencies"
""Nobody is Proud of Soft Dollars": The Impact of MiFID II on U.S. Financial Markets"
"Taming Wildcat Stablecoins"
"The Costs of Banks Engaging in Non-Banking Activities: A Case Study"
- Corporate and Securities Law