On job market

Conor Walsh

Hongming Wang

Hitotsubashi University

I am a post-doctoral researcher at the Hitotsubashi Institute for Advanced Study (HIAS), Hitotsubashi University. My research interests are in health, health insurance, and public policies.

Wenya Wang

School of Finance, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

I am currently an assistant professor at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. I work in the areas of macroeconomics, firm dynamics, and financial economics.

Xuan Wang

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Tinbergen Institute

I am an Assistant Professor of Finance at SBE Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and Candidate Fellow at Tinbergen Institute. My research focuses on the interface between money and default in macro and international finance. My recent work shows a lenient bankruptcy code in currency unions that lack fiscal unions can restore banking stability and improve risk sharing. The model provides the financial stability and welfare implications of bankruptcy within a capital markets union in the Eurozone.

Colin Ward

University of Minnesota

Assistant Professor of Finance at University of Minnesota. Work in international finance, intangible capital, and macrofinance.

Missaka Warusawitharana

Federal Reserve Board

Lingsi Wei

University of Bath

I am a third-year PhD. student. My research interest is heterogeneity in macroeconomics, macro-prudential policies, collateral equilibrium, and financial innovation

Lionel Wilner


Irenaeus Wolff

Thurgau Institute of Economics/Univ. of Konstanz

Irenaeus started his career with research on social dilemmas – in particular, on norms and punishment – working with Karim Sadrieh in Magdeburg and Bettina Rockenbach in Erfurt. In 2010, he joined Urs Fischbacher‘s group in Konstanz as a post-doc research fellow. In the past 10 years, he has worked on a variety of topics, including behavioural game theory – in particular, on the nature of beliefs and their role for behaviour – voting, as well as methodologic questions. He pursued the introduction/spreading of pre-results review in experimental economics and is currently one of the two guest editors of a `Symposium‘ of pre-results reviewed submissions at Experimental Economics.

Zhiting Wu

School of Economics and Finance, University of St Andrews

I am Zhiting Wu, a PhD candidate in the School of Economics and Finance, University of St Andrews. I am a financial/macro-economist specialized in Theoretical and Empirical Asset Pricing. I will present my job market paper "Firm Heterogeneity in Production-Based Asset Pricing: The Role of Habit Sensitivity and Lumpy Investment" in the European Meeting of Econometric Society.

I am on the 2020-2021 job market and will be available for interviews during the next few months.

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