Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Park End Street
Qizhou Xiong is a Research Fellow for the Oxford Future of Real Estate Initiative.
Qizhou joined the Future of Real Estate Initiative as a Research Fellow in July 2019.
His research interests lie in the fields of Household Finance and Real Estate Market, particularly the asset pricing of real estate and its connection with the financial market. His recent projects cover various topics related to real estate asset pricing issues, such as the heterogeneity in rental and sales price growth, housing investment yield differences across micro-location (postal code level), and the impact of EPC on the housing market. These projects use big data from the online listing platforms, the public transaction records and national and regional statistical bureaus in Germany, USA and UK. He also applies big data analysis on the millions of securitized mortgage contracts to evaluate mortgage lenders’ belief in the local housing market.
Qizhou holds a PhD in Economics from Toulouse School of Economics (2015). His doctoral research applied micro-econometric methodologies in various topics in education choice and household finance. Before joining Saïd Business School, Qizhou used to work for Halle Institute for Economic Research and Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg as Junior Professor in Financial Economics. He is experienced in teaching various finance courses and supervising student theses.