Xuan Wang

Xuan Wang

Doctoral Candidate


  • Xuan.Wang@sbs.ox.ac.uk

Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Park End Street
Oxford
OX1 1HP

Profile

Xuan started his doctorate in Financial Economics in October 2015.

Under the supervision of Dimitrios Tsomocos and Oren Sussman, Xuan’s research focuses on international finance and macro-finance, more specifically the interplay between credit, money, and financial stability. In one of his projects, he builds a dynamic model to incorporate credit, money, and financial fragility and model intermediary asset pricing with financial stability risks. In another joint paper, he builds a macro-finance model based on deposit issuance via bank loans and investigates the possible policy perils at the Zero Lower Bound to the real economy. Alongside these two projects, Xuan is also working on the sustainability of currency union via the lens of financial intermediation.

Xuan’s studies are funded by the Clarendon Scholarship and Saïd Foundation Scholarship. Xuan is a member of Exeter College and a lecturer in Economics at Magdalen College, University of Oxford. Xuan is also a peer supporter as part of the university welfare team.

Prior to his PhD, Xuan worked as an economist at the Bank of England. Xuan received his MPhil in Economics with Distinction from the University of Oxford.

Conference

Organiser of the Inaugural Oxford Saïd Macrofinance Workshop on Money Creation, 2018 AFA conference (poster presentation), 2017 Royal Economic Society PhD Conference (presentation), 2017 HEC Paris Finance PhD Workshop (presentation), 2017 IFABS Conference Asia (panel discussion and presentation).

Research

Summary of Xuan’s current projects:

Summary of Xuan’s current projects:

  • Financial Intermediation and the Sustainability of Currency Union (work in progress)
  • Private Money, Inside Money and Delegated Monitoring (work in progress)
  • Bank Credit and Default in an Infinite Horizon, jointly with Charles Goodhart and Dimitrios Tsomocos.
  • Banks, Money and the Zero Lower Bound, jointly with Michael Kumhof, Bank of England staff working paper series No. 752, 2018.  Saïd Business School Research Paper, 2018-16.
  • Referee service: International Journal of Central Banking (IJCB)

MPhil thesis:

A Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium to Analyse Default and Maturity Mismatch (Revise & Resubmit, Journal of Banking and Finance)

Teaching

Graduate Teaching Associate: Advanced Asset Pricing (PhD/DPhil in Financial Economics course, 2015-2018)

College Lecturer in Economics (tutor for undergraduate students reading Philosophy, Politics and Economics PPE, Magdalen College, Oxford, 2017-2019)

  • Introductory Macroeconomics
  • Quantitative Economics
  • Introductory Microeconomics

MBA and EMBA Teaching Assistant (2018, Saïd Business School, Oxford)

Graduate Teaching Associate: Financial Economics 1 (MPhil Economics 2nd year course, 2015-2018)

MBA and EMBA Guest Lecturer: Money and Financial Stability (School of Economics and Management, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, summer 2017)

Seminar leader of Economics of Public Policy (for Master of Public Policy students at the Blavatnik School of Government, 2017-2018)

Graduate Teaching Assistant for Professor Sir. John Vickers (Macroeconomics of Public Policy, MPP, 2017-2019)