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  • Chunyang Wang, PhD

  • Assistant Professor
  • PhD, Economics, University of Minnesota
  • Fields:Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics, Banking, Financial Crisis, Macro Finance, Financial Regulation, Financial Econometrics, Chinese Economy
  • Office Phone Number: +86-755-2603-3195
  • Office Room: RM 703, Building C
  • Email:cywang@phbs.pku.edu.cn
  • Web:http://cywangecon.weebly.com

Research Fields:
Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics, Banking, Financial Crisis, Macro Finance, Financial Regulation, Financial Econometrics, Chinese Economy

Education:

PhD, Economics, University of Minnesota,  2011

BA, Economics, Peking University, 2006

Employment:

2011-Present, Assistant Professor of Economics, HSBC Business School, Peking University

Media Report:
http://v.ifeng.com/news/finance/201504/01a2db13-ba19-4de1-be28-f267c653ec59.shtml

 

Publications

Bailouts and Bank Runs: Theory and Evidence from TARP, European Economic Review, Volume 64, (November 2013), Pages 169-180.

Bank Finance Heterogeneity in China: Micro-level Evidence (with Tianran Niu), Applied Economics Letters, vol. 21(2), (January 2014), pages 103-106.

An Empirical Analysis of Interest Rates and Exports under Imperfect Credit Markets (with Pu Chen and Nan Xu), Applied Economics Letters, (January 2015), Pages 1078-1082.

How Financial Market Imperfection and Exchange Rates Relate to Decisions to Export (with Pu Chen), Annals of Economics and Finance, (November 2015), Pages 315–334

Real Estate Prices and Firm Borrowings: Micro Evidence from China (with Pu Chen and Yangyan Liu), China Economic Review, Volume 36, (December 2015), Pages 296–308. 
 

Working Papers and Working in Progress

Crony Banking and Capital Misallocation in China
Power, Money, and Capital Misallocation in China (with Peiyuan Li and Muyang Zhang)
Local Firm and Government Crony: Evidence from Micro-Level Land Data (with Qinghua Zhang)
Political Connection and Firm Returns: New Evidence from China (with Liping Lu)
Environment, Firm Returns, and Political Connection in China (with Liping Lu and Xinrui Wang)
Political Connections and Decisions to Privatize in China (with Pu Chen)
China’s Smoothed Cycle and High Firm Volatility: The Role of Bank Loans (with Heungju Park)
Uncertainty in Global Games and Banking Runs: Evidence from Analyst Forecast (with Zilong Zhang)

2011-2012 Advanced Macroeconomics, MacroFinance Peking University

2009-2011 Instructor, Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Department of Economics, University of Minnesota

2007-2008 Teaching Assistant, Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Microeconomics,
Department of Economics, University of Minnesota