I am a financial economist and macroeconomist.
My research interests span asset pricing, macro-finance, and international finance.
Currently, I study the effects of government debt on asset prices, international shock transmissions, the role of financial intermediaries and the impact of government policy on exchange rates.
University of Pennsylvania | 2017
Amir Yaron (Chair)
University of Pennsylvania | 2014
Fudan University | 2011
University of California, Berkeley | 2009
Associate Professor of Finance (with tenure)
The University of Hong Kong | 2023-present
Assistant Professor of Finance
The University of Hong Kong | 2017-2023
International Monetary Fund | 2015-2017
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia | 2014-2017