Address：School of Finance, Central University of Finance and Economics, No 39, College South Road, Beijing, Haidian District, Beijing, China
Ph.D in Finance 2008.09-2013.06
School of National Development, Peking University, China;
Visiting Scholar 2011.09-2012.06
Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, Columbia University, USA;
B.A in Economics and B.S in Mathematics 2004.09-2008.06
Institute for Advanced Study, Wuhan University, China
1. 2016.11–present Associate Professor. School of Finance, Central University of Finance and Economics
2. 2013.07–2016.10 Assistant Professor. School of Finance, Central University of Finance and Economics
Financial Markets, Corporate Finance, Investments, Advanced Microeconomics, Game Theory and Information Economics
Advanced Microeconomics,Brand Courses of Foreign Students Studying in China (granted by Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, the second wave), course coordinator
Corporate Finance Theory, Behavioral Finance Theory, Financial Regulation, Applied Micro-Theory
1. Xueyong Zhang*, Ran Chen and Xu Wei, “Underwriters and Re-IPO Performance”, Economic Research Journal (in Chinese), 2020, 1:162-180.
2. Larry Qiu*, Mohan Zhou and Xu Wei, “Regulation, Innovation, and Firm Selection: The Porter Hypothesis under Monopolistic Competition”, Journal of Environmental Economics & Management, 2018, 92: 638-658.
3. Xu Wei*, Yaxian Gong and Ho-Mou Wu, “The Impacts of Net Stable Funding Ratio Requirement on Banks’ Choices of Debt Maturity”, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2017, 82: 229-243.
4. Xueyong Zhang*, Qiuyue Zhang, Xu Wei, “Impact of Underwriter Switch on Seasoned Equity Offering: Theoretical and Empirical Analyses” (2017), Journal of Management Sciences in China (in Chinese), 2017, 9: 85-101.
5. Xu Wei, Yongwei Chen, Mohan Zhou and Yi Zhou*, “SOE Preference and Credit Misallocation: A Model and Some Evidence from China”, Economics Letters, 2016, 138(1): 38-41.
6. Xu Wei, Xiao Xiao* and Yi Zhou “Investors' Heterogeneity, Auditor Choice and Information Signaling: A Theoretical Model and Policy Implications”, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, 2015, 34(3): 113-138.
7. Guixia Guo, Frank Yong Wang* and Xu Wei, “Optimal Tranching with Diverse Beliefs”, Economics Letters, 2014, 124(2): 222-226.
8. Guixia Guo*, Ho-Mou Wu, Frank Yong Wang, Xu Wei, “Risk Retention of Bank Asset Securitization: Mechanism and Welfare Effect”, China Economic Quarterly (in Chinese), 2014, 13(3): 887-916.
2020.01 – 2023.12 General Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China (71973160), project leader
The mechanism of the effect of liquidity regulations on systemic risk in China’s banking sector
2015.01 - 2017.12 Youth Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China (71403306), project leader
The optimal debt maturity structure of “Shadow Banking System”: An analysis based on asymmetric information”