Jessie Wang

Assistant Professor
TEMPE Campus


Ph.D. in Economics, minor in Finance, Carnegie Mellon University, 2015; B.Sc. in Economics, Tsinghua University, 2009

Research Areas
Banking and Financial Institutions, Asset Pricing, Networks, Macro Finance

Current Projects
Distress Dispersion and Systemic Risk in Networks"

A Labor Capital Asset Pricing Model, with Lars-Alexander Kuehn and Mikhail Simutin

"Bank Networks and Systemic Risk: Micro-evidence before and after the National Banking Acts of 1863-1864," with Mark Paddrik and Haelim Park

Taxing Atlas: Using Firm Data to Derive Optimal Income Tax Rates, with Laurence Ales and A. Andr�s Bellofatto

Asset Pricing and Dynamic Labor Contracts

Academic Positions
Arizona State University, 2015-present.

Career and Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Alexander Henderson Award for Excellence in Economic Theory, 2015; American Economic Association CSWEP Summer Fellow, 2013; Best Paper Award at the ASU Sonoran Winter Finance Conference, 2013; WRDS Award for an Outstanding Paper in Asset Pricing Research, 2013; William L. Mellon Fellowship, Carnegie Mellon University, 2009-2012


Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
FIN 361Advanced Managerial Finance
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
FIN 361Advanced Managerial Finance