WEI XIONG 熊伟
Trumbull-Adams Professor of Finance
Professor of Economics
20 Washington Road, Princeton, NJ 08540, USA
Telephone: (609) 258-0282
Co-Editor, Journal of Finance
VoxChina.org (a bridge on economic issues between China and the world)
RECENT PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
12. Chang Liu and Wei Xiong (2018), China's Real Estate Market NEW
11. Wei Xiong (2018), The Mandarin Model of Growth NEW
10. Michael Sockin and Wei Xiong (2018), A Model of Cryptocurrencies NEW
8. Jinghan Cai, Jibao He, Wenxi Jiang, and Wei Xiong (2017), The Whack-A-Mole Game: Tobin Taxes and Trading Frenzy NEW
7. Ting Chen, Laura Liu, Wei Xiong, and Li-An Zhou (2017), Real Estate Boom and Misallocation of Capital in China
5. Ziying Fan, Wei Xiong, and Li-An Zhou (2016), Information Distortion in Hierarchical Organizations: A Study of China's Great Famine
3. Zhenyu Gao, Michael Sockin, and Wei Xiong (2017), Learning about the Neighborhood
2. Kewei Hou, Lin Peng, and Wei Xiong (2009), A Tale of Two Anomalies: The Implication of Investor Attention for Price and Earnings Momentum
1. Kewei Hou, Lin Peng, and Wei Xiong (2013), Is R-Squared a Measure of Market Inefficiency?
36. Ting Chen, Zhenyu Gao, Jibao He, Wenxi Jiang, and Wei Xiong (2019), Daily Price Limits and Destructive Market Behavior [Online Appendix], Journal of Econometrics 208, 249–264.
Summary of findings and implications on VoxChina
35. Zheng Song and Wei Xiong (2018), Risks in China’s Financial System, Annual Review of Financial Economics 10, 261–286.
34. Markus Brunnermeier, Michael Sockin, and Wei Xiong (2017), China's Gradualistic Economic Approach and Financial Markets, American Economic Review Papers & Proceedings 107(5): 608-613.
32. Chunxin Jia, Yaping Wang, and Wei Xiong (2017), Market Segmentation and Differential Reactions of Local and Foreign Investors to Analyst Recommendations, Review of Financial Studies 30, 2972-3008.
31. Hanming Fang, Quanlin Gu, Wei Xiong, and Li-An Zhou (2016), Demystifying the Chinese Housing Boom, NBER Macroeconomics Annual, edited by Martin Eichenbaum and Jonathan Parker, 105-166.
Housing price indices for 120 Chinese cities are available upon an email request
29. Ing-haw Cheng, Andrei Kirilenko, and Wei Xiong (2015), Convective Risk Flows in Commodity Futures Markets, Review of Finance 19, 1733-1781.
27. Markus Brunnermeier, Alp Simsek, and Wei Xiong (2014), A Welfare Criterion for Models with Distorted Beliefs, Quarterly Journal of Economics 129 (4), 1711-1752.
26. Ing-haw Cheng and Wei Xiong (2014), The Financialization of Commodity Markets, Annual Review of Financial Economics 6, 419-441.
25. Ing-haw Cheng and Wei Xiong (2014), Why Do Hedgers Trade So Much?, Journal of Legal Studies 43, S183-S207.
24. Conghui Hu and Wei Xiong (2013), Are Commodity Futures Prices Barometers of the Global Economy?, Apres le Deluge: Finance and the Common Good after the Crisis, edited by E. Glen Weyl, Edward L. Glaeser, and Tano Santos.
23. Zhiguo He and Wei Xiong (2013), Delegated Asset Management, Investment Mandates, and Capital Immobility, Journal of Financial Economics 107, 239-258 (lead article).
22. Wei Xiong (2013), Bubbles, Crises, and Heterogeneous Beliefs, Handbook for Systemic Risk, edited by Jean-Pierre Fouque and Joe Langsam, Cambridge University Press, 663-713.
21. Ke Tang and Wei Xiong (2012), Index Investment and Financialization of Commodities, Financial Analysts Journal 68 (6), 54-74.
Summary of findings and implications on VoxEU.
19. Zhiguo He and Wei Xiong (2012), Dynamic Debt Runs, Review of Financial Studies 25, 1799-1843.
18. Zhiguo He and Wei Xiong (2012), Rollover Risk and Credit Risk, Journal of Finance 67, 391-429 (lead article).
Awarded 2012 Smith Breeden Prize (first prize)
17. Nicholas Barberis and Wei Xiong (2012), Realization Utility, Journal of Financial Economics 104, 251-271.
16. Wei Xiong and Jialin Yu (2011), The Chinese Warrants Bubble, American Economic Review 101, 2723-2753.
15. Wei Xiong and Hongjun Yan (2010), Heterogeneous Expectations and Bond Markets, Review of Financial Studies 23, 1433-1466.
14. Nicholas Barberis and Wei Xiong (2009), What Drives the Disposition Effect? An Analysis of a Long-Standing Preference-Based Explanation, Journal of Finance 64, 751-784.
13. Jianping Mei, Jose Scheinkman, and Wei Xiong (2009), Speculative Trading and Stock Prices: Evidence from Chinese A-B Share Premia, Annuals of Economics and Finance 10, 225-255.
12. Harrison Hong, Jose Scheinkman, and Wei Xiong (2008), Advisors and Asset Prices: A Model of the Origins of Bubbles, Journal of Financial Economics 89, 268-287.
11. Ronnie Sircar and Wei Xiong (2007), A General Framework for Evaluating Executive Stock Options, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 31, 2317-2349.
10. Lin Peng, Wei Xiong, and Tim Bollerslev (2007), Investor Attention and Time-Varying Comovements, European Financial Management 13, 394-422.
9. Albert Kyle, Hui Ou-Yang, and Wei Xiong (2006), Prospect Theory and Liquidation Decisions, Journal of Economic Theory 129, 273-288.
8. Lin Peng and Wei Xiong (2006), Investor Attention, Overconfidence and Category Learning, Journal of Financial Economics 80, 563-602.
7. Harrison Hong, Jose Scheinkman, and Wei Xiong (2006), Asset Float and Speculative Bubbles, Journal of Finance 61, 1073-1117.
6. Patrick Bolton, Jose Scheinkman, and Wei Xiong (2006), Executive Compensation and Short-termist Behavior in Speculative Markets, Review of Economic Studies 73, 577-610.
5. Patrick Bolton, Jose Scheinkman, and Wei Xiong (2005), Pay for Short-Term Performance: Executive Compensation in Speculative Markets, Journal of Corporation Law 30, 721-747.
4. Jose Scheinkman and Wei Xiong (2003), Heterogeneous Beliefs, Speculation and Trading in Financial Markets, Paris-Princeton Lectures on Mathematical Finance, 217-250, Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
3. Jose Scheinkman and Wei Xiong (2003), Overconfidence and Speculative Bubbles, Journal of Political Economy 111, 1183-1219.
2. Albert Kyle and Wei Xiong (2001), Contagion as a Wealth Effect, Journal of Finance 56, 1401-1440.
1. Wei Xiong (2001), Convergence Trading with Wealth Effects: An Amplification Mechanism in Financial Markets, Journal of Financial Economics 62, 247-292.