Ph.D. in Finance, University of Memphis
M.Sc. in Quantitative Finance, Hofstra University
B.A. in Management, Wuhan University
Wesley (Xiaohu) is an Assistant Professor of Finance (Lecturer in Australia) at UNSW Sydney. His primary research areas include empirical corporate finance and asset pricing with specializations in the real effects of financial market frictions on corporate finance. He is also conducting research in other areas such as political issues and finance, labor market issues and finance, Fintech and machine learning, the impact of gender diversity, and the impact of climate risk on corporate finance outcomes. He has published at leading academic journals such as Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis and Journal of Corporate Finance. His research has made significant social impact. Some of his research findings have been featured in several major academic forums, news media, and think tanks such as Harvard Business Review, the CATO Institute, Oxford Business Law Blog, Duke FinReg Blog, and among others.
For more information please visit my personal website: https://www.wesleydeng.net/.