Center for Macro-Financial Stability and Innovation
Professor Jian Wang is the director of the Center for Macro-Financial Stability and Innovation. Before joining Shenzhen Finance Institute, Professor Jian Wang was a senior research economist and advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. His primary research interests include international finance, monetary economics, international trade and behavioral finance/economics. The Center invites talented fulltime and part-time researchers to conduct academic and policy research in the fields of international finance, monetary economics, financial economics and related topics. The Center also undertakes research projects sponsored by China’s financial regulators and other government agencies to provide policy advice on financial stability and monetary policies. By employing the advanced financial theories and empirical techniques, the Center is devoted to identifying and resolving critical issues regarding China’s financial stability and monetary economics.
Fields of Research:
International macroeconomics, international finance, monetary economics and related fields.
1) Recent PhD graduates in the field of Economics or Finance (overseas degree preferred).
2) Fluency in written and spoken English.
3) Familiar with at least one statistical software such as MATLAB, SPSS, SAS and Stata.
4) Proficiency in MS Office software such as Excel, Word, PPT.
5) Independent research experience.
6) Available for a full-time position.
1) Conducting academic and policy research under the instruction of the primary investigator.
2) Performing other research-related duties as assigned.
3) Working during non-office hours and some business traveling may be needed.
1) Personal CV and a list of publications/working papers.
2) Two recommendation letters that evaluate the applicant's research ability and potential.
3) One or two recent working papers/publications.
4) A research proposal that outlines the research plan in the next two years.
*Above materials should be submitted before interview
The applicant should have:
(i) a Master’s degree in Finance/Economics/Accounting; (ii) good teaching, communication skills; (iii) fluent Chinese and English, both in written and spoken ; (iii) the ability of working independently, as well as the spirit of team work; (iv) patient and careful are preferable and willingness to take up extra responsibilities; (v)related working experience and overseas education background would be a plus.
(a) providing research and teaching assistance to professors, including collecting data and analyzing data; (b) replicating research papers assigned by the supervisor; (c) assisting in tutorials for courses; (d) preparation of teaching materials/classes; (e) student consultation/supervision and coordinating student academic activities; (f) undertaking other assignment assigned by the supervisor.