Professor Peijie Wang
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Professor Peijie Wang

Professor of Finance

Plymouth Business School (Faculty of Business)

Qualifications

BSc, MA, PhD  

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Prior to Plymouth, Peijie was Professor of Finance at University of Hull and Professeur Principal at IÉSEG. He held faculty and visiting positions at a number of institutions, including Manchester Business School, UMIST, University of Manchester, Cass Business School, City University.

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Peijie_Wang

Professional membership

FRSS

Teaching interests

Financial Economics, Investments, International Finance, Real Estate, Financial Modelling, Econometrics

Research interests

International Finance and Monetary Macroeconomics, Real Estate, Financial Markets


Books

Wang, P.J. (2017), The Economics of Foreign Exchange and Global Finance 3rd edition, Springer (forthcoming). 

Wang, P.J. (2017), Revolutionary Committees in the Cultural Revolution Era - Exploring a Mode of Governance in Historical and Future Perspectives, Palgrave, ISBN: 978-3-319-57203-1 (HB)/ ISBN: 978-3-319-57204-8 (eBook). 

Wang, P.J. (2016), China's Governance - 纵横中国, Springer, ISBN: 978-3-319-45913-4. http://www.springer.com/gb/book/9783319459127

Wang, P.J. (2010/2009), The Economics of Foreign Exchange and Global Finance 2nd edition, Springer, ISBN: 978-3-642-11136-5 (PB)/ ISBN: 978-3-642-00106-2 (HB).

Wang, P.J. (2008), Financial Econometrics 2nd edition, Routledge, ISBN: 978-0-415-42670-1 (HB), ISBN: 978-0-415-42669-5 (PB).


Articles


Wang, P.J. (2017), A Dynamic IS-LM-X Model of Exchange Rate Adjustments and Movements, International Economics 149: 74-86. 
DOI: 10.1016/j.inteco.2016.12.001

Li, F.; Butel, L.; Wang, P.J. (2017), Innovation Policy Configuration - A comparative study of Russia and China, Policy Studies 38(4): 311-338. 
DOI: 10.1080/01442872.2017.1308477

Liu, Z.Y.; Xu, Y.; Wang, P.J.; Akamavi, R. (2016), A Pendulum Gravity Model of Outward FDI and Export, International Business Review 25(6): 1356-1371.
DOI: 10.1016/j.ibusrev2016.05.001

Wang, P.J.; Brand, S. (2015), A New Approach to Estimating Value-Income Ratios  with Income Growth and Time-Varying Yields, European Journal of Operational Research 242(1): 182-187.
DOI: 10.1016/j.ejor.2014.09.046

Wang, P.J.; Zhang, B.; Zhou, Y. (2015), Asymmetries in Stock Markets, European Journal of Operational Research 241(3): 749-762.
DOI: 10.1016/j.ejor.2014.09.029

Tolos, H.; Wang, P.J.; Zhang, M.; Shand, R. (2014), Retirement Systems: review of the literature and assessment of the emerging issues with a Malaysian perspective, International Labour Review 153(3): 489-502.
DOI: 10.1111/j.1564-913X.2014.00211.x

Tolos, H.; Wang, P.J.; Zhang, M.; Shand, R. (2014), Réformes des retraites et pensions en Malaisie, Revue internationale du Travail 153(3): 528-541.
DOI: 10.1111/j.1564-9121.2014.00220.x

Tolos, H.; Wang, P.J.; Zhang, M.; Shand, R. (2014), Sistemas de jubilación y reformas de los regímenes de pensiones en Malasia, Revista Internacional del Trabajo 153(3): 533-547.
DOI: 10.1111/j.1564-9148.2014.00219.x

Zhang, B.; Wang, P.J. (2014), Return and Volatility Spillovers between China and World Oil Markets, Economic Modelling 42: 413-420.
DOI: 10.1016/j.econmod.2014.07.013

Wang, P.J.; Zhang, B. (2014), Assessment on RMB Valuation a triangular analysis approach, China Finance Review International 4(1): 76-95.
DOI: 10.1108/CFRI-01-2013-0011

Wang, P.J. (2013), A Driver Currency Hypothesis, Economics Letters 118(1): 60-62. 

Wang, P.J. (2013), Reverse Shooting of Exchange Rates, Economic Modelling 33: 71-76. 

Zhou, Y.; Wang, P.J. (2013), Managing Foreign Exchange Risk with Derivatives in UK Non-Financial Firms, International Review of Financial Analysis 29: 294-302. 

Wang, P.J. (2013), Business Cycle Phases and Coherence, The Manchester School 81(6): 1012-1026.

Wang, P.; Wang, P.J. (2011), Asymmetry in Return Reversals or Asymmetry in Volatilities?, Quantitative Finance 11(2): 271-285.

Wang, P.J. (2010), An Examination of Business Cycle Features in UK Sectoral Output, Applied Economics 42(25): 3241-3252. 

Wang, P.; Wang, P.J. (2010), Price and Volatility Spillovers between the Greater China Markets and the Developed Markets of the US and Japan , Global Finance Journal 21(3): 304-317.

Wang, P.J.; Wang, P. (2009), Does a Correct Parameter Estimate Tell a Better Story about Foreign Exchange Market Efficiency?, Journal of International Money and Finance 28(2): 183-197.


Conference presentations 

Wang, P.J. (2016), State versus Private Sector Innovation, invited paper, Shanghai Forum 2016, Shanghai, May 2016.

Wang, P.; Wang, P.J. (2015), Ownership Structure, Control and Dividend Pay-outs, British Academy of Management Annual Conference, Portsmouth, England. 

Liu, Z.Y.; Wang, P.J. (2014), Trade-FDI Cycle and Phases, British Academy of Management Annual Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland. 

Wang, P.J.; Brand, S.; Thiru, S. (2014), Housing Affordability and Sustainability a new measure for housing expenditure from a new perspective, The Annual Meeting of American Real Estate Society, Coronado Island, California.  

Wang, P.J.; Howell, K.E.; Zhang, M. (2013), One Divides into Two, Duopolistic Competition and the Transformation of Ministries of Industrial Production, Pingyao Forum Business History Special Issues Conference, Pingyao, Shanxi.

Liu, Z.Y.; Xu, Y.; Wang, P.J. (2011), A Review of Relationships between FDI and International Trade, British Academy of Management Annual Conference, Birmingham, England. 

Wang, P.J. (2011), Assessment on Valuation of RMB a triangular analysis approach, The European Financial Management Association Annual Conference, Braga, Portugal.

Wang, P.J. (2010), International Business Cycle Coherence and Phases a spectral analysis of output fluctuations of G7 economies, The 6th Eurostat Colloquium on "Modern Tools for Business Cycle Analysis: the lessons from global economic crisis", Luxembourg.

Wang, P.J. (2010), A Tale of Reverse Shooting of Exchange Rates, The European Financial Management Association Annual Conference, Aarhus, Denmark.

Wang, P.J. (2010), A Triangular Analysis of Exchange Rate Determination the case of the US dollar, euro and RMB, Shanghai Forum, Shanghai.