Wei Guan is a finance professor in the Kate Tiedemann School of Business and Finance in St. Petersburg. He has taught at USF since 2003 and focuses on sharing his research and investment experience with students. He is passionate about his field because of its vital importance to individuals and institutions.
Guan won the 2009-10 USF Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Research and Creative Scholarship, as well as the college's 2012-13 Award for Teaching Excellence. His work has been published in a myriad of top-quality finance journals, including the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, the Journal of Financial Markets, the Journal of Banking and Finance and the Journal of Derivatives, among others.
He eanred a PhD from the University of Oklahoma and an MBA from the Oklahoma City University.
- Ederington, L., Guan, W. & Yang, L. (2019). The impact of the U. S. employment report on exchange rates. Journal of International Money and Finance, 2(90), 257-267.
- Ederington, L. & Guan, W. (2018). The impact of the employment report and forecasts thereof on fixed income markets. The Journal of Fixed Income, 28(2), 44-54.
- Ederington, L., Guan, W. & Yang, L. (2015). Bond market event study methods. Journal of Banking and Finance, 58(2015), 281-293.
- Ederington, L. & Guan, W. (2013). The cross-sectional relation between conditional heteroskedasticity, the implied volatility smile, and the variance risk premium. Journal of Banking and Finance, 37(9), 3388-3400.