Pinshuo Wang is an assistant professor in the Kate Tiedemann School of Business and Finance. She comes from Northeastern University in Boston, where she served as an instructor teaching corporate finance to undergraduates.
Her research interests have focused on empirical research with an emphasis on entrepreneurial finance, household finance, corporate finance, education finance and industrial organization. Wang's work has been published in the Journal of Economic & Financial Studies and she has several papers forthcoming. She has presented at numerous conferences across the nation and was the recipient of the Morris A. Horowitz Award for Excellence in Economics from Northeastern University.
She received a PhD and master's degree in economics both from Northeastern Univesity and a bachelor's degree in economics from Minzu University of China.
FIN 4461 - Financial Statement Analysis
- Kwoka, J. & Wang, P. (2020) "Raising Rivals Costs by Customer Diversion: Evidence from Airline Baggage Fees" International Journal of the Economics of Business DOI: 10.1080/13571516.2020.1805279
- “The Impact of Student Debt on High Value Entrepreneurship and Venture Success: Evidence from No-Loans Financial Aid Policies,” with Karthik Krishnan, presented at the NBER Summer Institute Entrepreneurship Conference (2018), Cambridge, Massachusetts.
- “The Cost of Financing Education: Can Student Debt Hinder Entrepreneurship?” with
Krishnan, presented at the Western Finance Association Annual Meeting (2016), Park City, Utah and the Southwestern Finance Association Annual Meeting (2017), Little Rock, Arkansas.
- “What Do Crowds Really Want? Crowdfunding and Early Product Access,” with Karthik Krishnan and Lucas Lohmer, presented at the Entrepreneurial Finance and Innovation Conference (2015), Waltham, Massachusetts.
- “Adding on to Rival’s Costs: The Case of Airline Bag Fees,” with John Kwoka, presented
International Industrial Organization Conference (2018), Boston.
- Reviewer, Journal of Business Research