Jinghua Carolyn Wang, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Office Location:Morken Center for Learning & Technology - Room 326

Curriculum Vitae: View my CV

  • Professional
  • Biography


  • Ph.D., Management Science in Finance, Illinois Institute of Technology, US
  • M.A., International Finance, London Metropolitan University, UK
  • B.Sc., Economics, University of Heilongjiang, China

Areas of Emphasis or Expertise

  • Financial Economics
  • Cryptocurrency
  • Investment
  • Econometrics
  • International Finance



  • BUSA Courses: International Finance & Risk Management, Business Finance, Empirical Finance, Investment Portfolio Management
  • BMBA Courses: Quantitative & Managerial Decision Analysis, Financial Resources
  • BMSF Courses: Financial Econometrics, Portfolio Theory and Management, Foundations of Finance, Fixed Income and Credit Risk, Financial Markets and Institutions

Selected Articles

  • Wang, J. & Ngene, G. (2020). "Does Bitcoin Still Own the Dominate Power? An Intraday Analysis, International Review of Financial Analysis." FORTHCOMING
  • Ngene, G., Wang, J., Hassan, K., Julio, I., & Yu, J. (2019). "Oil and Sovereign Credit Risk: Asymmetric Nonlinear Dynamic Interactions." Emerging Markets Finance and Trade
  • Ngene, G., Kim, Y., & Wang, J. (2019). "Who Poisons the Pool? Time-varying Asymmetric and Nonlinear Causal Inference Between Low-risk and High-risk Bonds Markets." Economic Modelling
  • Wang, J., & Li, Q. (2018). "A Simulated Platform in International Finance." Journal of Economics and Finance Education
  • Wang, J. & Ngene, G. (2017). "Symmetric and Asymmetric Nonlinear Casualties Between Oil Prices and the U.S. Economic Sectors." Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting


Before joining PLU, Dr. Wang served as an assistant professor of finance at Stockton University and University of Wisconsin. Prior to entering academia, She worked for BMO Harris Bank, as a quantitative research analyst. Dr. Wang’s research interests include the intersection of investment and corporate finance, financial economics, econometrics, international finance and cryptocurrency. She has awarded a merit at teaching, research and scholarly activities. Dr. Wang teaches various finance courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.