Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Economics and Bendheim Center for Finance
Welcome! I am Shumiao Ouyang, a Ph.D. candidate in Economics, at the Department of Economics and Bendheim Center for Finance, Princeton University. Since 2018, I have been honored to serve as a dissertation fellow at Luohan Academy. In July 2023, I will be joining the Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford as an Associate Professor of Finance.
My research primarily focuses on FinTech, Household Finance, Data Privacy, and Financial Intermediation, with a keen interest in the evolving field of BigTech Finance. As an economist, I aim to investigate the intricate relationships between finance and technology, illuminating the extensive economic impacts of our rapidly digitizing world.
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My JMP "Cashless Payment and Financial Inclusion" received the 2022 Econ Job Market Best Paper Runner-Up Award by the EEA and UniCredit! I presented this paper at the OCC Fintech Symposium in D.C.!
I presented my JMP "Cashless Payment and Financial Inclusion" at the NBER Chinese Economy Meeting in Cambridge, the MIT GCFP Conference in Cambridge, the BOC Economics of Payments XI Conference in Ottawa, the CB&DC Job Market Candidate Workshop, and the EBA Policy Research Workshop!
I attended the the ABFER Webinar, where Long Chen presented our paper "Data Privacy and Digital Demand"!
I presented my paper "Cashless Payment and Financial Inclusion" at the EFA annual meeting in Barcelona!
I presented my paper "Cashless Payment and Financial Inclusion" at the 7th Annual UConn Finance Conference!
I attended the NBER Economics of Privacy Conference in D.C., where Wei Xiong presented our paper "Data Privacy and Digital Demand"!