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JIANG Jie  Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Native Place: Anhui Province
Department of Finance
Business School, Beijing Normal University
Beijing 100875, China
Tel: 010-55801867
2000/9-2006/7 Master & Ph.D. in Econometrica, School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University
1996/9-2000/7 Bachelor in Finance, School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University
Work Experience
2006/8-Present Assistant Professor, School of Business, Beijing Normal University
Research Interests
Capital Market
Risk Management
Courses Taught
Foundations of Finance (Undergraduate)
Investments (Undergraduate)
Financial Engineering (Undergraduate)
Advanced Investments (Graduate)
Options Futures and other Derivatives (MBA)
Professional Societies/Activities
Anonymous Referee for Journal of International Finance Research, China Finance Review International
Social Service/Work
Party Branch Secretary
Research Projects
  • 2013, Project supported by the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, “Outside Shock and Inside Contagion: A Study on Chinese Systemic Financial Risk”
  • 2012, Project supported by JINCHUANG Gold (Shanghai) Ltd. “Quantitative Futures Spread Arbitrage”
  • 2011, Project supported by Phoenix Fortune Investment (Beijing) Ltd. “Risk Evaluation and Management on OTC Derivatives”
  • 2010, Sub-Project “A Study on Macroprudential Financial Regulation System in China” supported by National Social Science Foundation.
  • 2006, Project supported by Beijing Normal University “A Study on Chinese Capital Market Anomalies”
  • 2005, Project supported by People’s Bank of China “Analysis on Red Chip CDR and Value Investment Portfolios”
  • 2003, Project supported by Singapore Development Bank “Technical Analysis on HongKong Stock Market”
  • 2002, Project supported by Shenzhen Stock Exchange “Research on Shenzhen Stock Market Stability”
  • 2001, Project supported by Chinese Securities Regulation Committee “Haircut and Integrate Index of Chinese Stock Market”
Honors and Awards
  • 2015, Excellent thesis guidance teacher for MBA program of Beijing Normal University
  • 2012, Case “Airline Corporation: Fuel Oil Cost Hedging”, one of the 100 National Excellent Management Cases, rewarded by National MBA Education Steering Committee
  • 2012, Outstanding Counselor of Beijing Normal University
  • 2011, Outstanding Counselor of Beijing Normal University
  • 2010, First Prize in Instructional Skills Competition among Young Teachers of Beijing Normal University
  • 2008, “Financial Markets” Excellent Course of Beijing Normal University
  • 2007, “Foundations of Finance” Bilingual Demonstration Course rewarded by Ministry of Education
• Main Journal Articles
  • JIANG Jie, WANG Zhengwei, 2015, Measurement and Assessment on Systemic Market Risk Indicators, [J] Journal of Sun Yat-Sen University Social Science edition, Vol 55 No. 6 pp. 187-195
  • WU Yanran, PAN Ke, HU Songming, JIANG Jie, 2012, A New Explanation of Industry Analyst Earnings Forecast Bias, [J] Economic Research Journal Vol 47 No. 4 pp. 149-160
  • JIANG Jie, 2006, Study of Regime Switching in Chinese Stock Market, [J ]Journal of Systems Science and Information, Vol. 4 No. 1, pp.59-65;
  • JIANG Jie, 2006, Character Analysis on CMO Structure in Asset Securitizations, [J] Special Zone Economy. No.7 pp. 72-73
  • SONG Fengming, JIANG Jie, 2005, Research on Volatility Measurement Models: Past Development and Future Challenge [J] Collected Essays on Finance and Economics. No.6 (General No. 120) pp.1-6
  • SONG Fengming, JIANG Jie, 2003, Empirical Analysis on Volatility Characteristic in Chinese Stock Market [J] Journal of Financial Research, No. 4 (General No. 274) pp. 13-22
  • SONG Fengming, JIANG Jie, 2003, From SuperTrust to ETF [J]Economic Herald. No.1 pp.64-67
  • SONG Fengming, JIANG Jie, 2002, Portfolio Insurance: Principle and Application [J]Economic Herald. No.12 pp.28-32
• Conference Papers/Presentations
         JIANG Jie, WANG Zhengwei, 2015, Does Information Disclosure Quality Reduce or Increase Crash Risk? Beijing, 14th International Symposium on Accounting Research in China
• Accepted Paper
        WU Yanran, JIANG Jie, XIE Nan, 2016, Does Investor Sentiment Affect Analyst’s Earning Forecast Bias?—Corporate Governance and Information Disclosure [J] Journal of World Economy, forthcoming.