Name: ZHI, Tianhao
Position: Assistant Professor, Financial Mathematics
Email: tianhaozhi@uic.edu.hk
Office:
T3-401-R2

Academic & Professional Qualifications
  • PhD in Finance, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
  • Master of International Economics and Finance (Advanced), University of Queensland, Australia
  • Bachelor of Engineering, Shanghai Maritime University, China
Research Areas
  • Quantitative Finance;
  • Chinese Economy;
  • Macroeconomics;
  • Banking Theory & Practices;
  • Behavioral Economics;
  • Non-linear Economic Dynamics.
Selected Publications and Working Papers
  • Is there a real estate bubble in China?, with Zhongfei Li, Zhiqiang Jiang, Lijian Wei, Didier Sornette, SSRN working paper, 2018, URL: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3098064.
  • Endogenous money, credit expansion, and “monetary famine” (内生货币、信贷扩张和钱荒), with Zhongfei Li and Lijian Wei, Frontiers of Finance (金融前沿), Vol.1 (4), 2017.
  • Modelling the “animal spirits” of bank’s lending behaviour, with Carl Chiarella and Corrado Di Guilmi, FDG working paper, 2015.
  • Credit bubble, monetary famine, and stock market crash: a disequilibrium dynamic model of interbank market, with Carl Chiarella and Corrado Di Guilmi, FDG working paper, 2016.
Courses Taught/Teaching at UIC
  • ECON2053: Economics
  • FIMN3023: Fixed Income Securities and their Derivatives