Doctoral Student

Weiling Liu

Weiling Liu graduated from the University of Chicago with a double major in economics and statistics. Afterwards, she worked 2 years as a research analyst in the Capital Markets group in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where she worked on research related to business cycles, broker dealers, and microstructure of the U.S. bond market. Currently, she is currently interested in studying the role of intermediaries in empirical asset pricing.
Weiling Liu graduated from the University of Chicago with a double major in economics and statistics. Afterwards, she worked 2 years as a research analyst in the Capital Markets group in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where she worked on research related to business cycles, broker dealers, and microstructure of the U.S. bond market. Currently, she is currently interested in studying the role of intermediaries in empirical asset pricing.