Rex Wang Renjie (1990) is a PhD candidate in Finance at Erasmus School of Economics. He conducts empirical research on the behavior and labor markets of financial agents, and examines how they influence market efficiency, managerial decisions, and corporate outcomes. Currently, he is studying how a common behavioral bias called overgeneralization causes analyst disagreement and thereby leads to capital misallocations.
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Patrick Verwijmeren
Erasmus School of Economics
Visiting fellow | Business Economics
- Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
- Patrick Verwijmeren, Rex Wang & Inmoo Lee (2022) - How do options add value? Evidence from the convertible bond market - Review of Finance, 27 (1), 189-222 - doi: 10.1093/rof/rfac001
- Rex Wang (2019) - Those who move stock prices
- Zhu Zhu, Rommert Dekker, Willem van Jaarsveld, Rex Wang & Alex Koning (2017) - An Improved method for Forecasting Spare Parts Demand using Extreme Value Theory - European Journal of Operational Research, 261 (1), 169-181 - doi: 10.1016/j.ejor.2017.01.053 - [link]