Olivier Wang

Assistant Professor of Finance

New York University, Stern School of Business



Research interests: monetary policy, banking, macro-finance, international macroeconomics


Dynamic Oligopoly and Price Stickiness, with Iván Werning

American Economic Review, 112(8), August 2022

Let the Worst One Fail: A Credible Solution to the Too-Big-To-Fail Conundrum, with Thomas Philippon

Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2022

Yuki Arai Research Prize in Finance 2022

Working papers

Banks, Low Interest Rates, and Monetary Policy Transmission (February 2022)

Journal of Finance, revise and resubmit

European Central Bank Lamfalussy Fellowship 2018, AQR Top Finance Graduate Award 2019

Zombie Lending and Policy Traps, with Viral V. Acharya and Simone Lenzu (December 2022)

Yuki Arai Research Prize in Finance 2023

The Secular Decline in Interest Rates and the Rise of Shadow Banks, with Andrés Sarto (February 2023)

Intermediary-Based Loan Pricing: Price and Non-Price Terms Across Markets, with Pierre Mabille (December 2022)

Exchange Rate Pass-Through, Capital Flows, and Monetary Autonomy (April 2019)

Work in progress

Incentives to Decarbonize and Innovate: the Role of Net-Zero Commitments, with Viral V. Acharya and Robert Engle 

Video from Volatility and Risk Institute 2022 Conference 

Collusion and Price Stickiness, with Iván Werning

Slides 2022 Bank of Canada Annual Conference