Jingxuan (Jane) Chen received her Ph.D. degree in Finance from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), her Master’s degree in Finance from Renmin University of China, and her Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Peking University. She is also a scholar of the Financial Markets Group and the Paul Woolley Centre at LSE. Her main fields of interest are Financial Intermediation, Information Economics, and Asset Pricing. Her current research studies information transmission via communication and trading in financial markets.


Working Papers

1. See it, Say it, Shorted: Strategic Announcements in Short-Selling Campaigns (Job Market Paper)

2. The Economics of Mutual Fund Marketing, with Wenxi Jiang and Mindy Z. Xiaolan, R&R at JFE

3. Central Bank Communication, Gradualism in Monetary Policy, and the Bond Market


Working in Progress

Feedback Effects of Communication with Individual Investors on Portfolio Choice (Draft coming soon)