Doctoral Researcher in the Department of Economics
Zhuangchen Wu’s current research focuses on online price analytics, including online price setting and inflation predictions.
Supervisors: Professor Sasha Talavera and Dr Pei Kuang
Mr Zhuangchen Wu graduated in 2018 from the University of International Business and Economics. He gained his Master's degree in Science with distinction at the University of Birmingham in 2020.
He started his research in applied economics as a funded doctoral research candidate at the University of Birmingham, UK, where he works on big data analytics and online pricing setting. He is also interested in inflation predictions and emerging market economies.
Mr Wu has taught various tutorials at the University of Birmingham to both undergraduates and postgraduates as a part-time teaching assistant.
- Master of Science in Financial Economics (University of Birmingham)
- Bachelor of Economics in Investment (University of International Business and Economics)
- Macroeconomics (PG)
- Advanced Financial Markets and Institutions (UG-3)
- Applied Econometrics (PG)
- Big data analytics
- Online price setting
- Inflation predictions