Jiacui conducts empirical and theoretical research about capital markets and asset pricing. Here is his website.
Ph.D. in finance, 2019, Stanford Graduate School of Business
His recent research shows that correlated trading create market/style-level price pressures and that explain a large fraction of asset price movements. For instance, price pressures explain over 40% of size and value factor movements, the sharp drop of momentum-related factor profitability after 2002, etc.
His other papers focus on non-standard investor behaviors such as endogenous inattention of bond investors and Morningstar rating-chasing behavior of mutual fund investors.
Finance 3050 (Undergraduate Investment)