- Academic Advisory Council
- Ping Wang
Ping Wang is Seigle Family Distinguished Professor at Washington University in St. Louis, Research Associate at the NBER, and Senior Fellow at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and the National University of Singapore. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Rochester in 1987. Prior to his current post started 2005, his academic career includes Penn State and Vanderbilt Universities. He served as Department Chair at both Vanderbilt and Washington Universities. His research areas include Growth/Development, Economic Theory, Money/Macroeconomics, and Spatial/Health Economics, with over 80 research articles published in ranked refereed journals. He was President of the Chinese Economic Association in North America in 2001 and President of the Midwest Economic Association in 2012-13, and is currently Co-Director of Midwest Macroeconomics Group and Vice President of Development and Planning of the East Asian Institute. He was elected as National Academy Fellow of Taiwan (Academician) in 2008.