Sheng Guo, Ph.D.(U. of Chicago), CFA, FRM

Instructor

Department of Economics

Florida International University

11200 SW 8th Street, DM 318A

Miami, FL 33199

Email: Sheng.Guo @ fiu.edu

Department profile: http://economics.fiu.edu/people/full-time-faculty/sheng-guo/

Personal website: http://www.sheng-guo.com

Google Scholar profile: http://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=XyUyLKEAAAAJ

Phone: (305)348-2735

Fax: (305)348-1524

Research

Publications:

"Does Health Information Exchange Improve Patient Outcomes? Empirical Evidence From Florida Hospitals" (joint with Min Chen and Xuan Tan), Health Affairs, 38(2), February 2019, pp. 197–204.

"Financial and Housing Wealth, Expenditures and the Dividend to Ownership" (joint with William Hardin), Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 54(1), January 2017, pp. 58–96.

"Switching Regression Estimates of the Intergenerational Persistence of Consumption", Economic Inquiry, 52(4), October 2014, pp.1503-1524.

"Margin Requirements and Portfolio Optimization: A Geometric Approach", Journal of Asset Management, 15(3), June 2014, pp.191-204.

"Wealth, Composition, Housing, Income, and Consumption" (joint with William Hardin), Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 48(2), February 2014, pp. 221-243.

"The superior measure of PSID consumption: An update", Economics Letters, 108(3), September 2010, pp. 253-256.

(Prof. Robert Schoeni kindly points out to me that PSID has greatly expanded its coverage of expenditure items in survey in recent years, see documentation and a related publication.)

Media Interview

"The best cities for building wealth in 2016", BankRate.com, October 2016

Teaching

Office Hours in Fall 2020: Zoom (by appointment)


Fall 2020:

Eco3410 (undergraduate) - Measurement and Analysis (syllabus)

Eco7207 (graduate) - Macroeconomic Theory II (syllabus)

Note: this course is Affordability Counts certified.


Other courses taught in the past:

Eco4932 (undergraduate) - Topics in Theory: Household Consumption, Housing Market, and the Economy (syllabus)

Eco4934 (undergraduate) - Sports Economics: with the Applications in Soccer (syllabus)

Note: this course is Affordability Counts certified.

Eco7424 (graduate) - Econometric Methods I (syllabus)