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Di (Andrew) Wu

Research Interests: quantitative corporate finance, machine learning and information retrieval, social and economic networks

Andrew is a third-year Ph.D. student of Finance.


Yale University, BA, Mathematics and Economics


"Word Power: A New Approach for Content Analysis", with Narasimhan Jegadeesh, Journal of Financial Economics, vol. 110(1), pp. 712-729, December 2013

Working Papers

"When Bears Attack: The Real Effect of Trading Frenzies", with Itay Goldstein

Research in Progress

"Information Asymmetry and Price Efficiency in Residential Real Estate Markets"

Honors and Awards

IRRC/Millstein Center for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership Research Grant, Columbia University, 2013

Miller, Anderson & Sherrerd Graduate Fellowship in Finance, 2012-2013 (for the highest score on the PhD preliminary exam)

Dean's Fellowship for Distinguished Merit, 2011-2013

In the News

"Waging War on Wages,"  The New York Times


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