University of Chicago
Booth School of Business
Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics
Ph.D. Candidate in Financial Economics
My research interests lie in the field of the financial market in a general equilibrium setting. It focuses on information-driven and belief-driven topics concerning pricing, intermediation, security design, firms’ decision, and their impact on the real economy.
I appreciate fine arts. I have a broad interest in artistic creation, especially Chinese calligraphy, painting, etc.
To me, economics is more art than science.
The Origin of My Name - Le: The minnows swim about so freely, following the openings wherever they take them. Such is the happiness of fish.
The Origin of My Name - Wei: A constant and regular doer often finds himself a success; a constant and regular walker often finds himself at the desired destination.