Dr Bing Xu
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Mary Burton Building
Roles and responsibilities
Associate Professor in Finance
Bing’s research interests include: the design of multidimensional frameworks for performance evaluation of entities such as competing forecasting models, firms, industries, energy strategies and electric vehicles; building forecasting models for oil prices/volatilities, bankruptcy assessment; energy economics such as modelling the impact of oil price shocks on the economic activities, energy price volatilities and firm-level investment; Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA); and Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA).
Bing is also collaborating with industries and municipalities on a number of European and Scottish Council funded projects (E-Harbours, ENERMAN).
- Abhyankar A. Xu B. and Wang J. (2013), Oil price shocks and the stock market: evidence from Japan. The Energy Journal, 34(2), pp. 199-222.
- Xu B. and Ouenniche J. (2012), A data envelopment analysis-based framework for the relative performance evaluation of competing crude oil volatility forecasting models, Energy Economics, 34(2), pp. 576-583.
- Xu B. and Ouenniche J. (2012), Performance evaluation of competing forecasting models: A multidimensional framework based on MCDA. Expert Systems with Applications, 39(9), pp. 8312-8324.
- Xu B. and Ouenniche J. (2011), A multidimensional framework for performance evaluation of forecasting Models: context-dependent DEA. Applied Financial Economics, 21(24), pp. 1873-1890
Bing joined the School of Management and Languages at Heriot-Watt University in January 2013.
Prior to this, she worked as a Lecturer in Finance at the Robert Gordon University.
Bing received a first class honours degree in 2005 and a PhD in 2009 both from the University of Edinburgh.