(1) In the field of Engagement Economics: He studies currency circulation, debt circulation and its micro foundation; focuses on the money creation process and inflation in economics; studies the operation and function of banking system and shadow banking system; explores the mechanism of debt crisis, financial crisis and economic crisis.
(2) In the field of Complexity Economics: He studies how certain pattern emerge as a whole when individuals of incomplete ration and adaptive behavior interact with each other, especially the cause of the scale distribution in socioeconomic system; designs liquidity measurement index and analyzes its effect on scale distribution; studies the effective approach and mechanism of real market.
(3) In the field of Virtualized Economics: He studies the basic problems in Engagement Economics and Complexity Economics through simple artificial tectonic model, such as currency exchange model, agent model and stock-flow consistence model; explains complex economic phenomenon as a result of the interaction of simple individual.
Wang is the founding member of WEA, member of NESS, and member of Fulbright Alumni Association, a Sino-American culture exchange program.
Undergraduate courses: Micro Economic Analysis, Macro Economic Analysis