Originating from China, Tony Xiang came to Canada as an international student pursuing his graduate study. After obtaining MA and PhD degrees from Department of Economics at Simon Fraser University, he began teaching in several institutions in Vancouver area, including SFU, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Douglas College, and Alexander College.
Throughout his teaching career, he has taught various undergraduate economics courses such as principles of microeconomics, principles of macroeconomics, money and banking, Canadian microeconomic policy, Canadian macroeconomic policy, managerial economics and labour economics.
His research interest is monetary economics. His work “Optimal Monetary Policy: Distribution Efficiency Versus Production Efficiency” was published on Canadian Journal of Economics (Vol.46(3), 2013).