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Economics journal Recommended
Main Foreign Publications
1 The American economic review American Economic Review, United States
2 The Economist British economist
3 Econometrica Econometrics U.S.
4 The Journal of political economy the United States Journal of Political Economy
5 The Quarterly journal of economics Quarterly Journal of Economics United States
6 Journal of economic literature Journal of Economic Literature America
7 Journal of financial economics Journal of Financial Economics, Switzerland
8 The Economic quarterly journal of economics, United Kingdom
9 The Review of economic studies Review of Economic Studies English
10 The Review of economics and statistics of economics and statistics U.S.
11 Journal of econometrics Journal of Econometrics, Switzerland
12 Journal of economic theory Journal of Economic Theory U.S.
13 Brookings papers on economic activity BU Xin Si TECHNOLOGY U.S. economic
activity
14 Journal of monetary economics monetary economics Netherlands
15 The Journal of law & economics Journal of Law and Economics, United
States
16 Journal of international economics international journal of economics, the
Netherlands
17 International economic review International Economic Review, United States
18 Journal of development economics Journal of Development Economics
Netherlands
19 The Journal of economic history economic history, the United Kingdom
Economics Letters 20 Economics letters, Switzerland
21 Economic inquiry exploring the U.S. economy
22 Oxford economic papers Oxford Economic TECHNOLOGY England
23 Cambridge journal of economics Cambridge Journal of Economics, United
Kingdom
24 Journal of international money British Journal of International Money and Finance
25 Games and economic behavior and economic behavior of the U.S. Game
26 Journal of risk and uncertainty of risks and uncertainties Magazine Netherlands
27 Journal of comparative economics Journal of Comparative Economics United
States
28 Econometric theory econometric theory of the British
29 International journal of game theory International Journal of Game Theory
Germany
30 Scottish journal of political Scotland, British Journal of Political Economy
economy
World Economic Review, 31 Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv de
32 Journal of institutional and system and Theoretical Economics Journal de
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In major publications
1, "Social Science"
2, "Economic Research"
3, "The Economist"
4, "Economic News"
5, "reform"
6, "World Economy"
7, "Learning information economy workers"
8, "Quantitative & Technical Economics Research"
9, "Economic Times"
10, "Financial Science"
11, "Economic Science"
12, "Economic Review"
13, "Economic Theory and Economic Management"
14, "Economic Research Resources"
16, "Economic Study of Reference"
17, "Financial Research"
18, "Economic Studies"
19, "China's economic problems"
20, "Macroeconomics"
21, "Financial Issues"
22, "Contemporary Economic Science"
23, "Contemporary Finance"
24, "International Economic Review"
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World renowned economist
Song Jingsheng
SONG, Jeannette
  Beijing Normal University, BA (1982), Institute of Applied Mathematics (1984),
Columbia University
Ph.D. (1991), currently teaching at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) School
of Management. Research and teaching areas
: Management science, supply chain management, logistics management.
Ph.D. in Operations Research, Columbia University (1991); MS in Opera
tions Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences (1984); BS in Mathematics, Bei
jing Normal University (1982). Associate Professor, University of California
at Irvine. Research and teaching: management science, supply chain manageme
nt, operations management, etc.
Department of Economics
Ai Chunrong
Ai, Chunrong
Bachelor of Mathematics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (1982),
Master of Mathematics (1985), Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Expo
Shi (1990). Currently teaching at the University of Florida, taught at SUNY Stony
Brook. Main research
And teaching: Microeconometrics (semi-parametric estimation), Applied Micro
Economics (Empirical Industrial Organization).
Ph.D. in economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1990; MS i
n mathematics, 1985, BS in mathematics, 1982, Huazhong University of Scien
ce and Technology. Associate Professor, University of Florida. Taught at the
State University of New York, Stony Brook. Research and teaching: micro-eco
nometrics (semi-parametric estimation) and applied microeconomics (empirical
industrial organization).
White re-en
Bai, Chong-En
Bachelor of Mathematics, China University of Technology (1983), Doctor of
Mathematics, University of California San Diego (1988), Harvard
Ph.D. Economics, University of (1993). Currently teaching at the University of Hong
Kong, taught at Boston College. Research and
Teaching areas: organizational economics, competitive strategy, finance, the Chinese
economy.
Ph.D. in economics, Harvard University, 1993; Ph.D. in mathematics, Uni
versity of California, San Diego, 1988; BS in mathematics, Chinese Univers
ity of Science and Technology, 1983. Associate Professor, University of Hong
Kong. Taught at Boston College. Research and teaching: economics of organiz
ation, competitive strategy, finance and Chinese economy.
White Poly Hill
Bai, Jushan
Bachelor of Mathematics, Nankai University (1982), Master of Mathematics (1985),
Pennsylvania State University, Master of Economics (198
8 years), Doctor of Economics, University of California, Berkeley (1992). Currently
teaching at Boston College, taught at the United States
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Research and teaching areas: time series
econometrics, empirical finance.
Ph.D. in economics, University of California, Berkeley, 1992; MA in e
conomics, Pennsylvania State University, 1988; MA in mathematics, 1985, B.
S. in mathematics, 1982, Nankai University. Professor, Boston College. Taugh
t at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Research and teaching: time seri
es econometrics and empirical finance.
Yong-Miao
Hong, Yongmiao
  Physics, Xiamen University, BA (1985), Master of Economics (1988), Economics,
University of California, San Diego
PhD (1993). Seoul is currently teaching at American University. Research and
teaching areas: econometric theory,
Non-parametric econometrics, nonlinear time series analysis, financial econometrics.
Ph.D. in economics, University of California, San Diego, 1993; MA in
economics, 1988, BS in physics, 1985, Xiamen University. Professor, Cornel
l University. Research and teaching: econometric theory, non-parametric econ
ometrics, nonlinear time series analysis, and financial econometrics.
Li Daokui
Li, David D
Bachelor of Economics and Management of Tsinghua University (1985), Doctor of
Economics, Harvard University (1992). Currently teaching at the Hong
Hong Kong University, taught at the University of Michigan. Research and teaching
areas: transition economics, corporate finance
, International Economics, the Chinese economy.
Ph.D. in economics, Harvard University, 1992; BS in economics and man
agement, Tsinghua University, 1985. Associate Professor, Hong Kong Universit
y of Science and Technology. Taught at University of Michigan. Fields of res
earch: economics of transition, corporate finance, international economics a
nd China's economy.
Li Qi
Li, Qi
  Bachelor Astrophysics, Peking University (1982), Nankai University, Master in
Physics (1985), Texas
A & M University, Doctor of Economics (1991). Currently teaching at
Texas A & M University, has taught golf in Canada you
University and Indiana University. Research and teaching areas: panel data
econometrics, non-parametric statistics
And its application in economics.
Ph.D. in economics, Texas A & M University, 1991; MS in physics, Nankai
University, 1985; BS in astrophysics, Peking University, 1982. Professor,
Texas A & M University. Taught at the University of Guelph, Canada and
Indian
a University. Research and teaching: panel data econometrics, non-parametric
statistics and its applications in economics.
Qian Yingyi
Qian, Yingyi
Graduated from Tsinghua University, Mathematics (1981), Columbia University,
Master of Statistics (1982), Ye
Shandong University, Master of Operations Research and Management Science
(1984), Harvard University, Doctor of Economics (1990). Peter is currently teaching
in the United States
Klee University of California, taught at Stanford University and the University of
Maryland. Research and teaching areas: organization and
Institutional economics, transition economics, China's reform and
development.
Ph.D. in economics, Harvard University, 1990; M. Phil. In operations res
earch / management science, Yale University, 1984; MA in statistics, Columbi
a University, 1982; BS (equivalent) in mathematics, Tsinghua University, 1
981. Professor, University of California, Berkeley. Taught at Stanford Unive
rsity and University of Maryland. Research and teaching: economics of organi
zation and institution, economics of transition, and China's reform and
deve
lopment.
Dan Shouyong
Shi, Shouyong
Huazhong University of Science Administration (1984), Master in Economics,
University of Toronto, Canada (1988), Dr.
(1991). Currently teaching at Indiana University, taught at Queen's
University, Canada. Research and teaching leaders
Domain: macroeconomics, monetary economics.
Ph.D. in economics, 1991, MA in economics, 1988, University of Toront
o; BS in managment, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 1984. P
rofessor, Indiana University. Taught at Queen's University, Canada.
Research
and teaching: macroeconomics and monetary economics.
Tan Guofu
Tan, Guofu
Bachelor of Mathematics, China University of Mining (1982), Master of Mathematics,
Huazhong University of Science and Technology (1985), California Institute of
Technology
Doctor of Economics (1990). Currently teaching at the University of British Columbia,
Canada. Research and teaching areas
: Micro theory, industrial organization, antitrust economics.
Ph.D. in economics, California Institute of Technology, 1990; MS in m
athematics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 1985; BS in mat
hematics, Chinese Kuangye University, 1982. Associate Professor, University
of British Columbia, Canada. Research and teaching: microeconomic theory, in
dustrial organization and antitrust economics.
Tian Guoqiang
Tian, Guoqiang
Department of Mathematics, Huazhong University of Science graduate (1980),
Master of Mathematics (1982), Economics, University of Minnesota
Ph.D. (1987). Currently teaching at Texas A & M University. Research and
teaching areas: economic theory, mechanism
Design, optimization theory.
Ph.D. in economics, University of Minnesota, 1987; MS in mathematics,
1982, Graduation
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?Certificate in mathematics, 1980, Huazhong University of S
cience and Technology. Professor, Texas A & M University. Research and
teachin
g: economic theory, mechanism design and optimization theory.
Sessions to attend
Wang, Yijiang
  Peking University, Bachelor of Economics (1982), Master of Economics (1985),
Harvard University Master of Economics (198
9), PhD (1991). Currently teaching at the University of Minnesota. Research and
teaching areas: organization theory, labor
Activity and human resource economics.
Ph.D. in economics, 1991, MA in economics, 1989, Harvard University; M
. A. in economics, 1985, BA in economics, 1982, Peking University. Associat
e Professor, University of Minnesota. Research and teaching: organization th
eory, and labor and human resource economics.
Xie Danyang
Xie, Danyang
Bachelor of Mathematics, Wuhan University (1983), Doctor of Economics, University
of Chicago (1992). Currently teaching in Hong Kong
University of Technology, worked at the IMF during the sabbatical, teaching at the
University of Montreal, Canada. Main
Research and teaching areas: macroeconomics, economic growth, monetary and
banking.
Ph.D. in economics, University of Chicago, 1992; BS in mathematics, W
uhan University, 1983. Associate Professor, Hong Kong University of Science
and Technology and Senior Economist, International Monetary Fund during leav
e. Taught at University of Montreal, Canada. Research and teaching: macroeco
nomics, economic growth, and money and banking.
Xu Chenggang
Xu, Chenggang
Master of Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University (1982), Doctor of Economics,
Harvard University (1991). Currently teaching at the British
Country London School of Economics. Research and teaching areas: legal and
financial.
Ph.D. in economics, Harvard University, 1991; MS in mechanical engine
ering, Tsinghua University, 1982. Lecturer (with tenure, equivalent to Assoc
iate Professor), London School of Economics. Research and teaching: law and
finance.
Zhou Lin
Zhou, Lin
Bachelor of Mathematics, Fudan University (1982), Doctor of Economics, Princeton
University (1989). Currently teaching at the U.S.
State Arizona State University, taught at Yale University, Duke University and City
University of Hong Kong. Research and
Teaching areas: microeconomic theory, game theory, social choice theory.
Ph.D. in economics, Princeton University, 1989; BS in mathematics, Fu
dan University, 1982. Lincoln Professor of Ethics, Arizona State University.
Taught at Yale University, Duke University, and City University of Hong Kon
g. Research and teaching: microeconomic theory, game theory and social choic
e theory.
Zhu Xiaodong
Zhu, Xiaodong
Bachelor of Mathematics, Wuhan University (1982), University of Chicago, Ph.D. in
Economics (1991). Currently teaching in Canada
Large University of Toronto. Research and teaching areas: macroeconomics,
development economics, finance and public finance.
Ph.D. in economics, University of Chicago, 1991; BS in mathematics, W
uhan University, 1982. Associate Professor, University of Toronto, Canada. R
esearch and teaching: macroeconomics, development economics, financial econo
mics and public finance.
International Trade and Finance
Cao Quanwei
CAO, Quanwei
  Ph.D. in Finance (1984), Master of Statistics, University of Kentucky (1988), of
Chicago
University Dr. Jin Rongxue (1993). Currently teaching at Pennsylvania State
University. Research and teaching areas: Yan
Health product market, market microstructure, and mutual funds.
Ph.D. in Finance, University of Chicago (1993); MS in Statistics, Uni
versity of Kentucky (1988); BS in Applied Mathematics, Peking University (
1984). Associate Professor, Pennsylvania State University. Research and teac
hing: derivatives markets, market microstructure and mutual funds.
Zhang
CHANG, Chun
East China Normal University, BA (1982), Master of Mathematics, University of
Oregon (1983), Great Northwest
Studies of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences Ph.D. (1987). Currently
teaching at the University of Minnesota, taught at the U.S. West
North University of China. Research and teaching: corporate finance, bank regulation
and financial institutions, organizational theory, labor economics
Science, economic reform and development in Asia.
Ph.D. in Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences, Northwestern Unive
rsity (1987); MS in Mathematics, University of Oregon (1983); BS in Math
ematics, East China Normal University (1982). Associate Professor of Finance
, University of Minnesota. Taught at the Northwestern University. Research a
nd teaching: corporate finance, bank regulation and financial institutions,
theory of organizations, labor economics and Asian economic reforms and deve
lopment.
Chen Zhiwu
CHEN, Zhiwu
Bachelor in Computer Science, Huanan University (1983), Changsha Institute of
Technology Master System (1986), the United States
State Financial Economics at Yale University, Ph.D. (1990). Now teaching at Yale
University, taught at Ohio
State University. Research and teaching areas: financial theory, asset pricing,
corporate governance.
Ph.D. in Financial Economics, Yale University (1990); MS in System An
alysis, Changsha Institute of Technology (1986); BS in Computer Science, C
entral-South University of Technology (1983). Professor of Finance, Yale Uni
versity. Taught at the Ohio State University. Research and teaching: financi
al theories, asset pricing and property governance.
Takahama
GAO, Bin
Bachelor of Space Physics, China University of Technology (1985), MA in
Astrophysics, Princeton University (1991
), New York University finance Ph.D. (1996). Currently teaching at the University of
North Carolina. Research and teaching
Areas: Investments, derivatives, valid for option pricing, term structure of interest
rates, asset pricing, exchange rate dynamics and
Real estate finance and so on.
Ph.D. in Finance, New York University (1996); MA in Astrophysics, Pri
nceton University (1991); B.Sc. in Space Physics, University of Science and
Technology of China (1985). Assistant Professor, University of North Carolin
a. Research and teaching: investment, derivatives, efficient option pricing,
term structures, asset pricing, exchange rate dynamics and real estate fina
nce.
Huang Haizhou
HUANG, Haizhou
Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Hefei University of Technology (1983), Shanghai
University of Engineering and Technology / Business Master of Arts (1987)
Indiana University Business School PhD (1994). Is a senior economist for the
International Monetary Fund, former
Teaching at the University of London, the main research areas include corporate
finance, banking and financial institutions regulation, the financial crisis and the
financial system
System stability, international finance, monetary economics and monetary policy.
Ph.D. in Business Economics and Finance, Indiana Universi ty (1994); M.
S. in Systems Engineering / Business, University of Shanghai for Science and T
echnology (1987); BS in Electrical Engineering, Hefei University of Techno
logy (1983). Senior Economist, Monetary and Exchange Affairs Department, IMF
. Taught at University of London. Research and teaching: corporate finance,
banking and financial regulation, financial crisis and financial system stab
ility, international finance, monetary economics and policy.
Mei Jianping
MEI, Jianping
Bachelor of Mathematics, Fudan University (1982), Master of Economics, Princeton
University (1988), Doctor of Economics
(1990). Now teaching at New York University, taught at the University of Amsterdam.
Research and teaching areas:
International finance, real estate finance, asset pricing and Banking.
Ph.D. in Economics, Princeton University (1990); MA in Economics, Pri
nceton University (1988); BS in Mathematics, Fudan University (1982). Asso
ciate Professor, New York University. Taught at the University of Amsterdam.
Research and teaching: international finance, real estate finance, asset pr
icing and banking.
Wang Jiang
WANG, Jiang
Bachelor of Physics, Nanjing University (1981), Ph.D. Physics, University of
Pennsylvania (1985), Pennsylvania Law
Virginia University finance Ph.D. (1990). Currently teaching at the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, National Bureau of Economic Research
Members. Research and teaching areas: financial theory, asset pricing, financial
market microstructure.
Ph.D. in Finance, University of Pennsylvania (1990); Ph.D. in Physics,
University of Pennsylvania (1985); BS in Physics, Nanjing University (1981
). NTU Professor of Finance, MIT; Research Associate, National Bureau of Eco
nomic Research. Research and teaching: financial theories, asset pricing and
microstructure of financial market.
Wang Tan
WANG, Tan
  Beijing School of Economics, Bachelor of Computer Science (1982), Master in
Economics, University of Toronto, Canada (1988)
Doctor of Economics (1992). Currently teaching at the University of British Columbia,
taught at MIT Sloan School of Management
College. Research and teaching areas: asset pricing, theory of decision under
uncertainty, investment and risk management,
And so on.
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Toronto (1992); MA in Economics, Un
iversity of Toronto (1988); B.Sc. in Computer Science, Beijing Institute of
Economics (1982). Associate Professor, University of British Columbia. Taugh
t at the Sloan School of Management, MIT. Research and teaching: asset prici
ng, theory of decision under risk and uncertainty, investment, and risk mana
gement.
Zhou Guofu
ZHOU, Guofu
Bachelor of Mathematics, Chengdu University of Geosciences (1982), Master of
Mathematics, Duke University (1987), Duke University
Doctor of Economics (1990). Now teaching at the University of Washington, its main
research and teaching areas: options and futures
, Corporate finance, financial economics.
Ph.D. in Economics, Duke University (1990); MA in Mathematics, Duke Un
iversity (1987), BS in Mathematics, Chengdu College of Geology (1982). Ass
ociate Professor, Washington University. Research and teaching: options and
futures, corporate finance, financial economics, etc.

				
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