- PhD The Ohio State University, 1986
- MA The Ohio State University, 1984
- BA National Taiwan University, 1978
Primary responsibilities involve teaching and research. Conduct research in areas of financial market, marketing analysis, and China’s economy.
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics
Primary responsibilities involve teaching and research.
Assistant Professor, Economics Department
Primary responsibilities involve teaching, research and directing Ph.D. students in their dissertations. Courses taught include Advanced Macroeconomic Analysis, Empirical Studies in Macroeconomics and Price and Income Theory at the graduate level; and Intermediate Macroeconomics, Money and Banking at undergraduate level.
Visiting Assistant Professor, Economics Department
Taught undergraduate level courses, Intermediate Macroeconomics, and Money and Banking. Directed graduate students in their research.
Graduate research assistant and teaching assistant, Economics Department.
Collected data and analyzed results of working projects.
Taught undergraduate level courses, assisted professor’s research in econometrics.
Recent Research & Publications
Capital profitability and economic growthJournal of Economics and Development Studies. January 1, 2019
Dynamic Coupling Analysis of Urbanization and Water Resource Utilization Systems in ChinaDynamic Coupling Analysis of Urbanization and Water Resource Utilization Systems in China. November 15, 2016
Rates of return on capital across the world: are they converging?Cambridge Journal of Economics. July 4, 2016
China’s Water Utilization Efficiency: An Analysis with Environmental ConsiderationsChina’s Water Utilization Efficiency: An Analysis with Environmental Considerations. April 7, 2016
The Evolution of the Weekend Effect in US MarketsThe Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. November 15, 2015