The economics team in the School of Accounting and Finance has over 10 regular members and several temporary/visiting members. All regular members have a PhD degree in economics or finance and are actively engaged in teaching and research. Team members regularly publish their research outputs in renowned internationally refereed journals.
Our team offers economics subjects at undergraduate, master and doctoral levels. Our major teaching duties include offering general education in economics to all students in the University, introductory and specialized economics subjects to business and science/engineering undergraduate students, managerial economics subjects to MBA students, China-related subjects to MSc in China Business Studies students, and advanced level economics to DBA and PhD students.
Our major research focus includes international economics, financial economics, industrial organization and information economics, Chinese economy, and economics of environment and resources. Our recent publications include articles published in Applied Economics, Canadian Journal of Economics, China Economic Review, Economica, Economics Letters, Financial Management, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of Empirical Finance, Journal of Finance, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of International Money and Finance, Managerial and Decision Economics, Review of International Economics and World Development.
Our team members regularly contribute their expert knowledge to the professional community. Examples of professional services conducted by our team members include providing high-level consultancy services to Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), serving as executive committee member of the Hong Kong Economic Association (HKEA), and serving as external examiners of PhD and MPhil theses for reputable local and overseas universities.