Prof. Linhai ZHAO


Release date:2020/03/24
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Education

Ph.D. in Financial Engineering and Financial Management, Tianjin University, March 2009

Master in Business Administration, Harbin University of Science & Technology, July 2002

Professional Experience

Associate Professor of Finance, School of Economics and Finance, Huaqiao University, October 2009 –

Visiting Scholar in Mathematical Finance, College of Arts & Sciences, The University of Alabama, August 2012 - August 2013

Postdoctoral Fellow of Finance, School of Economics, Fudan University, August 2009 –October 2011

Lecturer of Finance, Business School, Huaqiao University, December 2004 - October 2009

Assistant Professor of Finance, School of Economics and Management, Huaqiao University, July 2002 – December 2004

Practical Experience

Assistant Economist, People’s Bank of China, Harbin Branch, July 1997 – September 1999

Research Interests

Macrofinancial Theory & Policy, Financial Engineering & Risk Management, International Finance, Innovation Management

Courses taught

Financial Risk Management, Behavioral Finance, International Finance, Macroeconomics

Honors and Awards

The Sixth Higher Education Achievement Award of Fujian Province, 2009

Excellence Award of Social Science of Quanzhou City, 2013

Professional Society

Board member of Quantitative Finance & Insurance Branch, Chinese Society of Optimization, Overall Planning and Economical Mathematics

Board member of Fintech Branch, Chinese Society of Technology Economics

Selective Publications

Inflation Expectations and Their Heterogeneity, Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, 2019 (in Chinese)

Transition, Upgrading and Sustained Competitive Advantage of China’s Labor-Intensive Industries, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2012 (in Chinese)

On Monetary Policy: A Viability Theory Approach, Beijing: Intellectual Property Publishing House, 2010 (in Chinese)

Theory and Practice in International Finance: New Edition, coauthored with Ridong Hu, Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, 2010 (in Chinese)

Research Grants

[1] “The Impact of Components of CPI on Deflation Expectations”, funded by National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2015

[2] “Study on the Heterogeneity of Inflation Expectations”, funded by National Social Science Foundation of China, 2012

[3] “On Systemic Financial Risks in China: A Perspective of Expectations”, funded by Social Science Foundation of Fujian Province, 2018




 
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