Prof HONG Fuhai1. Hong, Fuhai, Wei Huang and Xiaojian Zhao, 2018, Sunk Cost as a Self-Management Device, Management Science, forthcoming. DOI: 10.1287/mnsc.2018.3032.
2. Hong, Fuhai, Tanjim Hossain, John List and Migiwa Tanaka, 2018, Testing the Theory of Multitasking: Evidence from A Natural Field Experiment in Chinese Factories, International Economic Review, 59(2), 511-536.
Prof WONG Chi Leung, Adam"All-units discounts as a partial foreclosure device", with Yong Chao and Guofu Tan, RAND
Journal of Economics 49, 155 -180 (2018).
Prof ZHANG Tianle1. "Patentability, R&D Direction, and Cumulative Innovation" (with Yongmin Chen and Shiyuan Pan), Forthcoming, International Economic Review.
2. "Entry and Welfare in Search Markets" (with Yongmin Chen), Economic Journal, Vol. 128 (608), 55-88, 2018.
Prof WONG Ho Lun, Alex
Ho Lun Wong, Wang Yu, Renfu Luo, Linxiu Zhang, and Scott Rozelle, 2017. Local Governace and the Quality of Local Infrastructure: Evidence from Village Road Projects in Rural China. Journal of Public Economics, 152, 119-132.
LAW Yui, Roy (MPhil, 2012)
The Economics program provides throughout academic knowledge on Economics and Finance including fundamental economic theories and statistic techniques. This program facilitates students who want to pursue further postgraduate study on these two fields. Professors are helpful when students find difficulties in understanding course materials. Course designs are practical by including mainly the latest techniques and topics.
DAI Xiaoyi (UG, 2016)
I spent four fruitful years as an undergraduate student at Lingnan University and graduated with First Class Honor from the Economics major in 2016. The courses offered by our department cover a wide range of areas in Economics and the small-size classes allow us to keep good relationships with professors. Apart from studying, our department provides research-oriented internship opportunities for Economics students. This experience broaden my horizon and improve my data analysis skills.
KAHSY Haftom Bayray (PhD, 2016)
Dr. Haftom is currently working as Assistant Professor of Economics at Mekelle University in Ethiopia. His research interests include Micro Development, Education, Health, Agriculture and Technological Adoption.
He has been involved in the NOW-WOTRO Science for Global Development research project that aims to conduct an empirical research on the cost effectiveness of integrating weather index insurance into the productive safety net program in Ethiopia.
MA Yiu Chung, Arbitor (PhD, 2017)
I'm always proud of being a Lingnanian, being a student in such an impressive University. I could still remember when I was an undergraduate student, one of my very admired professor used only geometry to explain a very technical mathematics theory to me. His passion in teaching enlightened me to be a scholar like him. Time flies and I have earned my undergraduate, master and also doctoral degree from the Economics Department. The solid research training and the professional knowledge I gained here are proofed to be essential for my career development.
LEUNG Hin Shing (UG, 2017)
The 4 years’ undergraduate experience in Lingnan is valuable and meaningful. In these 4 years, I gained a lot from different courses offered by the Economics department. The coverage of these courses are comprehensive and well-organized. From learning basic techniques to exploring a wide range of areas in Economics, I was inspired a lot. In addition, professors are patient and enthusiastic in teaching and providing professional comments to us, which help us to learn better. Also, Lingnan emphasizes close faculty-student relationship.
WONG Chee Haung, Jason (UG, 2018)
"Connecting the dots"
Supported by the Lingnan Non-local Student Scholarship, my journey at Lingnan had been fruitful graduating with First Class Honor from the Economics major. I was exceptionally grateful to be enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences because the breadth of the interdisciplinary training established a coherent intellectual base for me to understand regional and international affairs from various angles. The courses' relevance to our everyday life emphasize on humanities and provide insights into the real world.
Goh Chen Yik, Galvin (UG, 2018)
Hi! My name is Galvin Goh Chen Yik. It was honored and grateful to participate and graduated from the Lingnan undergraduate Economic’s class of 2015. Prior to joining the Bachelor of Social Science Economic (Hons), I wanted to understand the reason why there is part of society are failing economically and suffered poverty throughout their life. Enrollment in the course not only allowed me to answer that question but trained me to have the ability to contemplate, think and empathize about society or the world from many perspectives. This has really shaped my personalities.
WONG Yuen Zhan (UG, 2018)
I have never thought of Hong Kong nor Lingnan University to pursue my undergraduate study back when I completed A-Levels in Malaysia because Hong Kong is not a very common place to be pursuing degree in my hometown. However, I appreciate the opportunities given by Lingnan, not only did I receive the opportunity to study here and explore the beauty and culture of Hong Kong but also, the opportunity to be Prof. Alex Wong’s research assistant, and to be involved in different service-learning and volunteer work.