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​​​經濟學獎學金 (2023-24年度)

獎學金應授予最多兩名學生,以便在非本地頂尖大學(碩士/碩士或博士學位課程)進修經濟學(或相關領域)。 每項獎勵的價值最高為50,000港元。 申請者應通過電子郵件發送到[email protected]或親自到2020年4月15日前到經濟學辦公室,以提交1)申請表和2)非本地大學全日制錄取的有關非本地大學所涉進修學位課程的錄取通知書或有條件錄取通知書。
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LAI Wanting                    社會科學學士課程經濟學畢業生  

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FU Ting Ting                     社會科學學士課程經濟學畢業生  

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文易                                社會科學學士課程經濟學畢業生  

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CHAN Man Hin                            社會科學學士課程經濟學三年級學生  
Li Tsz Yin Kelvin                           社會科學學士課程經濟學年級學生

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CHEN Huilin                            社會科學學士課程經濟學三年級學生  
LAI Wanting                             社會科學學士課程經濟學年級學生

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來菀婷                            社會科學學士課程經濟學三年級學生  
蒙寶思                            社會科學學士課程經濟學年級學生

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CHANDRA, Sonal          社會科學學士課程經濟學四年級學生
顧雯潔                            社會科學學士課程經濟學三年級學生  
蒙寶思                            社會科學學士課程經濟學三年級學生

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陳漢全                           社會科學學士課程經濟學四年級學生
CHANDRA, Sonal         社會科學學士課程經濟學三年級學生  
楊港龍                            社會科學學士課程經濟學三年級學生

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2018-19 學年經濟學優秀學生獎學金得獎名單(以英文姓氏順序排列)︰

​陳漢全                           社會科學學士課程經濟學年級學生
王志成                           社會科學學士課程經濟學四年級學生
鐘宜成​                           社會科學學士課程經濟學四年級學生
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The Awardee of the 2023-24 Best Economics Minor Student Awards is:

TANG Shing Hin                        數據科學理學四年級​學生
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The Awardees of the 2020-21 Best Economics Minor Student Awards are (in Alphabetical order): 

DAI, Jinyu                        工商管理學士課程金融系三年級​學生
HUANG, Yijun                  工商管理學士課程金融系四年級​學生
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HUANG, Yijun               工商管理學士課程金融系三年級​學生
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2018-2019 學年

KWAN, Man Yuk         工商管理學士課程會計系四年級​學生
WU, Ruizhu                工商管理學士課程翻譯系四年級​學生
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國際銀行與金融理學碩士課程 (MIBF) 及國際與發展經濟學理學碩士課程 (MIDE) 全額奬學金(2023-24學年)


MIBF: 最多兩名嶺南大學社會科學學士課程經濟學系畢業生可獲全額奬學金(包括豁免全部學費及獲發$80,000助學金)*。


MIDE: 表現最優異的一名嶺南大學社會科學學士課程經濟學系畢業生可獲全額奬學金(包括豁免全部學費及獲發$80,000助學金)*。

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2021-22 學年國際銀行與金融理學碩士課程 (MIBF) 及國際與發展經濟學理學碩士課程 (MIDE) 全額奬學金得獎名單︰

​陳漢全                           社會科學學士課程經濟學畢業
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由2014-15學年起,經濟學系每年透過暑期實習計劃提供兩個名額的實習機會予同學,對象為主修社會科學(榮譽)學士課程經濟學或國際經濟與政治學科 / 社會及公共政策研究學科的同學。他們可藉著參與及支援由經濟學系教授直接領導的經濟研究項目,在兩個月的實習期裡接受紥實的訓練,為進行研究打好基礎。有關實習計劃的申請期為每年的三至四月。

招募申請書(2021-22年度):  已截止

經濟部為暑期實習生開設了實習機會。 實習生應(1)為經濟學教授的項目提供研究支持(職責包括問卷調查,數據收集,數據分析,文獻綜述和報告準備); (2)協助組織本系的教與學活動。

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AY2019-20      MENG Bao Si (Second Year, Economics)

It has been an exceptional opportunity to join the internship offered by the Department of Economics. Under the supervision of Prof. Fan Cheng Ze, my main duties have been conducting literature reviews, data processing, and preparing experiments. The experiment was to test the influence of extracurricular activities on student educational outcomes.  I had not previously realized how important it was to hold control variables constant rigorously in real society settings.  I was privileged to work with researchers from universities in the Greater Bay Area.
Another task required summarizing output of Granger Causality tests for a research project regarding China’s external trade and political relations. This task not only enhanced my capability to process data and apply related software, but made me think more carefully about the rise of economic nationalism in the context where globalization appears to be in reverse.  This experience in particular, but all of my experiences, likely will influence my future study and research.
In general, interning as a research assistant this summer was a rewarding experience.  I look forward to applying my newly-acquired skills and knowledge acquired to more research projects.
AY2019-20   YUAN Chenxuan (Second Year, Economics)
Participating in this summer internship program offered by the Department of Economics was an unforgettable experience for me. Under the guidance of Professor Liu Sibo, I got to know how research takes place and how researchers conduct themselves. By searching information, I understood that Google is not omnipotent. To find valuable and reliable information about government laws on certain issue, I gradually got familiar with the structure of the local Legislative Councils websites and other relevant official websites. Besides, I learned about American laws and America’s legal system. Through data collecting and cleaning activities, I realized that how much data a research project requires. It was a good opportunity to train me to be patient and work efficiently for a long time. Although there was a huge amount of data to be analyzed, some tools can help to simplify the work. Here, my supervisor introduced me to Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) in order to highlight the similarities or differences between two cells in Excel for more efficient judgments. Overall, I leant a lot from this internship program and I am looking forward to applying what I have learnt to my future study and life.
AY2019-20     Zhang Fuze (Third Year, Economics)
I was honoured with the chance to be an intern in the Department of Economics this summer and had an unforgettable experience. Under the supervision of Professor Gregory William Whitten, I searched out case studies for economics courses to help him with his future teaching. This task exposed me to varieties of recent news and taught me more on different views about hot topics around the world, so that I could keep up with times and develop my analytical abilities. By applying the economic theories from our courses to analyse the real-world cases, I can think more critically and comprehensively. Meanwhile, my reading speed has made a leap through reading those articles. I also helped to adapt teaching materials for online learning. In general, this two-month internship has given me a valuable opportunity to enrich myself during the holiday. It is a pleasure to spend time with warm-hearted and preeminent colleagues. It also made me think more clearly about what I would like to do in the future.
AY2018-2019     HE Jiaying (Third Year, Economics)
It was a memorable and fruitful summer for me when I had a one-month internship in the Department of Economics at Lingnan University. As a research assistant, I participated in the project “Fighting Cartels in Mainland China and Hong Kong”. My duties included researching cartel whistleblower reward policy in different regions and preparing reports. I also worked on the industrial and technological background of China’s cement industry. 

​The internship offers me a good chance to practice how to understand real-world activities with economic perspectives. As a student majoring in economics, it is important to apply the knowledge learnt from the classrooms and develop economics analysis practically. At the same time, I gained a deeper understanding of academic research. My research skills were improved within this period, such as preparing reports and data processing. Furthermore, this internship benefits me when I develop my future career plan. I wish I could equip with advanced analytical skills in the future study. Apart from my growth during this period, I was very glad to build friendships with many members of the Department of Economics. In general, I am grateful I could have this precious opportunity to improve myself.
AY2018-2019     HONG Xiaoyu (Third Year, Economics)
It is a valuable experience for me to be the intern in the Department of Economics of Lingnan University. Under the guidance of Professor Fan Chengze, I am a research assistant for the Environmental regulation in the presence of polluting urban agglomeration and rural-to-urban migration project. I am mainly responsible for analyzing and labeling the relevant experimental data for the project and constantly changing the experimental variables to get the optimal solutions under different conditions. I also learnt and tried to adapted research content into documents for presentations with latex. Under the supervision of Prof Gregory Willian Whitten, I assisted him in preparing for the new semester’s courses. Meanwhile, I consulted the relevant literature to study the relationship between the value of the dollar and the value of the yuan in recent years. In general, this internship has greatly improved my personal ability. It helped me learn a lot about research, literature review and collation, and the use of research-related software. This experience also gave me the opportunity to experience the process of economic research and gave me a lot of inspiration for research methods and directions. I look forward to applying what I have learned from this experience to my future study and future research.
WANG Zhicheng, Josephine (Graduated in 2019, UG, Economics)
Being the intern in Department of Economics is a rewarding experience during my study at Lingnan University. Under the supervision of Professor Lin Ping, I am a research assistant for a project on competition in browser and search engine market in China. I am responsible for collecting data on market share and economic performance in each main player, and conducting analysis in the development of these industries. I have learnt more than I expected, in particular, my skills of conducting research, doing literature review and writing comprehensive reports have been strongly improved. The valuable part of the internship is that, by searching for information, I also know more about the most recent products and development in the prevailing information technology sector. Generally, this experience provided me an opportunity to better understand the research interests of professors in economics department, and acquire deeper knowledge especially on industrial economics. All the challenges I have met made for an even more worthwhile internship. I wish I could apply what I have learnt in my further study and improve my research skills to an advanced level.
YEUNG Kong Lung (Third Year, Economics)
This summer, I took part in the internship program offered by Department of Economics. I was in charge of a project, led by professor Lin Ping, about the relation between government procurement and competition ordinance.

My overall research skills have been enhanced. Under the guidance of Prof. Lin, I conducted a literature review for basic information about government outsourcing in Hong Kong. To be able to submit my work on time, I read them quickly and accurately. As a result, my speed of reading becomes faster. Furthermore, with all the relevant information, I needed to draft a report on the current situation of government procurement in Hong Kong. To present it in an objective manner, I needed to take the citations frequently and carefully.

​Due to the time conflict with my exchange program, I have only worked for a month in this internship program. However, what I have learnt is very useful for me to boost my research skills. Having understood these skills, I am sure that they will be conducive to my further studies. All in all, this research has made me a fruitful experience in this summer holiday.
TANG Haibin (Graduated in 2018, UG, Economics)
In my third year of study as a student major in economics, I was fortunate enough to be selected as a research assistant for the Department of Economics at Lingnan University. That special experience had helped shape myself into who I am today. During the period of internship, I was able to take a close look at what professors are working on for their academic research. I saw how much effort is needed to be put into a high-quality research paper.  Acting as research assistant let me understand what an economist's daily work would be like and what skill set it would take to be a good academic researcher.
Apart from the technical knowledge I had from the internship experience, I also built up valuable friendships with teachers and other research assistants. From interactions with all these amazing people, I received a lot of useful information and it helped me to navigate my life better.
AY2020-21     CHEUNG Yi (Second Year, Economics)

It was an unforgettable experience for me to be the summer intern in the Department of Economics of Lingnan University. Under the supervision of Professor Junji Xiao, I participated in the projects about electric vehicles and food delivery fields. The duties exposed me to a new research area and prepared me for challenges through which I gained a deeper understanding of academic research.

The internship also provided a great opportunity to master the skills of questionnaire design and excel.  In the electronic vehicles research project, I was mainly responsible for collecting and organizing data, which trained my ability to process data. Furthermore, completing report about industrial policy and background analysis of electronic vehicles, I gradually got familiar with more information regarding these field. I am grateful for the patient guidance and supervision by Professor Junji Xiao in these two months. It enabled me to improve my ability and figure out the way for my future development. I believe this valuable experience will be of great help to my future study and work.