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Name: YANG Jie
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Title: Lecturer
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Ph.D. in Management Science and Engineering, Economics and Management School, Beihang University. 2013.

M.S. in Management Engineering (Industrial Foreign Trade), Economics and Management School, Beihang University. 1996.

B.S. in Industrial Foreign Trade, Economics and Management School, Beihang University. 1993.


Welcome the students in majors of Business, Economics, Trade, and Finance to take part in our research group. Currently, our researches are mainly in:

1) World economies and trade

2) Economic cooperation between China and foreign countries

3) Financial markets

4) Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

Teaching Experience:

For bachelor students: teaching International Trade, International Trade Practices, International Investment and Multinational Corporation Management, International Technology Trade, and Intellectual Property Rights Management.

For postgraduate students: teaching International Business, International Capital Markets and International Business Negotiation.

Selected Publications:

Jie Yang, Liyan Han, (2013), Optimal Size of Currency Swap between Central Banks: Evidence from China [J], Applied Economics Letters, 2013, Vol.20, No.3, 203-207. (SSCI)

Jie Yang, Liyan Han, Guangyu Ren, (2014), China-to-North Korea Tourism: A Leisure Business on a Tense Peninsula, North Korean Review, 10 (2), fall 2014, 57-70, USA McFarland & Company, Inc.

Jie Yang, (2010), Dynamic portfolio management of strategic investment in Chinese banking sector, International Conference on Management and Service Science, MASS 2010.

Jie Yang, (2010), Risk control and portfolio management of investment in Chinese new power market, International Conference on Electrical and Control Engineering, ICECE 2010.

Jie Yang, (2008), Financial opening and its impact on Chinese major commercial banks, ICIM’08 Proceedings of The Ninth International Conference on Industrial Management, Osaka Japan, 904-909.

Jie Yang, (2008), Economic effects analysis of monetary shock on Chinese financial markets, 38th International Conference on Computers & Industrial Engineering, 416-422.