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2022年春季讲座课程-Short Courses, Spring Semester 2022

发布日期:2022-01-21  浏览次数:

2022年春季讲座课程-Short Courses, Spring Semester 2022


请有兴趣申请课程助管的同学在2022年2月25日之前发送邮件至

td_econ@fudan.edu.cn


110期(经济学院研究生课程表中的讲座十五,ECON830072

Jun YU

Professor, Singapore Management University

Course title:Stationary and Nonstationary Time Series Analysis with Economic Applications

Classroom:Room 801, SOE

Schedule:

9:00-11:30 am March 9 (Wednesday)

9:00-11:30 am March 16 (Wednesday))

9:00-11:30 am March 23 (Wednesday)

9:00-11:30 am March 30 (Wednesday)

9:00-11:30 am April 6 (Wednesday)

9:00-11:30 am April 13 (Wednesday)

教授简介:

余俊教授是新加坡管理大学经济学和金融学讲座教授,于2012年被选为国际金融计量学会创会院士,现任Journal of Econometircs、Econometirc Theory、Journal of Financial Econometircs的副主编,主要研究领域为金融计量学。余俊教授在Review of Financial Studies、Journal of Econometircs、International Economic Review等国际顶尖学术期刊发表八十多篇学术论文,至2022年2月,他的谷歌总引率为8101次,H-index达到35。他发表的关于资产泡沫检验方法、估计泡沫发生时间和危机发生时间的文章,对很多国家的经济政策具有重大影响,其中三篇代表作的谷歌引用率分别达到1054次、996次和584次。



附件【CV_Jun YU.pdf
附件【Syllabus_ Jun YU.doc
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2022年海外优秀学者授课项目

发布日期:2021-09-14  浏览次数:

Short Courses by Professors from Overseas 2022

 

Spring Semester, 2022

Why Did Industrial Revolution Not Happen in China First? 经济学讲座13ECON830070

Instructor: Debin Ma, Professor of Economic History, University of Oxford

Professor Debin Ma | Faculty of History (ox.ac.uk)

TA: Jiacheng Zhang, 20110680014@fudan.edu.cn

Teaching Schedule:

19:20-21:35 Wednesday March 16

19:20-21:35 Thursday March 17

19:20-21:35 Saturday March 19

19:20-21:35 Sunday March 20

19:20-21:35 Tuesday March 22

19:20-21:35 Wednesday March 23

Classroom: online via Zoom

Instructor’s Bio:

Debin Ma is Professor of Economic History at the University of Oxford. He is also Visiting Professor at the Department of Economic History at London School of Economics and research associate with CEPR. He obtained his PhD in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and had taught in the United States, UK, Japan and China. His research interest includes (1) long-term economic growth in East Asia; (2) international comparison of living standards, human capital and productivity; (3) institutions, legal traditions, long-run growth and global history; and (4) economics of the silk sector. With Loren Brandt and Thomas G. Rawski and published a journal paper ‘From Divergence to Convergence: Re-evaluating the History behind China’s Economic Boom’ on the Journal of Economic Literature. He is also the co-editor of the forthcoming two volume Cambridge Economic History of China.

More short courses: 2022年春季讲座课程-Short Courses, Spring Semester 2022-复旦大学经济学院 (fudan.edu.cn)



 



附件【Economic history syallabus and reading list Fudan 2021.doc
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