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Yang Liu Associate Professor

Academic Area: 
  • Econometrics
  • Transnational Mergers and Acquisitions
Research Interests: 
  • Econometrics
  • Transnational Mergers and Acquisitions
Bio: 

 

Business Address: School of Business, Nanjing Normal University, NO.1 Wenyuan Road, Qixia District, Nanjing, Jiangsu

Office Phone: +86-25- 85891246

E-mail:  liuyang@njnu.edu.cn

 

Bio: 

Yang Liu, male, born in September 1963, Yancheng, Jiangsu province, member of the communist party of China, has the title of associate professor and master supervisor. He was the vice president of the School of Business in the Nanjing Normal University from November 2008 to July 2016.

Selected Publications:

1. The Enterprise M&A and Core Competence, Jiangxi Social Science, 2001(10). (in Chinese)

2. The Cross-Border M&A and the Adjustment of the Strategy of Using Foreign Capital in China, Business Research, 2002(24). (in Chinese)

3. The Current M&A Strategic Motivation and Inspiration, Jiangsu Business Theory, 2003(12). (in Chinese)

4. The Current Global M&A Wave Characteristics and Revelation, Economic Aspect, 2001. (in Chinese)

5. Impact Factor of the Country Stock Market Long-term Linkage Analysis ----In the Stock Market of China and the United States, Journal of Guangdong Institute of Financial, 2012(5). (in Chinese)\

6. The Mass Retail for High-level Retail Business of Commercial Banks, Financial Forum, 2013(12). (in Chinese)

7. Lending Industry Concentration Ratio of Commercial Banks to Study the Impacts of Systemic Risk ----Based On the Method of MES, Journal of Xi ‘an Institute of Finance and Economics, 2015(2). (in Chinese)

8. The Interest Rate for the Asymmetry of the Non-performing Loan Ratio Influence Research, Financial and Economic, 2016. (in Chinese)

Teaching:

The Econometrics (undergraduate)

The Mathematical Economics (undergraduate)

The Intermediate Macroeconomics (undergraduate)

Intermediate Econometrics (postgraduate)

Intermediate Investment (postgraduate)

The Data Model and Decision (MBA)