Li Hong Xia
Professor in Economics
Adviser for Doctoral Students; President of the School of Economics;
Member of the Academic Degree Committee at CUEB;
Associate Director for the WTO Research Center, School of Economics at CUEB;
Member of the Council of China International Trade Institute;
Member of the Expert Committee of China Association of Trade in Services.
Main Research Fields
International Trade Theory and Policy, International Trade Strategy, World Economy.
She has devoted many years to the teaching and researching of international economy and trade for undergraduate, graduate and overseas students. Her main courses include International Economics, International Trade Theory and Policy, Development Economics, World Economy, International Trade Frontier and Chinese Business Environment. She is the lead teacher for the courses International Trade (Beijing Elite Course) and International Economics (National Bilingual Model Course), and she also serves as project leader of the National Bilingual Model Course International Business. Meanwhile, she is in charge of the construction of the International Trade discipline at CUEB and foreign affairs of the School of Economy at CUEB.
Educational and Working Experience
Graduated from the Department of Economics, Peking University, China, with a B.A.in Economics in July, 1985,
Graduated from the Department of World Economy and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China, with a M.A.in Economics in July, 1988,
Graduated from the School of International Trade and Economics, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China, with a Ph.D. in Economics in June, 2009,
She has been teaching in the School of Economics at CUEB. Concurrently, she also teaches in the School of Economics and Management of Tibet University, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences in Finland, and Seinajoki University of Applied Sciences, from July, 1988 to present.
Main Research Achievements
“Structural Reforms and Macroeconomic Stability,” [J] Economic Research Journal, Aug.2012
“Wavelengths and Policy Impact of the Current Business Cycle” [J] Economic Perspectives (Monthly), Aug. 2012
“Chinese Economic Trends and Macroeconomic Policy Orientation,” [J] Economic Theory and Business Management (Monthly), No.5, 2012
“Research on the Relationship between Foreign Trade Cycles and Economic Cycles in China,” [J] Economic Perspectives (Monthly), No. 11, Nov. 2011;
“Characteristics of Chinese Trade Patterns and the Need for Conversion,” [J] China Collective Economy, Nov.2010
“On Periodical Trade Protection Policy,” [J] Economic and Management Research, Dec.2009
“Research on the Relationship between Economic Cycles and Foreign Trade Cycles,” [J] International Trade Research, July 2009
“On Chinese Economy Entering a New Round of Expansion Stage in 2010,” [J] China Reform, June 2009
“Chinese Economic Cycles and Import Cycles: a Theoretical and Empirical Study,”[C] The Fore front of Applied Economics, Vol.1.