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Li Qi

Professor Li Qi, adviser of Ph.D. candidates, president of the School of International School of Economics and Management.

Education Background

1991, Doctor of Economics, Texas A&M University

1985, Master of Physics, Nankai University

1982, Bachelor of Astrophysics, Peking University

Working Experiences

Assistant Professor, University of Guelph, July 1991 - June 1994.

Assistant Professor, Indiana University, Jan. 1993 - Dec. 1993.

Associate Professor, University of Guelph, July 1994 - June 1996.

Professor, University of Guelph, July 1996 - Dec. 1998.

Associate Professor, Texas A&M University, Jan. 1999 to Aug. 2000.

Lifetime tenured professor, Texas A&M University, Sept. 2000 to present.

Hugh Roy Cullen Professor in Liberal Arts, Texas A&M University, November, 2001 to present.

Distinguished professor, Tsinghua University, June, 2002-Aug. 2014

Teaching Experiences

Undergraduate courses: Introduction to Econometrics, Time-series Econometrics, Economics Forecasting.

Graduate courses: Financial Econometrics, Probability and Statistics, Penal Data Method, Time-Series Econometrics, Nonparametric Econometrics.


Co-editor, Econometrics Journal, 2004-2007.

Associate Editor, Journal of Econometrics, 2002-present.

Associate Editor, Econometric Theory, 1997-2006.

Associate Editor, Econometric Reviews, 2006-present.

Associate Editor, Journal of Nonparametric Statistics, 1999-present.

Co-editor, Annals of Economics and Finance, 2000-2007.

Associate Editor, International Journal of Business and Economics, 2001-present.

Associate Editor, China Journal of Economics, 2003-present.

Honors and Awards

Selected into China “Thousand Talent Plan”, 2012-2015.

Econometric Theory “Plura Script” Award, December 2014.

Prominent Scientific Research Contribution Award, Texas A&M University, 2013.

Outstanding Achievement Award, College of Liberal Arts Research Awards, Texas A&M University, 2006.

Distinguished Paper Award, Academic of International Business U.S. Southwest Chapter Conference, 2003, thesis title: “European Stock Market Integration: Does Economic and Monetary Union Matter?”

Econometric Theory Multa Script Award, December 2002.

Faculty Fellow, College of Liberal Arts, Texas A&M University April, 2000.

Ontario Premier’s Research Excellence Award, April 1999.

Selected as a fellow of the Journal of Econometrics in October, 1998.

Al Chalk Award (for best Ph.D thesis in economics), Texas A&M University, 1991.

Outstanding Student Award, Peking University, 1981 (selected as the best student in the department of geophysics, Peking University).

Who’s Who in the World, Marquis, since 2001.

Who’s Who in Economics, MIT Press, since 2003.

The number of his theses about Theoretical Econometrics published worldly ranked eighth during 1989 to 2005, and once ranked fourth from 1989 to 1999.

Research Fund (partial)

Chief Director of National Natural Science Foundation Major Program, (numbered 71133001), about 2.3 million RMB.

Chief Director, Canada Social and Humanities Foundation, CAD$79,500.

Distinguished Professor of Tsinghua University, Research Fund amount to USD$ 20,000+ 30,000+ 30,000.

Other Publications

Professor Li, Qi had published 129 theses and 36 theses (including forthcoming papers) since 2007. He had one treatise published and organized six conferences, supervised 18 doctoral candidates.