Introduction to the course Chinese Economy under the Deep Opening

July 8, 2015  click:

Yu,   Daoxian

Associate Professor

Department   of   World   Economy,   Economics   and

Management School, Wuhan University

Email:   ydxdhy@hotmail.com

Phone : +86-27-68753011

PhD, Economics, Huazhong University of Science and

Technology, China (2005-2008)

MSc, Economics, Huazhong University of Science and

Technology, China (2002-2005)

B.A.,   Engineering,   Nanjing   Aeronautical   Institute, China (1986-1990)

 

 

TEACHING AND RESEARCH AREAS

Ÿ      Teaching courses : International Economics; Managerial Economics;

Multi-National Corporation and International Trade Theory

Ÿ      Research Areas :    International Trade Theory and Policy ; Multi-National Corporation Theory ; International trade in services

 

 

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

 

 

Ÿ      Associate Professor of Economics, Wuhan University, September 2009 – present

Ÿ      Lecturer of Economics, Wuhan University, July 2008 – November 2009

 

 

MANAGERAL AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE

 

 

Ÿ      Senior Engineer, Engineer, Xiangyang Auto Bearing Co., Ltd., August 1990 –August

2008

 

 

CONSULTING AND TRAINING EXPERIENCE (GOVERNMENT OR CORPORATE)

 

 

Ÿ      Automobile Trade Business Training, Dongfeng Motor Company Limited, 2013-2015

Ÿ      Quality Engineer Training, CRCC, 2012-2015

 

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

 

 

Journal Papers (Domestic)

 

 

Ÿ      Yu Daoxian and Wang Yun, 2015. “The Offshore Stock of RMB, Balance of Payment and the Internationalization of RMB”, Economic Theory and Business Management, No.4, pp.89-103.

Ÿ      Yu  Daoxian  and  Wang  Yun,  2015.  “The  Study  on  Influence  Factors  of  RMB


Internationalization: Based on the Angle of Balance of Payment”, World Economy

Studies, No.3, pp.3-14.

Ÿ      Yu Daoxian and Liu Nuo, 2014. “The Choices of BRICS Exchange Rate Regimes and

Performance Analysis”, Economic Management Journal, No.10, pp.1-10.

Ÿ      Tu Taotao and Yu Daoxian, 2013. “Discrimination of Chinese Leading Industries and Its Welfare  Effect  under  Energy  Constraint”,  Modern  Finance  and  Economics,  No.9, pp.24-35.

Ÿ      Yu Daoxian and Wang Qiang, 2012. “Differences in Factors Affecting Service Industry Development between Developed and Underdeveloped Countries and Its Inspirations to China: An Empirical Assessment based on Panel Data of 20 Countries from 1970 to

2010”, World Economy Study, No.10, pp.3-9,87.

Ÿ      Tu Taotao and Yu Daoxian, 2010. “A Study on Inter-industry Spillover Effect of FDI

and Related Influencing Factors”, Luojia Management Review, No.2, 188-197.

Ÿ      Yu Daoxian and Zhou Shi, 2010. “A New Explanation of Foreign Direct Investment from Developing Countries:Based on Comprehensive Competiveness Ladder Model”,

Finance & Trade Economics, No. 12, pp. 104-110.

Ÿ      Yu Daoxian and Liu Haiyun, 2010. “An Empirical Research on Import-Export Trade Structure and International Competitiveness of Productive Service Trade in China”, World Economy Study, No.2, pp. 49-55.

Ÿ      Yu Daoxian and Liu Wei, 2009. “The Origin, Development and Research Prospects for

Strategic Trade Policy”, Contemporary Economic Research, No.4, pp. 12-18.

Ÿ      Chen  Jiyong  and  Yu  Daoxian,  2009.  “The  New  Trends  of  the  Development  of International Trade in Services and the Strategy of China in the Times of Knowledge Economy”, World Economy Study, No.4, pp3-8.

Ÿ      Yu Daoxian and Liu Haiyun, 2008. “An Empirical Research on Import-Export Trade Structure and International Competitiveness of International Service Trade in China”, Journal of International Trade, No.10, pp. 73-79.

Ÿ      Yu Daoxian and Liu Haiyun, 2008. “Research on the Impact of Independent Innovation Capability upon Export Trade in China: Based on Positive Analysis of Patent Applications Certified”, Journal of International Trade, No.3, pp. 28-33.

Ÿ      Liu Haiyun and Yu Daoxian, 2008. “China’s Trade in Services: Growth in Quantity and

Imbalance in Structure”, International Trade, No.2, pp.33-36.

Ÿ      Yu Daoxian and Liu Haiyun, 2007. “Strategic Trade Policy and China’s Independent Innovation Development Strategy”, International Economics and Trade Research, No.7, pp.18-22.

Ÿ      Chen  Xiongbing  and  Yu  Daoxian  ,  2007.  “FDI  and  Economic  Growth  in  China: Theoretical Analysis and Policy Suggestions”, Journal of Beijing University of Technology(Social Sciences Edition), VOL.7, No. 6, pp.9-13.

Ÿ      Ye Jige and Yu Daoxian, 2007. “The Empirical Analysis  of the  Export Trade  and

Environmental Pollution of China”, Journal of International Trade, No.5, pp. 72-77.

Ÿ      Yu  Daoxian  and  Liu  Haiyun,  2007.  “Research  on  the  Trade  Effects  of  Technical

Innovation: A Literature Summary”, Finance and Trade Research, No. 5, pp. 65-72.

Ÿ      Yu Daoxian and Liu Haiyun, 2007. “Export Structure and Trade Competitiveness of

China’s High-Tech Products”, Reform, No.1, pp. 72-78.


Ÿ      Wu Lei and Yu Daoxian, 2007. “The Demand Analysis on Founding Community Bank in Wuhan City”,Commercial Research, No.4, pp. 139-142.

Ÿ      Yu Daoxian and Du Lanying, 2006. “The Environmental Quality ,Economy Increases and the Scientific Development View”, Modern Economic Research, No.6, pp. 10-13.

Ÿ      Luo Yi, Lu Wenqing and Yu Daoxian, 2004. “To Analyze the Superior Liability Ratio Through Maximizing the Revenues of Debt Financing”, Economy and Management, No.104, pp.63-67.

Ÿ      Zhang  Dejing,  Lu  Wenqing  and  Yu  Daoxian,  2004.  “The  Influence  of  Cultural Differences on the Multinational Enterprise”, Journal of Shanxi Administration School and Shanxi Economic Management School, No.7, pp.123-125.

 

 

Monography

 

 

Ÿ      Yu Daoxian, 2010, Research on the Trade Effects of the Independent Innovation in

China, Beijing: People’s Publishing House.

 

 

RESEARCH GRANTS

 

 

Government-funded grants

 

 

Ÿ      “Research on the Service Industry’s Overall Dimensions, Internal Structure Evolution

Mechanism and Trend”, funded by Social Science Foundation of P. R. China (SSFC),

¥150000, 2011, Ref. 11BJL064.

Ÿ      “Research on the Unbalance Effect of FDI and Independent Innovation on China”s

Export Trade: Theoretical analysis and quantitative measure”, funded by Social Science

Foundation  of  Ministry  of  Education  (MOE)  of  P.  R.  China,  ¥70000,  2009,  Ref.

09YJA790158.

 

 

AWARDS AND HONORS

 

 

Ÿ      The Top 10 of the Evaluation of Undergraduate Course Teaching, School of Economics and Management, Wuhan University, 2009, 2011, 2013,2014.

 

 

EDITORIAL BOARDS

 

 

Ÿ      World Economy Study, Anonymous Reviewer, 2014 -present

Ÿ      International Economics and Trade Research, Anonymous Reviewer, 2010 -present

 

 

MEMBERSHIPS, CERTIFICATIONS

 

 

Ÿ      Member of China Society of World Economics, CSWE

Ÿ      Member of China America Association of Economics

 

 

 

 

Chinese Economy under the Deep Opening

 

Syllabus

 

 

Course profile

1.   Course Name :Chinese Economy under the Deep Opening

 

2.   Course Schedule:Spring Semester 2016

 

3.   class period:54

 

4.   Instructor:Daoxian YU    Associated Professor

 

5.   Department:Economics and Management School,Wuhan University

 

 

 

 

 

Textbook and Recommended

1.    Textbook:Barry Naughton, The Chinese Economy: Transitions and

 

Growth, MIT Press, 2006.

 

2.    Recommended:Justin Lin, Demystifying the Chinese Economy, Cambridge University Press, 2011

 

 

 

Course Description

The course provides a broad overview of the Chinese economy. While historical context is invoked throughout the course, the primary emphasis is on the dynamic emergence of modern China since comprehensive economic reforms began a generation ago. Most leading components of the economy will be covered, including the rural sector and agriculture, modern industrialization, and the new service economy, with special emphasis on

 

 

the financial sector. In addition to discussing traditional private enterprise and market evolution, we will examine the role of the state in detail, as wellas the all-important role of the global economy in China’s growth experience. In addition to historical analysis, we will discuss China in the world today and its prospects for the next generation.

 

 

 

Course Contents

 

This course is mastery of the required readings and lecture material. The lecture material is presented in a PowerPoint slide format (pdf files), covering a series of topics outlined below. Also included in this list are the corresponding chapters in the required textbook. Lectures follow the same chronology as topics, but there is no 1-1 relationship. Topics are approximately weekly.

Topic Subject                                                Naughton               Lin

 

1.

Introduction

Introduction

1

 

2.

 

Initial conditions

 

1, 2, 3, 5

 

2,3

 

3.

 

Reform stages and features

 

4

 

4,5

 

4.

 

Growth and structural change

 

6

 

6

 

5.

 

Agriculture

 

10, 11

 

7

 

6.

 

Industry: The non-state sector

 

12

 

8

 

7.

 

Industry: The state sector

 

13, 14, 15

 

9

 

8.

 

The financial sector

 

19

 

10

 

 

 

9.

 

Labor and income distribution

 

7, 8, 9

 

12

 

10.

 

Foreign trade

 

16

 

 

11.

 

Foreign investment

 

17

 

 

12.

 

The fiscal system

 

19

 

 

13.

 

Legal reform

 

 

 

14.    Macro cycles and policies                 18

 

 

 

 

Examinations and Grades

 

There will be one mid-test and a final examination.

 

The grade for the course will be based on the following components: Mid-test: 40 percent

Final:          60 percent

 

 

 

 

Contact and office hour information

Daoxian YU:ydxdhy@hotmail.ccom

 

B367 Economics and Management School Building:Thursday

 

4-6PM

 

You are also welcome to contact either TA if you have questions.

 


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