Zhang,Bi

 
Curriculum Vitae
BI ZHANG, Ph.D. CANDIDATE
LECTURER
School of Economics and Management, Beijing Jiaotong University
Room 817 , Building of Siyuan East
Haidian District, Beijing 100044, China
Tel: (8610) 5168-8434  
 
Education Background
Ph.D. (Sep. 2004–Present)
Finance, Department of Finance, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, P.R.CHINA
M.S. (Sep.1996 – July 1999)
International Economics, Department of International Economy, Liaoning University, Shenyang, P.R.CHINA
B.S. (Sep. 1992 – July 1996)
Industrial Management Engineering, Department of Mangement, Shenyang Polytechnic University, Shenyang, P.R. China
 
Professional Experience
1999 – present     Lecturer, School of Economics and Management, Beijing Jiaotong University
 
Research Areas
International Finance, Monetary Economics, Comparison of Financial System, Risk Management
 
Teaching Courses
International Trade
International Economics
 
Journal Articles
1   “Research on the stock company system of Japan”, Research of Japan, 1998
2.  “Analysis on the competition advantage of Merger and Acquisition among world enterprises, Journal of LiaoNing University ,1999
3.  “Research on the Internationalization of Third Party Logistics”, Logistics, 2003
 
Conference Papers
Bi ZhangInspirations from U.S. Subprime Lending Crisis to Credit Risk Control of Chinese Commercial Banks 2008 IEEE SOLI CongressISTP2008,IE2009
 
Academic Monographs and Textbooks
1  “International Finance and International Trade”, published by China Railway Press, 2000
2.“Macroeconomics”, published by China Railway Press,1998
3.“Financial Risk Management Handbook”, published by LiaoNing University, Press,1999
4.“Cases on WTO Automobile Trade Disputes”, published by China Railway Press, 2004
5.“Big Enterprises: Leading Forces in the Economy of the 21th Century”, published by China Machine Press, P.R.China,2002
6.“International Trade”, published by Qinghua University and NJTU Press, 2006
 
Academic Research Grants
 “The Capital Flow Vulnerability of Economies in Emerging Markets”, World Bank Subject, 2004