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PERSONAL INFORMATION

 
Title

Associate Professor

Name

OU YANG, PU-MAN

Phone
886-5-2720411 ext. 34110
Email
Homepage
 
Courses
Principle of Economics (I)、International Trade:Theory and Policy (I)、Economy of Mainland China、International Financial Market、Topics in the Economy of Mainland China (II)、International Finance (I)
 

EDUCATION BACKGROUND
 

Institution

Country

Major

Degree

Period

 
 

Syracuse University

USA

Department of Economics

Ph.D.

2004/09-2010/05

 
 

Zhongnan University of Finance and Economics

China

Department of Economics

BA.

1998/09-2002/07

 
 
 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
 

Organization

Department

Title

Time

 
 

Southwestern University of Finance and Economics

Research Institute of Economics and Management

Associate Professor

2010/09-2018/04

 
 

National Chung Cheng University

Economics

Associate Professor

2019/02~

 
 
 
FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
 
International economics/td>

corporate finance

Chinese Economy
 

 
INTELLECTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS
 

A. Publications

  1. Teng Zhang and Puman Ouyang*, Is RMB Appreciation a Nightmare for the Chinese Firms? An Analysis on Firm Profitability and Exchange Rate, International Review of Economics and Finance, 2018, vol. 54, Pages 27-43. UN ESCAP ARTNeT Working Paper No.138.
  2. Puman Ouyang and Shunli Yao*, Developing inland China: Do heterogeneous coastal foreign direct investments and exports help? the World Economy, 2017,vol,40(10) , Pages 403-2423.
  3. Puman Ouyang*, Yan Dong and Teng Zhang, Market potential, firm exports and profit: Which market do the Chinese firms profit from? , China Economic Review, 2015, vol.34, pp94-108.
  4. 國內外市場潛力對FDI區位選擇的影響研究 (與周犀行合作),《國際貿易問題》
  5. Henry H. Huang*, Jr-Wei Huang, Howard Qi and Puman Ouyang, Bivariate Option Pricing Under Regime-Switching Dependence, Review of Futures Markets. vol.20(3),2012, pp.243-265.
  6. Puman Ouyang* and Shihe Fu, Economic Growth, Industrial Development and the Inter-Regional Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment: Evidence of China, 2012, China Economic Review, Vol.23(2), 2012, pp.445–460.
  7. Fariha Kamal and Mary Lovely* and Puman Ouyang, Does Deeper Integration Enhance Spatial Advantages? Market Access and Wage Growth in China, 2011, International Review of Economics and Finance, vol(10).
 

 


 
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