College of Business Administration Directory
Dr. Jinlan Ni
- Economics, Business Administration
- MH 332F
- Tel: 402.554.2549
- Fax: 402.554.2853
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://cba2.unomaha.edu/faculty/jni/WEB/index.html
Dr. Jinlan Ni is a Professor of Department of Economics at University at Nebraska at Omaha. She obtained MS in Economics at China Center for Economic Research (CCER) in Peking University in 1999 and PhD in Economics at Purdue University in 2004. Dr. Ni’s major areas of research include Applied Microeconomics, Financial Economics, Labor Economics, and International Economics. She has published articles in peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of International Money and Finance, Journal of Applied Finance, Energy Economics, China Economic Review, Social Science Journal, China & World Economy, International Review of Economics and Finance etc.
Econometrics, Quantitative Economics and Application, Microeconomics.
Research and Creative Interests
Applied Microeconomics, China Economy
Dr. Jinlan NI serves as founding director of China office of Chinese Economist Society (CES). She was an ASSA Executive Officer as the President of Chinese Economist Society (CES) in 2014. She was a board member of CES 2011-2012, the Chair of the Regent 2015 and a member of the Academic Publishing Council in 2015 - 2018. She served as a guest editor of the journal China Economic Review, Review of Development Economics, and is an Editorial Board member of the journal Chinese Economy.
She is a member of the university committee of Academic Planning Council 2013 -2019, Library and Resource 2013-2016 and faculty senator 2015 - 2018.
She served for External Council, TERC, Faculty Development Council in the College of Business Administration, and Economics Program Committee.
Ph D - Economics
Purdue University (West lafayette, IN) 2004
MS - Economics
Peking University (Beijing) 1999
BS - MIS
ZheJiang GongShang University (Hangzhou) 1994
Outstanding Graduate Economics Professor (Teaching) 2009
Certificate of Recognition for Teaching Excellence (Teaching) 2002
Robert W. Johnson Award for Distinguished Research (Scholarship/Research) 2002
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