PhD , National University of Singapore

Biographical details

Dr. Zheng,Yi is an Associate Professor and Deputy Head of the Department of Accounting& Finance at Newhuadu Business School. She received her Ph.D degree in Economics from National University of Singapore in 2007. She was former research fellow of East Asian Institute, Singapore and   Associate Professor of Southwestern University of  Finance &Economics before she joined Newhuadu Business School  in 2012. Her research area includes financial integration empirical finance and Chinese economy. She has over 20 papers published in academic journals and conferences, including the Singapore Economic Review , China&World Economy and etc. She teaches courses at both undergraduate and post graduate levels, including Money and Banking , Investment , Chinese Economy , Financial Regulation and Financial Economics.  She is also anonymous referee to several international Journals including International Journal of Business and Finance Management Research (IJBFMR).

Education and experience

PhD, Finance,National Univeristy of Singapore ,2007

M.A , Xiamen University, China 1998

B.A. Sichuan Univeristy , China, 1994

Main research areas

Financial Integration,Entrepreneurial Finance and Chinese Economy.

Teaching field

Money and Banking,Investment,Chinese Economy,Financial Regulation and Financial Economics

Scholarly articles

1. Innovation and Mind-training, Economy&Nation Weekly, Feb ,2016
2. Hot money , CPI , housing price and stock price--An empirical study based on VAR framework( in Chinese) , Statistics &Decision, CSSCI , Issue 11, 2014  
3. The regulations of informal finance in China- A financial development perspective(in Chinese) , Money China ,  2014
4. .China’s Stock Market Integration with a Leading Power and a Close Neighbor,  Journal of Risk and Financial Management , issue 2,2012
5. .An Empirical Analysis of Stock Market Integration: Comparison Study of Singapore and Malaysia, The Singapore Economic Review, Vol 54, Issue .2, 2009. SSCI
6. .China's Trade Acceleration and the Deepening of an East Asian Regional Production Network, China & World Economy, Vol. 16, Issue 1, 2008 ,SSCI
7. .China's trade and regional production specialization in East Asia. EAI Background Brief 337, September , 2007
8. Dragon Market Creating Legends of the New Rich, EAI Bulletin, June , 2007
9. .How Ready are China’s Banks to Meet Full WTO Obligations ?EAI Background Brief No.310, November, 2006