My present teaching emphasis is on macroeconomics and regional economy subjects, which encompass areas such as international trade, managerial macroeconomics, and the Chinese economy. In addition, my professional background allows me to instruct on topics related to money and banking, financial institutions and markets, as well as business economics.
In recent years, I have been making an effort to strengthen the connection between university learning and the real-world issues and problems through service-learning. Meanwhile, I am following the literature on two emerging fields, technology and digital economy, and sustainable development, to ensure my teaching is research-informed.
- International Economics, Managerial Macroeconomics, Money and Banking, Monetary and Financial Systems
- China's Economic Development and Reform, China, HK and the World Economy, Hong Kong Economy
- Business Economics, Managerial Economics and Business Strategy
- Corporate Finance, Credit and Financial Analysis, Economic and Financial Risk Management for Financial Institutions
Service and Learning Courses
- In the two service-learning courses, ECON3075 Service-learning in Sustainable Development and GCAP3076 Service-learning in Fighting Poverty, our students are encouraged to apply their knowledge and skills to actively engage with the community and propose innovative solutions to social issues. Please visit the service-learning website at the Centre for Sustainable Development Studies to know more.
- Sharing in Good Teaching Practice in General Education invited by General Education Office
Thoughts on Teaching Emerging Trends