Xiaojing (Joanne) MA

Associate Professor of Economics
Education

PhD, Economics, University of Pennsylvania, August 2007

MA, Economics, University of Pennsylvania, 2002

BA, Economics, Peking University, China, 2000

Courses Taught

Economic Theory---Micro Theory

Economic Theory---Macro Theory

Introduction to Economics

Options and Futures Markets

Financial Management II

Teaching Focus or Philosophy

My goal of teaching is to make a difference and make an impact in the lives of my students. I want my students to leave my class thinking differently because of what they have learned from my lecture. At the end of a semester, I hope that they could have a new perspective because they have taken Economics.

Publications

“Positive Shocks, Hawk-Dove Games and Business Cycles”, Global Economy and Finance, Vol 3, No.1, pp.111-126, March 2010

“Globalization and the Widening Inequality in Developed Countries”, Competition Forum, Vol. 9, No.2, pp. 473-480, 2011

“Damaged Durable Goods: Mitigating the Time Inconsistency Problem”, Accepted by World Review of Business Research

Awards and Honors

Ray L. Taylor Memorial Award, 2013

SEPCHE/Teagle Grant, 2013

Xiaojing (Joanne) MA
Contact
Office: AQ 20
Phone: 267-341-3274