Business & Economics

Business & Economics

Feng Naixiang 冯乃祥
Feng Naixiang 冯乃祥M.A. Tsinghua University; MBA University of St. Thomas

Professor Feng is currently a research fellow at the Center for International Business Ethics and an associate professor of the School of International Studies at UIBE. He received his M.A. degree from the Foreign Language Department at Tsinghua University, and earned his MBA degree at the University of St. Thomas. He has taught in many universities in the United States, Mexico, Canada, UK, Belgium and the Netherlands. He was a frequent guest speaker at Blue Ocean Network (BON TV). He focuses much of his work and teaching on the intersection between culture and marketing matters.

Interests
  • Traveling
  • International Marketing
  • Playing Badminton
  • Meeting New People
  • International Business
Fernando Diz
Fernando DizPh.D. Cornell University

Dr. Diz is the Martin J. Whitman Professor of Finance and director of the Ballentine Investment Institute at Syracuse University. He also serves as managing director of the Orange Value Fund, LLC. Dr. Diz’s areas of research interest include value, control and distress investing and financial distress, as well as investment banking, credit analysis and hedge funds.

Interests
  • Value
  • Control and distress investing
  • Financial distress
  • Investment banking
  • Credit analysis
  • Hedge funds

Recent Publications

Commodity trading advisors’ leverage and reported margin-to-equity ratios

Journal of Futures Markets, 23(10), 1003-1017 - Fernando Diz
2003

Simple and cross efficiency of CTAs using data envelopment analysis

European Journal of Finance, 11(5), 393-409 (with Gregoriou, G., Rouah, F., Satchell, S.) - Fernando Diz
2005
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Tim Bian 卞洋
Tim Bian 卞洋Ph.D. Georgetown University 

Tim, Bian Yang, is a lecturer at School of Banking and Finance in University of International Business and Economy (UIBE), where he has been teaching courses including Intermediate Macroeconomics, Exchange Rate and Balance of Payment and Financial Programming and Policies. His fields of study are Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Real Estate and Banking. Tim received his doctorate in Economics from Georgetown University in 2013, where he has also taught the course International Finance and Principle of Macroeconomics at the undergraduate level. His research experience include working in the role of Research Assistant for Professor Marius Schwartz and Pedro Gete 2010-2013 and for the Research Department of IMF in summer of 2009. ”

Interests
  • Chinese History
  • Buddhism
  • Bird Watching,
  • Visiting Temples and Museums
Xu Erming 徐二明
Xu Erming 徐二明Ph.D. Renmin University of China

Dr. Xu is the former Dean of the School of Business at Renmin University of China. Dr. Xu has been a visiting professor to many universities around the world, and as a Fulbright scholar twice in USA. A leading authority in business education, he is a member of China’s National MBA Education Advisory Committee of the State Council of China and is a director of the China Enterprise Management Association.

Interests
  • Teaching
  • Research
  • Academics
  • Travel

Recent Publications

The Influence of Legitimacy on the Sustainable Development Strategy and Performance of Telecom Firms

China Industrial Economics, Vol.10 - Xu Erming 徐二明

Value-added and the Model of Capital Operation for Non-financial Asset Management Companies

Commercial Research, Vol.05 - Xu Erming 徐二明
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