Yutao HAN is an Associate Professor at the University of International Business and Economics since 2014. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics (2014) from the University of Luxembourg.
Yutao HAN has quite a broad research agenda, bringing public and international economics, with theoretical and empirical methods. Her papers cover the areas of fiscal competition, fiscal federalism, migration, IPR protection, and dynamic optimal problems. Her research generates insights that contribute to economic theory and provides policy recommendations in the area of public policy. Her research has been published in international journals, such as the Journal of Public Economics, Review of International Economics, International Tax and Public Finance, Economic Inquiry, etc.
This course will cover selected topic from functions, limits and the derivative, differentiation, applications of the derivative, exponential and logarithmic functions, integration, and calculus of several variables used in business, economics, and social science applications.
On successful completion of this course (i.e. by passing this course), a student will be able to