Official Title: Assistant Professor | Coordinator for the Bachelor of Government Studies programme

Faculty: School of Business and Law

Email: florence.lei@usj.edu.mo


Short Bio

Dr. LEI, WENG CHI (Florence) 李頴芝博士 has been a member of USJ faculty since 2013. Florence teaches a variety of topics of Economics as well as Statistics and Mathematics. Currently, Florence also serves as the Coordinator of the Government Studies Programme.

Academic Qualifications:
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Washington, Seattle
M.A. in Economics, University of Washington, Seattle
B.S. in Economics, University of Washington, Seattle

Research Interests:
International Economics (Finance, Trade, Factor Movements, Policy) and Industrial Organization (Oligopoly, Social Entrepreneurship)
JEL: F02, F10, F12, F13, F15, F20, F23, F29, F30, F31, F36, F37, F38, F39, F42, L10, L12, L13, L19, L22, L23, L31, L33, L62, L93

Fellowships/Awards/Honors:
• James K. Hall Fellowship, University of Washington, Seattle, 2007
• Departmental Honors, University of Washington, Seattle, 2006
• Outstanding Paper Award, University of Washington, Seattle, 2006

Professional Affiliations:
Omicron Delta Epsilon International Honor Society of Economics

 

Publications

“Product Line Rivalry with Strategic Capacity Constraint,” ProQuest Dissertation Publishing, May 2018.

“Foreign Trade, Endogenous Fragmentation and Optimal Offshoring,” ProQuest Dissertation Publishing, May 2018.

“Strategic Export of Gambling and Convention Services: The Cases of Macao, Singapore and Osaka,” ProQuest Dissertation Publishing, May 2018.

“Optimal Outsourcing and Endogenous Fragmentation,” The 9th Annual Conference of the Asia-Pacific Economic Association, Osaka University, Jul. 2013.

“China and Taiwan: Real and Financial Integration Pre- and Post- China’s Exchange Rate Reform,” Honor Thesis, Outstanding Paper Award, University of Washington, Jun. 2006.

Working Papers

“Evaluating the Double Bottom Line of Social Enterprises and Corporate Social Responsibility Programs in Macao,” University of Saint Joseph

Research Supervision

Hoi, K. I. “How the Macau Anti-Money Laundering Law and Regulation Compare to the International Standard,” MBA Dissertation

Couto, M. A. “Customer Due Diligence Approaches in Anti-Money Laundering Compliance of Banks in Macau,” MBA Dissertation

 

  

My Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/florence.lei.353 

 


Modules

Year 1 Master
Year 1 Bachelor
LIS204
3.00 credits
LIS205
3.00 credits
LSW215
3.00 credits
Year 2 Bachelor
LBA208
3.00 credits
Year 3 Bachelor
Year 4 Bachelor
Year 1
PGS020
3.00 credits
PGS003
3.00 credits