Yi Duan

Biography

Yi Duan came to the Lewis College of Business from Valparaiso University, Indiana, where she worked as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics. Yi received her Ph.D. degree in Economics from the University of Oklahoma in 2017. Her primary research fields are economic development and applied macroeconomics. She has published articles in World Development and Sustainability.

PhD, Economics, University of Oklahoma, 2017
MA, Economics, Liaoning University, 2012
BA, Economics, Harbin Institute of Technology, 2009
Winner, Lewis College of Business Research Day Presentation, April 2019
Runner-up, Lewis College of Business Research Day Presentation, November 2018
ECN 253: Principles Macroeconomics
ECN 310: Money and Banking
ECN 326: Int. Macroeconomics Analysis
ECN 460: Economic of Dev. Countries
Duan, Y., & Demir, F. (2018). Bilateral FDI flows, productivity growth, and convergence: The north vs. the south. World Development, 101, 235-249.
Liaison, Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession (CSWEP), February 2019 to Present