Department of Accountancy, Finance and Economics
Lincoln International Business School
About Mi Lin
Mi Lin is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at Lincoln International Business School.
2014 - 2015 Year 1 tutor for BA Accountancy and Finance and BA Business and Finance.
Fundamentals of Econometrics
Advanced Econometrics I: Cross Section and Panel Data
Quantitative Methods for Economics and Finance
Analysis of Business Data
International Macroeconomics and Finance
International Financial Environment
Transnational Corporations and Emerging Markets
International Economics, Econometrics, Chinese Economy
PhD in Economics and Finance
— City University of Hong Kong, 2010
MSc. in Project Analysis, Finance and Investment
— The University of York, UK, 2007
MSc. in Economics
— Xiamen University, China, 2006
Regional Studies; The World Economy; Pacific Economy Review; China Economic Review; Emerging Markets Finance and Trade; Journal of International Trade and Economic Development; Futures; The Economics of Transition; International Review of Economics and Finance; Applied Economics; Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society; North American Journal of Economics and Finance; Economic Modelling; Journal of Multinational Financial Management.
1. Workshop on “Economic Growth and Socioeconomic Issues in China and India”, Lincoln, UK, 23 July 2015 (Co-organizer).
2. Asian International Economists Network (AIEN) on “Trade Competitiveness in a World of Rapid Change”, 22 March 2013, ADB HQ in Manila. (Paper Reviewer).
3. Tsinghua-HKU Workshop in International Economics, 01 December 2011, Beijing (Paper Reviewer).
Asian Development Bank Policy Blog and Paper:
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Research Groups Memberships
DSGE Models for the Chinese Economy - Micro Foundation and Economic Fluctuations (co-investigator).
— awarded £18000 by Young Scientists Fund of National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC). in 2016
Economic Growth and Socioeconomic Issues in China and India (co-investigator).
— awarded £1400 by Lincoln Business School Conference Grant funded by University of Lincoln in 2015
To What Extent Does Foreign Direct Investment Reduce Misallocation of Resources? Evidence from China and India (chief investigator).
— awarded £2000 by College of Social Science Research Fund awarded by University of Lincoln in 2014
The Role of Modern Marine Manufacturing and Services Industries in the Regional Economy Co-operation of Extensive Pearl River Delta (co-investigator). Project No.: HNSK(2) 13-12.
— awarded £2000 by Hainan Social Science Association Research Grant funded by Natural Science Foundation of Hainan Prov in 2013
- Lin, Mi and Kwan, Yum K. (2017) FDI spatial spillovers in China. The World Economy, 40 (8). pp. 1514-1530. ISSN 0378-5920
- Dang, Ha V. and Lin, Mi (2016) Herd mentality in the stock market: on the role of idiosyncratic participants with heterogeneous information. International Review of Financial Analysis, 48 . pp. 247-260. ISSN 1057-5219
- Lin, Mi and Kwan, Yum K. (2016) FDI technology spillovers, geography, and spatial diffusion. International Review of Economics and Finance, 43 . pp. 257-274. ISSN 1059-0560
- Wu, Alfred M. and Lin, Mi (2012) Determinants of government size: evidence from China. Public Choice, 151 (1-2). pp. 255-270. ISSN 0048-5829
- Lin, Mi and Kwan, Yum K. (2011) Sectoral location of FDI in China. The World Economy, 34 (7). pp. 1181-1198. ISSN 0378-5920
- Lin, Mi and Kwan, Yum K. (2015) FDI technology spillovers, geography, and Spatial diffusion. In: CHCHE International Conference on Economic Linkage, May 30 2015, Chu Hai College of Higher Education, Hong Kong.
- Saha, S. and Cooray, A. and Lin, M. (2015) Corruption and human capital: a cross-national analysis. In: American Economic Association Conference, 3-5 January 2015., Boston, USA.
- Lin, Mi and Kwan, Yum K. (2013) FDI technology spillovers and spatial diffusion in the People’s Republic of China. In: Asian International Economists Network (AIEN) on “Trade Competitiveness in a World of Rapid Change: What are the Challenges and Opportunities for Asian Economies?”, 22 March 2013, ADB HQ in Manila.
Chinese Economic Association UK (CEA-UK-EU)
American Economic Association
The Higher Education Academy, UK
— Associate Fellow