Undergraduate Courses 2017/18

 

Fall

 PG courses

CodeTitleInstructor(s)
ECON 2103 Principles of Microeconomics L1 : Wenwen Zhang
ECON 2113 Microeconomics L1, L2: Fei Ding
L3, L4: Wooyoung Lim
ECON 2123 Macroeconomics L1, L2: Wenwen Zhang  
L3: Kam Wing Siu
L4: Fei Ding
ECON 2174 Mathematics for Economist L1:Lingzhi Zhou
ECON 2310 Introductory Environmental and Health Economics Guojun He
ECON 3014 Managerial Microeconomics Kam Wing Siu
ECON 3024 Managerial Macroeconomics Yang Lu
ECON 3133 Microeconomic Theory II Sunny Huang
ECON 3143 Macroeconomic Theory II Jenny Xu
ECON 3334 Introductory Econometrics L1, L2: Xun Lu
ECON 4124 Applied Game Theory Wooyoung Lim
ECON 4234 # Labour Economics and Human Resources Sujata Visaria
ECON 4284 Econometrics for Cross Section and Panel Data Xun Lu
ECON 4334 Money and Banking David Cook
ECON 4364* International Trade and Investment Yao Abmer Li
ECON 4374 International Macroeconomics and Finance Edwin Lai
ECON 4434 # Economic Development and Growth Sujata Visaria

*  course with research paper requirement.
# students need to do some extra work to use the course project to satisfy requirement of ECON 4670.

 

Spring

(syllabi are from 2016/17, to be updated)
CodeTitleInstructor(s)
ECON 2103 Principles of Microeconomics L1: Wenwen Zhang
L2: Kam Wing Siu
ECON 2123 Macroeconomics L1, L2: Yao Amber Li
L3, L4 : Fei Ding
L5 : Wenwen Zhang
L6 : Jenny Xu 
ECON 3014 Managerial Microeconomics Kam Wing Siu
ECON 3024 Managerial Macroeconomics Yang Lu
ECON 3113 Microeconomic Theory I Siu Fai Leung
ECON 3123 Macroeconomic Theory I Yang Lu
ECON 3334 Introductory Econometrics L1, L2: Peng Wang 
ECON 4114 Industrial Organization and Competitive Strategy Kohei Kawaguchi
ECON 4274* Programming Econometrics with R Sunny Huang
ECON 4304* Time Series Econometrics and Business Forecasting Peng Wang
ECON 4334 Money and Banking Tao Zhu
ECON 4384 Globalization Edwin Lai
ECON 4474 * Hong Kong's Economy Francis Lui, Yiu Kwan Fan
ECON 4999L Foundation Workshop in Economics   (1 credit)  

*  research paper requirement to satisfy requirement of ECON 4670 is optional
students need to do some extra work to use the course project to satisfy requirement of ECON 4670.