Professional designation/degrees: Ph.D. (1991, economics), MA (1988), Northwestern University (USA) MA (1986), BA (1983), Fudan University (China)
Faculty/Department: Faculty of Arts/ Department of Economics
Personal Biography: Before joining University of the Fraser Valley in the summer of 2008, Dr. Lu had been a tenured senior faculty member in Sophia University, Japan (2005-08) and National University of Singapore (1992-2005). He had also taught in University of Nebraska at Omaha (1991-92) and Northwestern University (1990) in the early years of his academic career. Dr. Lu has published several books and dozens of papers in peer-review journals and book chapters. Most of his publications involve development issues in Asian economies.
Research Interests: Dr. Lu’s research interests include international trade and investment, comparative economic systems, and regional economic development.
Publications: He has published several books and dozens of papers in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters. Most of his publications involve development issues of Asian economies. Dr. Lu is the author of Entrepreneurship in Suppressed Markets: China’s Private Sector Experience (New York: Garland, 1994), State Intervention and Business in China: the Role of Preferential Policies (UK: Edward Elgar, 1997), and China’s Telecommunications Market: Entering a New Competitive Age (UK: Edward Elgar, 2003). Details of his research and publications are available at his personal website http://ecslud.webs.com/
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