Yan Li received a Ph.D. in Economics and an MS in Actuarial Science from the University of Iowa. She joined the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire as an Assistant Professor of Economics in Fall 2007. She is now a full professor with tenure. Her current research mainly studies the role of money, credit, and banking in the macroeconomy and the liquidity effects of monetary policy. She is also interested in examining subjective well-being and income inequality in emerging economies. Her recent publications include articles in peer-reviewed journals such as Macroeconomic Dynamics, Transportation Research (Part A): Policy and Practice, Environment, Development and Sustainability, Applied Research in Quality of Life, International Review of Economics and Finance, Journal of Macroeconomics, Review of Social Economy, Journal of Asian Pacific Economy, International Journal of Community Well-Being, Journal of Business Diversity, Journal of Applied Business and Economics, International Business Research and International Journal of Economics and Finance.
- Monetary Economics
- Financial Economics
- Ph.D., University of Iowa (Economics)
- M.S., University of Iowa (Actuarial Science)
- M.A., Beijing Institute of Technology (Management Science)
- B. E., Beijing Institute of Technology (Industrial Foreign Trade)