Ling (Lynn) WANG

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Ling (Lynn) WANG (Professor of Economics)

Education
  • Bachelor of Engineering
  • Master of Economics
  • Ph.D. in Economics
(Also received doctoral training in Coexistence of Civilizations [Kyōsei Bunmei Gaku])
Teaching Areas
  • Economics of Money, Banking and Finance (in Japanese & English)
  • Japan Studies (in English)
Research Fields
  • Theoretical and Empirical Research on Money, Banking and Finance
  • Interdisciplinary Research on Interactions between Economy, Society and Culture
  • Content and Language Integrated Learning in Financial Education at University Level

Lecture for “OMOTENASHI Project 2014”

∙ Name of Lecture
The Interaction between Economy, Society and Culture in Contemporary Japan

∙ Instructor Introduction
Dr. Ling Wang is an associate professor of Economics at Hannan University. She received her Ph.D. in Economics from Kyoto University in 2006.
Her first book MODERN JAPAN AS REVEALED IN BUZZWORDS (Japanese and Chinese Bilingual Book, University of Science and Technology of China Press, 2012) was a summarization of her research exploring the intricate relationship between economy and society in contemporary Japan.
Her current projects are (1) comparing the unconventional monetary policy between the U.S. and Japan from the viewpoint of financial structure (2) examining how Chinese and Japanese culture interacted with each other from ancient to modern times, with the purpose of looking at socio-economic issues from an East Asian perspective.

Research Grants and Fellowships (selected)

2015-2016 Daiginkyo Forum Grant, Osaka Bankers Association.
2012-2015 Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
2011-2012 Daiginkyo Forum Grant, Osaka Bankers Association.
2006-2008 Post-doctoral Fellowship, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.

New Book

Modern Financial Theory and Operation
(co-authored with Akira Furukawa)
Zhengzhou University Press, 2019.
ISBN: 9787564561017

Modern Japan as Revealed in Buzzwords: Volume 2 (2011-2015)【Japanese-Chinese Bilingual Book】
Nanjing University Press, 2016.
ISBN:9787305176289

This book is the 2nd volume of Modern Japan as Revealed in Buzzwords. Through a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of the economic phenomena revealed by newly coined buzzwords over the past five years (2011-2015), it attempts to grasp the recent economic changes in contemporary Japan and to further explore the mechanism of interaction among economy, society and culture.
---Excerpt from "Buzzwords: A New Lens through Which to View Economic Dynamism in Contemporary Japan (Introduction to the 2nd Volume)"

Cultural Interaction and Contrast between China and Japan
(co-authored with Shukun Wang)
Nanjing University Press, 2014.
ISBN: 9787305138003

This book describes the interaction processes of Chinese culture and Japanese culture in a long history from ancient times to the present, as well as differences in both cultures. It is divided into two parts. The first deals with the cultural interaction and contrasts reflected by language development, and the second is concerned with cultural norms and folk culture. Using the approaches that focus on cultural phenomena and social facts, the book assesses the cultural ties between China and Japan, and also examines how cultural factors affect economic ideas and behavior.

Modern Japan as Revealed in Buzzwords
(Japanese and Chinese Bilingual Book)
University of Science and Technology of China Press, 2012.
ISBN: 9787312029400

From a unique viewpoint of buzzwords, this book analyzes structural changes in contemporary Japanese economy and society, and explores the interaction between economy, society and culture. It also helps readers understand Japanese economy and society in the contemporary context.

Journal Articles (from 2006 onward, selected)

Ling Wang (2019). "Unconventional monetary policy and stock repurchases: Firm-level evidence from a comparison between the United States and Japan. Research in International Business and Finance, forthcoming.

Ling Wang (2019). “Measuring the effects of unconventional monetary policy on MBS spreads: A comparative study.” North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 49, pp.235-251.

Ling Wang (2018). “Japan’s financial system reform from the perspective of corporate governance: 20 Years after Japan’s Big Bang (2).” Journal of Hannan University (Social Science), 54 (1), pp.37-49.

Ling Wang (2018). “Monetary-fiscal policy interactions under asset purchase programs: Some comparative evidence.” Economic Modelling, 73, pp.208-221.

Ling Wang (2017). “Japan’s financial system reform from the perspective of asset building: 20 Years after Japan’s Big Bang (1).” Journal of Hannan University (Social Science), 53 (1), pp.71-90.

Ling Wang (2017). “Two-tiered structure of female labor force participation in contemporary Japan: An analysis from the perspective of the interaction between employment practices, family norms and socio-economic policies.” Journal of Hannan University (Social Science), 52 (2), pp.37-62.

Ling Wang (2017). “Unconventional monetary policy and bank profitability: An analysis from the perspective of the development of market-oriented indirect finance in Japan.” Daiginkyo Forum Grant Papers, 21.

Ling Wang (2016). “Unconventional monetary policy and aggregate bank lending: Does financial structure matter?” Journal of Policy Modeling, 38 (6), pp.1060-1077.

Martin Parsons, Ling Wang, and Mark D. Sheehan (2016). “Developing problem-solving skills and promoting active learning through the medium of English at a student conference for global business and partnership.” Journal of Hannan University (Humanities/Natural Sciences), 52 (1), pp.1-14.

Mark D. Sheehan and Ling Wang (2016). “Citizenship through Active Learning: Participation at an English Model United Nations Conference.” Journal of Hannan University (Social Science), 51 (3), pp.223-238.

Ling Wang (2015). “A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Chinese and Japanese Translations of Foreign Words.” Foreign Language Research in Northeast Asia, 3 (4), pp.89-96.

Ling Wang (2014). “Japanese Culture Viewed from the Perspective of the Japanization of Chinese Four-Character Idioms.” Journal of Language and Literature Studies, 2014 (8), pp.70-72.

Ling Wang (2014). “A Classification of Japanese-Made Four-Character Idioms and an Analysis of Their Cultural Elements.” Foreign Language Research in Northeast Asia, 2 (2), pp.27-32.

Ling Wang and Shukun Wang (2014). “An Analysis of Cultural Differences between China and Japan from the Perspective of the Translation of Idioms and Proverbs.” Journal of Changchun University, 24 (3), pp.339-343.

Ling Wang (2013). “The Credit View Revisited: From the Viewpoint of Bank Lending Behavior.” The Review of Economics and Business Management, 40, pp.11-21.

Ling Wang (2013). “Unconventional Monetary Policy and Risk Premiums: A Comparative Study of the U.S. and Japan from the Perspective of Financial Structure.” Daiginkyo Forum Grant Papers, 17.

Ling Wang (2012). “Economic Culture Seen from the Perspective of Japanese Proverbs.” Riben Yanjiu Jilin, 2012 (2), pp. 64-71.

Ling Wang (2011). “Proverbs and Fundamental Features of Japanese Business Culture.” Journal of Foreign Studies, 2011 (4), pp. 80-84.

Ling Wang and Akira Furukawa (2007). “Relationship Lending, Lock-in Effects and Bank Refinancing Behavior.” Konan Economic Papers, 48 (1), pp.33-68.

Ling Wang and Akira Furukawa (2006). “Japanese Banks’ Lending Behavior since the 1980s.” Konan Economic Papers, 47 (3), pp.73-107.

Akira Furukawa and Ling Wang (2006). “Monetary Base, Bank Credit and Money Supply: A Test Using Time Series Analysis in Japan.” Konan Economic Papers, 47 (1), pp.39-61.

Other Honors (selected)

∙ National University Games (China), Women’s Volleyball, Champion.
∙ ISF World Schools Volleyball Championship, Champion.
Last Updated: August, 2019