Business Administration

Zhiqiong QING
Associate Professor
Business Administration
Email:qq.qzq@163.com
Tel: 23501221
中文
  • Biography

  • Research & Achievement

  • Projects

  • Teaching

Research Areas

Institution,Cognition, Organizational Behavior

Decision-making



Education

2000.9-2003.7,PhD in Economics (Major: Political Economics)

The School of Economics,Nankai University

1995.9-1998.7,Master of Business Economics (Major: Economics)

TheSchool of Economics, Shaanxi Institute of Finance and Economics

1983.9-1987.6,Bachelor of Philosophy

Thedepartment of Philosophy, Lanzhou University

 

Further Education and Training Experience

2015.1,participate in “Peace Plan: The first Term of Dancing Treatment” Courses heldby Key to Success Education Group, Beijing.

2014.10,participate in Researcher Connect Workshop held by British Council and TeacherDevelopment Center of Nankai University, Tianjin.

2013.7,attend to the 1st Multimodal Neuroimaging and Brain Connections GroupConferences held by National Key laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience andLearning, Beijing Normal University, Beijing.

2013.4,participate in Qualification Certificate Courses for Psychometrician held byInstitute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.

2013.12-2014.1,participate in the American Professional Hypnotherapist Advanced TrainingCourses held by Key to Success Education Group, Beijing.

2012.12,participate in the Solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) Primary Courses heldby Key to Success Education Group, Beijing.


Professional Experience


2003.7-Present,Associate Professor, School of Business, Nankai University

1994.9-2003.12,Assistant Professor of Economics, School of Economics and Finance, XianCommunication University

1987.6-1994.9,Teacher of Philosophy, Shaanxi Institute of Economics and Finance

 




Awards

[1]     2013, ThirdAward for the 13th Social Science Achievement, Tianjin, paper titled “Pricingand Delivery Lead Time Joint Decisions in Decentralized Supply Chain withRetailers’ Competition”

[2]     2010.12,third Award for the 12th Social Science Achievement, Tianjin, paper titled “AnEvolutionary Perspective of Emotions Intervening in the EconomicDecision-making——From Classical Economics to Neuro-economics”

[3]     2004.12,Third Award, the Ninth Social Science Achievement, Tianjin, monograph titled“The Criticism of ten famous economists in China”



Social Service

[1]     Qing Z.Q. Shandong YangguXiangguang Copper Annual Production Capacity of 200,000 Tonnes of CopperCathodes Project Business Plan, Chapter 1 to 3, 2005. (Invited by TianjinInvestment Consulting Company)

 

ProfessionalActivities

[1]     2014.11,Attended to the 4th International Conference on Neuro-economics and Neuro-managementheld by Neuro-management laboratory, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou.

[2]     2014.8,Attended to the 8th Psychologists Conference of China held by Key to SuccessEducation Group, Beijing

[3]     2013.7,Attended to the 7th Psychologists Conference of China held by Key to SuccessEducation Group, Beijing

[4]     2013.7,Attended to the 1st Multimodal Neuroimaging and Brain Connections GroupConferences held by National Key laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience andLearning, Beijing Normal University, Beijing


Peer-ReviewedJournal Papers

2012

[1]     Qing Z. From CognitiveScience to Economics: Internal Mechanism Study on Emotional Involvement inEconomic Decision-making. Journal of Finance and Economics. 2012,Vol. 38, No. 1: 72-83. (Published in Chinese)

 

2011

[1]     Qing Z. EndowmentEffect, Fiscal Illusion and Public Policy: A Behavioral Economics Analysis onthe Contentious Events in Demolition of Houses. Nankai Journal (Philosophy andSocial Science). 2011, No. 6: 127-136. (Published in Chinese)

 

2010

[1]     Qing Z. Empirical Studyon How Sympathy Stepping in Decision-making: An Experiment of the collectingWastrels of the cunning old Man. Nankai Business Review. 2010, Vol.13, No. 4: 92-98. (Published in Chinese)

[2]     ShenC., Qing Z. Pricing and DeliveryLead Time Joint Decisions in Decentralized Supply Chain with Retailers’Competition. Chinese Journal of Management Science. 2010, Vol. 18, No. 3:38-34. (Published in Chinese)

 

Non-Peer-ReviewedJournal Papers:

[1]     FengX., Guan W., Huang L., Wang R., Ma R., QingZ. Empirical Research on the Chinese College Students' Well-being IndexBased on a case study of Tianjin University and Nankai University. 2014.5.(Published in Chinese)

 

ConferencePresentations

[1]     Qing Z. Economics ofEmotions: A Bounded Rational Solution. ChinaPractice Management Forum, Tianjin, China, 2013.11.30-12.1.

[2]     Qing Z. The EmotionalEvents in Demolition: Endowment Effect, Fiscal Illusion and Public Politics. The 6th Chinese Academy ofManagement Annual Meeting, Chengdu, China, 2011.9.22-25.

 

Books and Chapters

[1]     Qing Z.Q. The Research ofQuality Education and Cultivation of Creative Talents Based on Brain Science, Quality Education and Chinese Dream--QualityEducation of College Summit Proceedings Memoir in 2013. Beijin: BeijingInstitute of Technology Press, 2015. (Participate in Writing)

[2]     Qing Z.Q. Microeconomics. Beijin:China Machine Press, 2010. (the first chapter, Participate in Writing)

Projects


[1]     2014.6-Present,National Social Science Foundation of China funded project, Emotional Effectand Cognitive Mechanism of Systems Change in Change in China: from aPerspective of Cognitive Neuroscience (PI)

[2]     2014.2-2015.2,Key Project of Tianjin Social Science Plan” Emotional Decisions: A BoundedRational Solution (PI)

[3]     2010.9-2014.12,Central College Talents Project, The Research on Effected Factors, TransmissionMechanism and Organizational Performance of Markets and Enterprises’ Emotionunder the Background of Chinese Institutional Transformation (PI)

[4]     2008.9-2011.12,National Social Science Foundation of China funded project, Research onEmotional effect on Mechanisms of economics decision-making on the Backgroundof Chinese Transformation of System (PI)


Teaching


Undergraduate:Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Principles of Management,

  EmotionalManagement and Happiness Economics,

  InnovationResearch and Training

Master:Intermediate Microeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics,

  ManagerialEconomics

  EmotionalManagement, Managerial Economics (For MBA)