Lili Chen

Lili Chen

  • Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Business
LC 265 Carnell Learning Center
Education

Ph.D., The University of Kansas (2012)

M.S., The University of Kansas (2010)

M.A., The University of Kansas (2008)

B.S., Nanjing Normal University (2005)

Publications

Chen, L. (2017).  The impact of the Federal Reserve's discount window policy on market returns during both 2000 dot-com bubble and 2008 Great Recession.   The Empirical Economics Letters, 16 (12), 1337-1341.

Chen, L. (2016).  An Overview of the Chinese Banking System: Its History, Challenges and Risks.   Journal of Business and Economics.

Chen, L. & Barnett, William A. (2015).  Empirical Tests of Measuring Monetary Policy And Its Implications On Macroeconomics.   Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, 16 (3), 43-52.

Presentations

Chen, L. & Fan, B. (2017). The Empirical Study of Student Loans between US and China during 2012 - 2016.   47th Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, Washington, D.C., District of Columbia.

Chen, L. (2017, April). The market response to monetary policy during recent U.S. recessions.   Western Decision Sciences Institute, Vancouver, Canada-British Columbia.

Chen, L. & Vinson, S. (2015). An Overview Of The Chinese Banking System - Its History, Challenges And Risks.   Allied Academies International Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Chen, L. (2015). Do repurchase agreement rates contain more information for monetary policy than Treasury bill rates?   Southern Chapter of the Institute of Operations Research and the Management Sciences, SE InFORMS, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Chen, L. & Vinson, S. (2015). An Overview Of The Chinese Banking System - Its History, Challenges And Risks.   Southeast Decision Sciences Annual Conference, Savannah, Georgia.

Chen, L. (2010). Empirical tests of measuring monetary policy and its implications on macroeconomics.   The 10th Annual Missouri Economics Conference, Kansas City, Missouri.

Chen, L. (2010). Do repurchase agreement rates have better forecasting ability for monetary policy than Treasury bill rate?   The Washington University 6th Annual Graduate Student Conference, St Louis, Missouri.