Dongmeng Ren obtained Phd in Economics from University of Guelph,
2016. He has published articles in Advances in Econometrics and International Review of Financial Analysis. He has also served as a referee to Journal of Banking and Finance, Review of Economic Analysis, Empirical Economics and Economics Research International.
Center for Economic Research, Shan Dong University, JINAN,China.
Asset Pricing, Financial and Applied Econometrics, Corporate Finance, Macroeconomics.
University of Guelph,Canada
PhD in Economics, 2016
MA in Economics August 2011
Nanyang Technological University,Singapore
MSc in Finance June 2009
Beijing Foreign Studies University,China
MA in Political Economy March 2005
Tianjin Foreign Studies University,China
BA in English September 2001
Academic Presentations and Activities
2015: the 3rd Paris Financial Management Conference, IPAD Business School, Paris
2015: Canadian Economics Association, Toronto
2015: Financial Workshops at Western University
2015: Organizer of 32nd Canadian Econometric Study Group Meeting at University of Guelph
2014: Canadian Economics Association, Vancouver
2013: Econometric Conference of South Methodist University, USA
2013: Seminar participants, Mini Courses in Asset Pricing and Risk Management, Fields Institute, University of Toronto
Business Statistics, Quantitative Methods, BA in Economics, University of Guelph, 2015
Game Theory, BA in Economics, University of Guelph, 2014
Research Assistant, University of Guelph, 2014
Introduction to Econometrics, University of Guelph, 2014
Empirical Finance, MA in Economics, University of Guelph, 2013
Theory of Finance, BA in Economics, University of Guelph, 2013
Intermediate Microeconomics, BA in Economics, University of Guelph, 2012
Introduction to Macroeconomics, BA in Economics, 2011,2012
Introduction to Macroeconomics, RA for Macroeconomics, Ryerson University
Referee for Journal of Banking and Finance Review of Economic Analysis, Economics Research International and Empirical Economics
Programming Skills: C++, Matlab, R, VBA, STATA, Eviews, LATEX.
Languages: English (fluent), French(reading and writing), Chinese (native)