Professor HAN Yi, dean of Asia-Australian Business College, Liaoning University, doctoral supervisor,with additional post of vice president of China World Modern History Research Institute, as well as director-general of Liaoning Society of History. At Liaoning University, Professor Han Yi was awarded bachelor degree and master degree of history in 1982 and 1984 respectively, along with his doctoral degree of economics in 2001. Since 2002, professor Han Yi was appointed as the doctoral supervisor of economic history at Liaoning University. In October, 1995, Professor Han Yi held the position of vice dean of school of economics and director of department of economics, then shifted the post to dean of college of history in October, 2006. From September 2013 to present, Professor Han Yi has been working as dean of Asia-Australian Business College. Professor Han Yi’s major research direction includes world economic history, comparative economic history and institutional economic history, with following major research achievements:
1. Research on Western Institutional Economic History-Theories, Methods and Problems, Press of Renmin University of China, 2007.
2. American Economic History, from 17th to 19th Century, Social Science Academic Press, December Edition, 2011.
3. Foreign Modern Economic History, Textbook of National 11th Five-Year plan, Higher Education Press, June Edition, 2010, Editor-in-chief.
4. Construction of Chinese Characteristic System of World History: Arguing and Thinking, Published in China Social Science, Issue NO.2, 2008.
5. Historic Reflection on American Economic Crisis in 30s, Published in Historiography Quarterly, Issue NO.1, 2009.
6. Monetary Policy of the Federal Reserve and the Great Depression in 30s, Published in World History, Issue NO.6, 2009.
7. A Unique Approach to Women’s History, Published in Historiography Quarterly, Issue NO.1, 2016.
8. Research on Western New Economic History, project supported by National Social Science Foundation, 2000-2006, Project NO.:00BJL034.
9. Cultural Tradition, Restriction mechanism and Fulfillment of Contracts-Taking Shanxi Merchants in Ming and Qing Dynasty for Example, project supported by National Social Science Foundation, 2011-2013, Project NO.:11BJL014.
10. Path Dependence on Cultural Tradition and Institutional Transition-Analysis of Historic Comparative Institution, Project NO.: 002JAZJD790012, major project of Humanities and Social Science Research Base of Ministry of Education,2002-2009.