Professor, Alberta School of Business - Marketing, Business Economics and Law
4-30M Business Building
11203 Saskatchewan Drive NW
Runjuan Liu is Professor of Business Economics in the Alberta School of Business at the University of Alberta, Canada. Professor Liu studies the interaction between international trade, economic development, and labor market outcomes, with a focus on understanding the critical impacts of globalization on firms and workers. Her research has been funded by Canadian Social Science and Humanities Research Council, Chinese Ministry of Education Project of Social Science, and Worldwide Universities Network. Her research has been published in top-tier journals such as Journal of International Economics, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Economic Geography, and Canadian Journal of Economics, among others. Professor Liu received her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Toronto, her M.A. in Economics from Peking University, and her B.A. from Nankai University.
- International Economics
- Economic Development
- Labor Economics
- International Business
- International Business
- Business Economics
Provides students with an introduction to the tools they will require to succeed in the increasingly international business world. Serves as a basis for other more advanced courses in International Business. Topics covered could include Country Differences, International Trade, Foreign Direct Investment, Regional Economic Integration, The Foreign Exchange Market and International Business Strategy and Operations. Prerequisites: ECON 101 and ECON 102. Students may receive credit for only one of BUEC 342 or ADMI 342.
Fall Term 2020
Fall Term 2021
Browse more courses taught by Runjuan Liu
A Sorted Tale of Globalization: White Collar Jobs and the Rise of Service Offshoring
Author(s): Runjuan Liu and Daniel Trefler
Publication: Journal of International Economics, 118: 105-122
Going Home and Helping out? Returnee Entrepreneurs as Propagators of CSR in An Emerging Market
Author(s): Han, Qin, Jennifer Jennings, Runjuan Liu, and Dev Jennings
Publication: Journal of International Business Studies, https://doi.org/10.1057/s41267-018-00210-8
Beggar Thy Neighbor or Beggar Thy Domestic Firms? Evidence from 2000-2011 Chinese Customs Data
Author(s): Rasmus Fatum, Runjuan Liu, Jiadong Tong, and Jiayun Xu
Publication: Journal of International Economics, 115: 16-29
The Complexity of Outsourced Services and the Role of International Business Travel
Author(s): Runjuan Liu, Barry Scholnick, and Adam Finn
Publication: Journal of Economic Geography, 17(3): 661-684
Market Structure, Incomplete Tariff Pass-through, and Household Welfare in Urban China
Author(s): Han, Jun, Runjuan Liu, Beyza Ural Marchand, and Junsen Zhang
Publication: Journal of International Economics, 100: 220-232.
Import Competition, Multi-Product Firm, and Basic Innovation
Author(s): Liu, Runjuan and Carlos Rosell
Publication: Journal of International Economics, 91(2): 220-234.
Building a Long Term Energy Relationship between Alberta and China
Author(s): Houlden, Gordon, Ron Maclntosh, Jia Wang, Runjuan Liu, and Yu Bao
Publication: China Institute Policy Paper, University of Alberta
Globalization and Wage Inequality: Evidence from Urban China
Author(s): Han, Jun, Runjuan Liu, and Junsen Zhang
Publication: Journal of International Economics, 87(2): 288-297.
Why Are Different Services Outsourced to Different Countries?
Author(s): Liu, Runjuan, Dorothee Feils, and Barry Scholnick
Publication: Journal of International Business Studies, 42(4): 558-571.
Import Competition and Firm Refocusing
Author(s): Liu, Runjuan
Publication: Canadian Journal of Economics, 43(2): 440-466.