Nan LI

  • Department:Finance
  • Phone:+86 (0)21 52301126
  • Title:Associate Professor
  • Email:nanli@sjtu.edu.cn
  • Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Antai College of Economics and Management, 2014 to now:

    Introduction to FinTech, undergraduate core course for Finance-Computer Science Double Degree Program, in Chinese 

    Bank Management, undergraduate core course, in English

        o Shanghai MOE Exemplary All-in-English Course for Undergraduate Students;

        o Shanghai MOE Exemplary All-in-English Course for Foreign Students;

        o APRU Virtual Student Exchange Program

        o Jiao Tong Global Virtual Classroom Program 

    Introduction to Banking Industry in China, Master of International Business, in English,syllabus2022-2023.pdf

        o APRU Virtual Student Exchange Program

        o Jiao Tong Global Virtual Classroom Program 

        o Global Hybrid Classroom Global MOOC Alliance

    Asset Allocation and Risk Management, MBA Course, in Chinese 

    Advanced Econometrics III----Time Series Analysis, PhD and Master student core course, in English,


        o APRU Virtual Student Exchange Program

        o Jiao Tong Global Virtual Classroom Program 

    Empirical Asset Pricing, PhD and Master student core course, in English, 2016-2017

    Introduction to China Banking Industry, Antai Global Summer Program, in English, 2016-2018,

    Introduction to Finance, undergraduate student course, in Chinese

    Investment and Asset Pricing under Uncertainty, lecture for undergraduate students, in English, 2019/04/09,

    Shared Economy and Optimal City Resources Allocation, 2018年度上海干部在线学习专题“开放型经济和经济中心城市建设”上海开放大学,in Chinese, 2018/08

    Price of Long-Run Risk and Uncertainty, 2018 Summer School, 上海“应用微观计量经济学”研究生暑期学校, 上海对外经贸大学, in English, 2018/08

    National University of Singapore, NUS Business School, Department of Finance, 2004 to 2014:

    Empirical Finance: Time Series Analysis in Macroeconomics and Finance, core course for PhD students in the Department of Finance with average teaching evaluation 4.7/5.0

    Bank Management, undergraduate course with average teaching evaluation 4.0/5.0

    Executive Program on Bank Management in Chinese with average teaching evaluation 4.2/5.0: China Construction Bank, Bank of China, Shanghai Pudong Development Bank, Suzhou Bank and etc.

    University of Chicago, Department of Economics, 2000-2003:

    • Summer 2003: Introduction to Mathematical Methods in Economics, Graduate Math Camp

    • Summer 2003: Econometrics A, Undergraduate Course

    • Fall 2000: Macroeconomics, Elements of Economic Analysis-4, Undergraduate Course

    Wuhan University, Institute of Advanced Economics Studies, 1997-1998:

    • Spring 1998: Macroeconomics, Undergraduate Course

    • Fall 1997: Introduction to Economics, Undergraduate Course

    • Spring 1997: Finance Theory, Undergraduate Course