Huang, Hui Ph.D.
|Assistant Professor of Economics|
College of Business
900 Fort Street, Suite 600
Honolulu, HI 96813
Office Phone: (808) 544-0853
|Department of Financial, Economics, and Information Systems
Message: (808) 544-9373
Fax: (808) 566-2403
Hui Huang is Assistant Professor of Economics in the College of Business Administration at Hawaii Pacific University. In the Spring and Summer of 2011, Hui was an adjunct faculty in Economics at HPU. She received her PhD in Economics from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2009. She had MA in Economics from Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences and did her undergraduate work on English Literature and Linguistics at Nankai University , China. Her research interests are in environmental and resource economics, marine ecology and applied microeconomics.
"Testing for Market Linkages between Hawaii and Japan’s Tuna Markets”, Fisheries Research, 109, issues 2-3, 2011
“Modeling Protected Species as an Undesirable Output: The Case of Sea Turtle Interactions in Hawaii’s Longline Fishery”, Journal of Environmental Management, 84, 2007.
“Talent Inflow Strategy in Singapore: What Shanghai Can Learn”, Public Administration and Human Resources, 4, 2001, Shanghai, China