Dr Ling Yang

Dr Ling YangDr Ling Yang was a Visiting Fellow at the LSE Asia Research Centre.

Ling is a Professor in the Faculty of Management and Economics, Kunming University of Science and Technology (KUST), Yunnan Province, China. Previously, she was a visiting scholar at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada during 2004-2005.



Research Interests

  • Regional economy cooperation
  • China’s rural economy development

Selected Publications

  • Yang, L. (2013). Development Model of Agricultural Cooperatives in Underdeveloped Regions in China. Yunnan RenMin Press
  • Yang, L. (2013). On Enhancing the International Competitiveness of China's Tax System: From a perspective of foreign trade. China Business and Trade, 3
  • Yang, L. (2013). On Promoting the Agriculture Development of Yunnan Plateau Characteristics with the Agricultural Informatisation. The Fourteenth National Conference on Computer and Information Technology, 7
  • Yang, L. (2012). Research on the Property Right Institution of Farmer Specialised Cooperatives in China's Underdeveloped Areas: Based on the survey of the characteristics of organisations in Yunnan Province. Yunnan Provincial Forum, 12
  • Yang, L. (2012). On a Reasonable Guide for Rural Folk Financial Capital. Special Zone Economy, 9
  • Yang, L. (2012). An Empirical Analysis of the Relationship Between Trade of Agricultural Products in Yunnan Province and Farmers’ Income. Yunnan Provincial Forum, 12
  • Yang, L. (2010). Research on the Peasant Household Unbalanced Finance Supply and Demand in Less Developed Region - From Yunnan Province Guangnan County's Investigation. Future and Development, 10
  • Yang, L. (2009). An Analysis on the Micro Environment of the SMEs Participating in the GMS Economic Cooperation Development: A Case Study for Taiwan’s Slopwork Industry Investment in Cambodia, Southeast Asia, 10
  • Yang, L. (2003). The Introduction to Regional Economics. Economic Science Press