PhD Northern Illinois University, Economics, 1993
MA Western Illinois University, Economics, 1987
BA Shanghai University, Economics, 1982
Qi Hong Dong is an Associate Professor of Economics at DePaul University and has been at DePaul since 2001. Qi Hong has served as the Chair of multiple tracks of programs at various academic conferences.
Qi Hong's research interests are in the economics of China and wage inequalities. Her work has been published in the Journal of Economic Asymmetries and the International Economic Journal.
Qi Hong has been an economic consultant for studies on the impacts of U.S. financial crisis as well as how to do business in China. She is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, including the Washington Chinese Center of Study Teaching Fellowship.
Qi Hong received her bachelor's degree in English/Economics from Shanghai University in China in 1982. She earned her master's in Economics in 1987 from Western Illinois University and her PhD in Economics from Northern Illinois University in 1993. She teaches courses on Understanding China's Economy, International Business and Trade, and Global Economics.