Tong Tong


Tong TongTong Tong holds a PhD degree from Griffith University, Australia. Dr Tong currently works as a lecturer of Finance at Griffith University. Her research interests include foreign direct investment, macroeconomics, stock return predictability, asset pricing, and corporate governance. Her teaching expertise includes financial markets and corporate finance. Dr Tong has published and presented a number of papers in international journals and conferences. She received her Bachelor of Commerce degree with First Class Honours from Griffith University.

Papers Published in World Economics:

China’s Economic Growth and Foreign Direct Investment Flows

Economic reforms implemented since 1978 have contributed to economic growth and prosperity in China. China has emerged as the largest host country for foreign direct investment, in that it receives enormous inflows and has concurrently become one of the largest suppliers of outward foreign direct investment projects. The institutional background of China’s investment and economic policies provides an understanding of the influence of foreign direct investment on economic development. Well-designed policies can attract more FDI inflows and contribute to greater outbound investment.

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