Education Ph.D., The Ohio State University 1996.
Academic concentration: Economics of Consumer Behavior, Statistics
Dissertation: Planning for Retirement, 1966-1990: Modeling Consumer’s
M.S., Cornell University 1991
Academic concentration: Economics of the Consumer
Thesis: Economic Evaluation of Consumer Shopping Strategies
Diploma, Beijing University of International Trade and Relations
Course work concentration: International Business
B.A., Guangzhou Institute of Foreign Languages 1984
Major: English Literature
Thesis: Oliver Twist: The Masterpiece of Charles Dickens
Li, J. P., Montalto, C. P., & Geistfeld, L. V. (1996). Determinants
of Financial Adequacy for Retirement. Journal of Financial Counseling
and Planning, 7, 39-48.
Li, J. P. & Gerner, J. (1994). Consumer Grocery Shopping Strategies:
Evaluation and Implication. in Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference
of American Council on Consumer Interests, Missouri, Columbia: American
Council on Consumer Interests, 293-299.
Li, J. P. & Rudd, N. M. (1993). The Effect of Labor Force Withdrawal
for Childbearing on Women’s Wage Rate. in Change and Exchange, the Proceeding,
Southeastern Regional Association of Family Economics/Home Management,
Li, J. P., Bae M. & Hanna, S. (1992). Household Spending Patterns and
Computer Simulation. in Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of
American Council on Consumer Interests, Missouri, Columbia: American
Council on Consumer Interests.
Li, J. P. and Bae M. (1992). Family Spending Programs. in Managing For
A Better Future, the Proceeding, Southeastern Regional Association
of Family Economics/Home Management, 128-139.
Statistical Packages: SAS, SPSS, Minitab on PC, and mainframe
Spreadsheet and Word Processing: Excel, Microsoft Word, Quatro-pro, Fox
Pro, Lotus 1-2-3, Word Perfect Presentation, Word Perfect
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