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      Longyao Zhang

      Date:2015-06-20 Read:

      Personal Details

      Name: LONGYAO ZHANG

      Degree: Ph.D.

      Major: Finance

      Title: Professor, Doctoral supervisor

      Contact details: Phone: +86-189-5177-2188

      Office: +86-25-84396896

      E-mail: zhangly@njau.edu.cn

      Education

      Ph. D. in Agricultural Economics (Rural Finance), Nanjing Agricultural University

      (2007-2010)

      B.A. in Economics, Nanjing Agricultural University, 2002-2006

      Major Research Interests

      Rural Finance, Agricultural Value Chain Finance, Development Economics,

      Microfinance, Banking

      Longyao Zhang is Deputy Dean and Professor of Finance at College of Finance,

      Nanjing Agricultural University. He worked as a postdoctoral researcher at

      Economics & Management School and Economic Development Research Center

      of Wuhan University from 2010-2012. In 2011, he worked as a research assistant

      at the International Poverty Reduction Center in China (IPRCC). Since 2013, he

      also served as assistant director at the Research Center for Rural Finance of

      Jiangsu Province, funded by the Department of Education in Jiangsu Province. He

      worked as a visiting scholar at the Victoria Institute of Strategic Economic

      Studies (VISES) of Victoria University Melbourne from 2016-2017.

      He was awarded the Ph.D. degree from Nanjing Agricultural University in 2010.

      His research interests include rural credit market, agricultural value chain

      finance, microfinance, bank lending behavior, and financial development. He has

      also written empirical papers in rural credit market with a growing focus on

      rural land titling and credit access in China, microfinance development in China

      and China’s bank lending behavior.

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      Selected Research Grants

      1. Chief Investigator, ‘Impact Evaluation of Pilot Rural Land Mortgage Program in

      Rural China’, funded by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC),

      2016-2019.

      2. Chief Investigator, ‘Agricultural Value Chain Finance in China: Mechanisms,

      Effects and Policy Implications, funded by Chinese Universities Scientific Fund,

      2015-2017.

      3. Chief Investigator, ‘Rural Land Property Rights Reform and Rural Credit

      Market’, funded by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC),

      2012-2015.

      4. Chief Investigator, ‘How to Achieving Financial Inclusion in Jiangsu Province’,

      supported by Key Projects Supported by Philosophy and Social Sciences Funds of

      Jiangsu Province, 2013-2015.

      5. Chief Investigator, ‘Market Structure, Lending Technology and Credit

      Availability for Rural SMEs’, supported by Doctoral Foundation of Ministry of

      Education, 2012-2014.

      6. Chief Investigator, ‘Financial Development and Entrepreneurship’, supported

      by Ministry of Education, 2012-2014.

      7. ‘A Study on Financing of Farmers’ Cooperatives in the Poor and Ethnic

      Minority Areas of China –the Case of Yunnan’, supported by Ford Foundation

      (Beijing), 2010-2011.

      8. Chief Investigator, ‘Rural Financial Product and Service Innovation in China’,

      supported by Social Science Major Research Foundation of Ministry of Education,

      2010-2012.

      9. ‘Rural Regional Financial Development --Based on County Economy in Jiangsu

      and Anhui Provinces’, supported by National Natural Science Foundation of

      China, 2010-2012.

      10. ‘The Rural Credit Cooperatives Reform, Changes of Rural Financial Markets

      and Rural Development in China’, supported by Ford Foundation(Beijing),

      2007-2008.

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      Research Report in English

      Enjiang Cheng and Longyao Zhang (2013), ‘Literature Review and Case Studies

      on Innovative Value Chain Financing for Agriculture and Food in China and other

      Developing Countries, IFPRI Working Paper.

      Refereed Journal Articles (in Chinese)

      Longyao Zhang (2018), ‘The Economies of Scale and Productivity under Credit

      Rationing in Chinese Agriculture’, Chinese Rural Economy, No.7, 2018 (with

      Nan Zhou, Yuyun Xu and Bi Wu)

      Longyao Zhang (2018), ‘Financial Inclusion Heterogeneity: Market Failure or

      Institutional Defect’, Economic Review, No.3, 2018 (with Qianqian Ma and

      Rongmao Liu)

      Longyao Zhang (2018), ‘Land Rights Certification, Property Right State and

      Long-term Agricultural Investment: A Re-examination Based on the New

      Round Reform’, China Rural Survey, No.3, 2018 (with Ruiyao Ying,

      Zaizhong He and Nan Zhou)

      Longyao Zhang (2016), ‘Financial Leverage Regulation and Trade-offs

      between Sustainability and Outreach of Micro-credit Companies in China:

      Evidence from Dual-Regulation Quasi-experiment’, Journal of Financial

      Research, No.6, 2016 (with Jun Yang and Enjiang Cheng).

      Longyao Zhang (2015), ‘An Estimate of the Effects of Rural Land Property Rights

      Reform on Farmers’ Incomes’, Issues in Agricultural Economy, No.6, 2015

      (with Junjie Liu).

      Longyao Zhang (2015), ‘Rural Land Property Rights and Mortgage Reform in

      China: Issues, Implications and Challenge’, Issues in Agricultural Economy,

      No.2, 2015, (with Junjie Liu).

      Longyao Zhang (2013), ‘Community Financial Resources, Household Credit

      Constrained and Entrepreneurship—Evidence from CHARLS’, Journal of

      Agrotechnical Economics, No.11, 2013 (with Jun Yang and Yan Jiang).

      Longyao Zhang (2013), ‘Financial Constraints and Household Entrepreneurship:

      The Differences between Urban and Rural area in China’, Journal of

      Financial Research, No.9, 2013, with Haining Zhang.

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      Longyao Zhang (2013), ‘Financial Development, Household Entrepreneurship

      and Urban–Rural Income Gap’, Chinese Rural Economy, No.7, 2013 (with

      Jun Yang and Haining Zhang).

      Longyao Zhang (2013), ‘Social Capital and Microcredit Risk: Evidence from

      Group Lending in China’, Economics Perspectives, No.2, 2013 (with Chang

      Chen and Junjie Liu).

      Longyao Zhang (2011), ‘Understanding Non-price Credit Rationing in Rural

      China’, Journal of Financial Research, No.10, 2011 (with Chun Jiang).

      Longyao Zhang (2011), ‘Rural Land Mortgage and Credit Access’, Economics

      Perspectives, No.11, 2011 (with Jun Yang).

      Longyao Zhang (2011), ‘Credit Demand, Transaction Cost and Rural Interest Rate

      Liberalization: A Microeconometric Analysis of Household Surveys’,

      Finance and Trade Economics, No.11, 2011 (with Jun Yang).

      Longyao Zhang (2010), ‘The Effect of Rural Financial Market Structure on

      Performance of RCCs (Rural Credit Cooperatives): Evidence from

      County-level Panel Data’, Issues in Agricultural Economy, No.2, 2010 (with

      Huichun Huang, Baojin Chu).

      Longyao Zhang (2009), ‘Household Welfare under Credit Rationing: Theory and

      Evidence from Rural China’, Chinese Rural Economy, No.6, 2009 (with

      Baojin Chu and Yajuan Lu).

      Longyao Zhang (2009), ‘Bank Scale and Bank-firm Relationship: Based on SMEs

      in South Jiangsu’, Economic Theory and Business Management, No.8, 2009

      (with Ting Wu).

      Longyao Zhang (2008), ‘Empirical Analysis on the Mechanism and Effect of

      Anti-Poverty Micro-loans of RCCs—Case Study from Jiangsu Province’,

      Chinese Rural Economy, No.5, 2008 (Baojin Chu and Bing Hao).

      Working Papers (in English)

      Longyao Zhang, Enjiang Cheng and Sara Su, (2018), ‘Responding to Financial

      Crisis: Bank Credit Expansion with Chinese Characteristics’, Nanjing

      Agricultural University and State University of New York at New Paltz.

      Longyao Zhang, Wenli Cheng, Enjiang Cheng and Bi Wu, (2018), ‘Does Rural Land

      Titling Improve Rural Credit Access? Evidence from China’, Nanjing

      Agricultural University and Monash University.

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      Longyao Zhang (2017), ‘Heterogeneity in Household Access to Finance: Market

      Failure or Institution Exclusion?’, Nanjing Agricultural University.

      Books (in Chinese)

      Zhang L. (2013), Financial Development and Entrepreneurship: The Difference

      between Urban and Rural Areas in China, Economy & Management Press

      Zhang L. (2012), Rural Financial Market Failures and Financial Innovation in

      China, Science Press (with Baojin Chu).

      Book Chapters (in Chinese)

      Zhang L. (2014), ‘Research on Problems of Financing of Farmers' Cooperative in

      Areas of Poor and Minority in China’, with Enjiang Cheng, in “Essays on

      Agricultural Cooperatives and Financing”, edited by Enjiang Cheng, Xichuan

      Liu and Jianlun Zhang, Zhejiang University Press, 2014.1.

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