Dr. WANG Qi
6-246, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong
Economics of AI
Labor Economics of IT Professionals
PhD - Information Systems and Analytics (National University of Singapore)
BSc - Financial Management (South China University of Technology)
Qi Wang is an assistant professor in the Department of Information Systems at the City University of Hong Kong. She received her Ph.D. in Information Systems and Analytics from the School of Computing at the National University of Singapore. Her research focuses on the economics of AI, IT entrepreneurship, digital innovation, FinTech, as well as the labor economics of IT professionals. She employs different research methods in her studies including machine learning and econometric methods.
Introduction to Businss Programming in Python
Chapters, Conference Papers, Creative and Literary Works
Wang, Qi; Huang, Ke-Wei / Exploring the Heterogeneous Knowledge Spillover Effects from University AI Research on the Creation and Performance of AI Start-ups. June 2021; CSWIM 2021 - PROCEEDINGS OF The 14th China Summer Workshop on Information Management. pp. 32-37
WANG, Qi; Liu, Xuanqi; Huang, Ke-Wei / Displaced or augmented? How does artificial intelligence affect our jobs: Evidence from linkedIn. December 2019; International Conference on Information Systems 2019 Proceedings.
Wang, Qi; Huang, Ke-Wei / Exploring the Fintech jobs-skills fit of financial and information technology professionals: Evidence from linkedIn. December 2018; International Conference on Information Systems 2018 Proceedings.