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Fred Kei-tat KU, Ph.D.Department of Decision Sciences and Managerial Economics,CUHK Business School, The Chinese University of Hong KongPhone: 852-94715909 E-Mail: [email protected] as of May 2019ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCEAcademic Positions Senior Lecturer, Department of Decision Sciences and Managerial Economics, CUHKBusiness School (2016 – present)Visiting Associate Professor, NUCB Business School, Nagoya University of Commerceand Business (2018 – 19)Lecturer, Department of Decision Sciences and Managerial Economics, CUHK BusinessSchool (2009 – 16)Part-time Lecturer, Department of Economics, CUHK (2006 – 09)Administrative Positions and Professional Experience Assistant Dean (Undergraduate Studies), CUHK Business School (2017 – present)Director, Integrated BBA program, CUHK Business School (2017 – present)Participants, Harvard Business School Global Colloquium on Participant-CenteredLearning (GloColl 2017)Co-Director, Integrated BBA program, CUHK Business School (2016 – 17)Associate Director, Integrated BBA program, CUHK Business School (2015 – 16)Associate Director, Programme for Economic Education, Economic Research Centre,Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK (2013 – present)EDUCATION Ph. D. (Economics), Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyAWARDS & HONORS1. Faculty Teaching Merit Award (2014 – 15, 15 – 16, 16 – 17, 17 – 18), CUHK BusinessSchool2. Vice-Chancellor’s Exemplary Teaching Award (2013), CUHK3. Teaching Excellence Ambassador (2013 – 15), CUHK4. Faculty Teaching Awards (2009 – 14, for various UG courses), CUHK Business SchoolTEACHING GRANTS1. “Firm Visit using Virtual Reality Technology”, Courseware Development Grant Scheme(CDG), CUHK, 2018-19 (PI, HK 90,000)2. “Flipping the Economics Classroom”, Quality Education Fund, Education Bureau,HKSAR Government, 2018 – 21 (Co-PI, HK 2,727,700)3. “Provision of Services for Conducting Teacher Professional Development Programmeon Promoting Self-Directed Learning in Economics”, Education Bureau, HKSARGovernment, 2017-18 (Co-I, HK 700,000)4. “eLearning Community of Practice (eLCoP)”, Teaching Development and LanguageEnhancement Grant (TDLEG) for 2016-19 Triennium (Co-I, HK 342,000)5. “Using Flipped Learning to Understand Market Competition”, Micro-ModuleCourseware Development Grant, CUHK, 2017-18 (PI, HK 99,000)6. “Developing Multidisciplinary and Multicultural Competences through Gamificationand Challenge-based Collaborative Learning”, Funding Scheme for Teaching and1

Fred KU, Ph.D.7.8.9.10.11.12.13.14.15.16.Learning Related Proposals 2016 – 19 Triennium, University Grants Committee,HKSAR Government (Co-I, HK 8,697,140)“Promoting Case-based Teaching and Learning Using an Innovative e-Approach”Teaching Development and Language Enhancement Grant (TDLEG), CUHK, 2016 – 19(Co-PI, HK 500,000)“Mobile App for Learning Basic Statistics”, Micro-Module Courseware DevelopmentGrant, CUHK, 2015 – 16 (Co-I, HK 88,000)“Flipped Classroom with Micro-modules for Macroeconomics in Business”, MicroModule Courseware Development Grant, CUHK, 2015 (PI, HK 100,000)“Mobile App on Learning Monetary Policy”, Courseware Development Grant Scheme,2015-16 (Co-I, HK 70,000)“Provision of Services for Providing Course Content for EDB Web-based LearningCourse in Humanities”, Education Bureau (EDB), HKSAR Government, 2014 (Co-I, 600,000)“e-Learning Platform for HKDSE Economics”, Knowledge Transfer Project Fund (KPF),CUHK, 2014 (Co-I, HK 150,000)“Provision of Services for Development of Learning and Teaching Resources onRelationship between Economic Development of the Mainland and Hong KongEconomy”, Education Bureau (EDB), HKSAR Government, 2014 (Co-I, HK 98,900)“Provision of Services for Developing Resource Pack on Policy Evaluation andConducting Professional Development Programmes on Using the Resource Pack in theLearning and Teaching of Economics”, Education Bureau (EDB), HKSAR Government,2013 (Co-I, HK 500,000)“An Online Platform for Multimedia Educational Resources (PMER)”, TeachingDevelopment Grant (TDG), CUHK, 2012-15 (Co-PI, HK 298,000)“Provision of Services for Developing Video Resource Pack and Conducting TrainingProgrammes on the Use of Video in the Learning and Teaching of Economics”, EDB,HKSAR Government, 2011-2012 (Co-I, HK 490,000)SELECTED TEACHING CASESVideo Cases1. Video Teaching Cases (5 cases, 2016), with David Chowo “You Who Come from the Stars”, “The Economics of A0”, “The EconMan”,“The Fatal Economics”, and “The Economics of War”2. Animated Teaching Cases (6 cases, 2015) for Flipped Classroom for Economics inBusiness, with David Chow and Andrew Yueno “Model of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply”, “Aggregate Demand”,“Long Run Aggregate Supply”, “Short Run Aggregate Supply”,“Macroeconomic Equilibrium”, and “Stock Market Crash”3. Animated Teaching Cases (3 cases, 2015), with Michael Fungo “Demand”, “Supply”, and “Market Equilibrium”4. Multimedia Teaching Cases (10 cases, 2013), with Michael Fung and David Chow,published by Education Bureau, HKSAR Governmento “One Day of an Otaku”, “VIPs from Three Kingdom”, “Make a Fortune”, “Roadto 5 Star”, “The Only Girl in a Boys’ School”, “Two Idiots”, “The Dictator”,“Girls Get Married”, “Journey to Economics”, and “Intimate Relationship”Written Cases5. “Good Luck Lemon Tea (Case A and B)” (2016), with Andrew Yuen and David Chow6. “Family Business Expansion in Chinese Herbal Tea” (2015), with Andrew Yuen2

Fred KU, Ph.D.7. “An Economic Analysis on Income Inequality” (2015), with David Chow and MichaelFung, published by Education Bureau, HKSAR Government8. “Economic Analysis of Individual Visit Scheme” (2015), with Michael Fung and DavidChow, published by Education Bureau, HKSAR Government9. “Economic Analysis of Education Policy” (2015), with Michael Fung and David Chow,published by Education Bureau, HKSAR Government10. “Economic Analysis of the Minimum Wage” (2015), with David Chow and MichaelFung, published by Education Bureau, HKSAR Government11. “The Development of Tourism and Its Impacts on Hong Kong Economy” (2015), withMichael Fung, published by Education Bureau, HKSAR GovernmentTEACHING INTEREST AND COURSES TAUGHT EMBA, MBA, MSc, MAcc:o Managerial Economics, Economics, Economic Analysis: Firm and Consumero Business Analytics, Statistical Analysis, Statistical Analysis for BusinessDecisions,UG:o Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Managerial Economics, Basic Economicsfor the Hospitality and Tourism Industry, Perspectives in Economics,Introduction to Game Theory,o Applied Econometrics for Business DecisionsSELECTED PUBLICATIONSBook1.Chow, David, Fung, Michael, and Ku, Fred (2013), «宏觀經濟名詞解讀» (UnderstandingMacroeconomic Terms, in Chinese), Infolink Publishing Ltd.Book Chapters1. Yuen, Andrew and Ku, Fred (2015), “Regulatory Issues in US Domestic andInternational Aviation Markets”, in McConnell, Brue and Flynn, Economics, 20e,Global Edition, McGraw Hill2. Ku, Fred and Yuen, Andrew (2015), “National Health Insurance in Taiwan”, inMcConnell, Brue and Flynn, Economics, 20e, Global Edition, McGraw Hill3. Ku, Fred and Yuen, Andrew (2015), “The Catch-up Effect and the Reasons”, inMcConnell, Brue and Flynn, Economics, 20e, Global Edition, McGraw Hill4. Ku, Fred and Yuen, Andrew (2015), “On Education, Human Capital and EconomicGrowth”, in McConnell, Brue and Flynn, Economics, 20e, Global Edition, McGraw Hill5. Ku, Fred and Yuen, Andrew (2013), “Competition in Computer Tablet Market” in Keatand Young, Managerial Economics, 7e, Global Edition, Pearson Higher EducationRadio Programme1. 財星學堂 – 生活經濟學 (“Everyday Economics” in Metro Finance Digital, in Cantonese),every Saturday 6 – 8pm, 新城財經台 (Metro Finance, FM104) (Mar 2016 – Program/ProgramDetail.aspx?Program MFD AcademyoRecent episodes: “Behavioural Economics in Recycling and Health Care”,“Gender Discrimination in Labour Market”, “Impact of Business SchoolEducation”SEMINARS AND PRESENTATIONSTeaching and Learning3

Fred KU, Ph.D.1. “Sharing on Teaching and Learning: My Experience in CUHK Business School”, NationalTsing Hua University, Taiwan, 11 March 20192. “Enriching Classroom Interactions and Learning with Technology”, eLearningCommunity of Practice Interest Groups Preview II, CUHK, 8 Dec 20173. “CUHK eLearning Community of Practice (eLCoP)” (Poster), Teaching and LearningInnovation Expo 2017, CUHK, 7 Dec 20174. “Mobile App for Learning Basic Statistics” (Poster), Teaching and Learning InnovationExpo 2016, CUHK, 16 Dec 20165. “Sharing on Teaching & Learning Strategy”, seminar presentation at Chiba KeizaiUniversity, Japan, 19 July 20166. “Facilitating Class Discussion with Technology: a case study in CUHK Business School”,Mobile Era Classroom Interactions (Student Response System), CUHK [email protected], 12 May 20167. “Sharing on Teaching and Learning Strategy”, seminar presentation at National ChiayiUniversity, Taiwan, 23 Dec 20158. “Flipped Classroom with Micro-Modules for Macroeconomics in Business” (Poster),Teaching and Learning Innovation Expo 2015, CUHK, 16 Dec 20159. “Teaching and Learning Enhancement with Video Resources” (Poster), Teaching andLearning Innovation Expo 2015, CUHK, 16 Dec 201510. “Active Learning Strategy”, seminar presentation at Chiba Keizai University, Japan, 23July 201511. “Facilitate the learning and teaching of the AS-AD Model through e-Learning”, SSLearning and Teaching Strategies for the Economics Curriculum, EDB, HKSARGovernment, 11 June and 6 July 201512. “Flipped Classroom and Classroom Learning Activities”, CUHK, 21 Apr 201513. “Videos and Facebook in Teaching and Learning” (Poster), Teaching and LearningInnovation Expo 2014, CUHK, 15 Dec 201414. “Platform for Multimedia Educational Resources” (Poster), Teaching and LearningInnovation Expo 2014, CUHK, 15 Dec 201415. “Learning and Teaching Strategies for the Economics Curriculum: ExperientialLearning in Economics – Public Housing in Hong Kong”, EDB, HKSAR Government, 9Dec 201316. “An Introduction to the Online Platform for Multimedia Educational Resources(PMER)” (Poster), Teaching and Learning Innovation Expo 2013, CUHK, 5 Dec 201317. “Peer-Creation & Peer-Sharing of Video Learning Resources for Active Learning”,Assessment as Learning Symposium, University of Hong Kong, 14 Dec 201218. “Fostering Students' Acquisition of Economic Concepts Using Video Resources”, EDB,HKSAR Government, 23 Nov 201219. “Co-created Multimedia Teaching Cases for Economics” (Poster), Teaching andLearning Innovation Expo 2012, CUHK, 13 Dec 201220. “Adopting Peer-Created Multimedia Resources for Teaching & Learning”, ASmorgasbord of Ideas for Active learning IV: Classroom Activities that Make LearningActive, CUHK, 20 Apr 201221. “Using Video Resources to Enhance the Learning and Teaching of Economics”, EDBHKSAR Government, Jan & Feb 201222. “The Use of Facebook for Teaching and Learning”, A Smorgasbord of Ideas for ActiveLearning III: CUHK teachers sharing their experiences on using Web 2.0 tools forteaching and learning, CUHK, 25 Nov 201123. “The Co-Creation Approach of Teaching and Learning” (Poster), Teaching and LearningInnovation Expo 2011, CUHK, 12 Nov 20114

Fred KU, Ph.D.24. “Facebook as a Tool to Facilitate Teaching and Learning” (Poster), Teaching andLearning Innovation Expo 2011, CUHK, 12 Nov 201125. “An Exploration to the Co-creation Approach of Teaching, Assessment & Learning inEconomics: Any Alternative to Traditional Student Assessment?”, EDB, HKSARGovernment, Jul 201126. “Co-creation of Learning Environment”, A Smorgasbord of Ideas for Active Learning II,CUHK, 20 May 2011Business and Economics1. “Digital Platform and the Sharing Economy”, EDB, HKSAR Government, 26 Jan and 17Mar 20182. “Game Theory for Business Strategies”, Business Lecture Series, CUHK Business School,13 Nov 20173. “The Sharing Economy”, Hong Kong in the Past 20 Years, CUHK Business School, 11Nov 20174. “SMEs’ Integration into Global Value Chains in Fashion Design”, Workshop on SME’sIntegration into Global Value Chinas in Fashion Design, Asia-Pacific EconomicCooperation (APEC) Vietnam 2017 Conference, May 20175. “Industrial Revolution and Capitalism”, Big History and Collective Learning, The HongKong Academy for Gifted Education, April 20176. “Economic Analysis of the Individual Visit Scheme in Hong Kong”, [email protected] School, 6 July 20167. “The Key Industries in the Hong Kong Economy”, EDB Web-based Learning Coursesfor Gifted/More Able Students, EDB, HKSAR Government, 30 April 20168. “The Changing Hong Kong Economy”, EDB Web-based Learning Courses forGifted/More Able Students, EDB, HKSAR Government, 30 Dec 2015 and 16 Jan 20169. “Statistics – a Tool to Improve Business Decisions”, Global Master Program of Tourismand Management, National Chiayi University, Taiwan, 24 Dec 201510. “Economics of Crime”, Economics in Action – Summer Symposium, CUHK BusinessSchool and Programme for Economic Education, 9 July 201511. “Economic Analysis of the Minimum Wage Ordinance & Individual Visit Scheme inHong Kong”, EDB, HKSAR Government, 18 May 201512. “The Application of Economic Concepts and Theories to Authentic Cases– Aviation andTourism Industries”, EDB, HKSAR Government, 4 Jun 2012SELECTED EXTERNAL PROFESSIONAL & COMMUNITY SERVICESProfessional Services / Experience1. Advisory Council Member, Harvard Business Review (2018 – present)2. Advisory Committee Member, Teaching and Learning Advisory Committee,Department of Business Administration, National Chiayi University, Taiwan (2015 – 18)3. Member, Association of North America Higher Education International (2015 –present)4. Book RevieweroTietenberg and Lewis, Environmental & Natural Resource Economics, 10e,Pearson, (2014), McDowell, Thom, Frank, and Bernanke, Principles of Economics,2e, McGraw Hill Education (2011)5