Hang, Min

Hang, Min

  • Co-director of Global Business Journalism Program at Tsinghua University
  • Ph.D in Business Administration and Economics
  • Associate Professor for Media Management and Economics

Research Interests

Media Management and Economics, Cultural Industry Studies, Business Journalism Education

Teaching

Dr. Hang Min teaches Economics and Accounting Basics for Journalists in the Global Business Journalism Program. She also teaches other graduate and undergraduate courses including Media Management and Economics and Media Leadership: Theories and Practices.

Biography

Dr. Hang Min is the co-director of the Global Business Journalism Program at Tsinghua University. She is an associate professor of Media Management and Economics and director of the East Asia Institute of Media Management and Transformation Center (MMTC-EA) of Jonkoping University, Sweden, she is also a research affiliate of the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (CITI) in Columbia Business School, Columbia University.

Dr. Hang holds doctoral degree in Business Administration from Jonkoping University, Sweden. also holds master degree of European Business Administration from Lund University, Sweden, and master degree of Management Science from Hohai University, China. Prior to her current career move, she had worked in the MMTC, Sweden (2003-2007), CITI, Columbia Business School (2006), Lund University, Sweden (2003), the Ministry of Communications of China (1999-2001), and Hohai University in China.

Dr. Hang’s is the author of several books and book chapters, journal articles and conference papers on New Media Venturing, International Media Product Portfolios Management, Media Economics Research, Media and Entrepreneurship, Media Human Resources Management, etc. Recently, Hang has won the Award of the “Best Paper for Organizational Communication” in the ICA 2006 Convention in Germany. Her work on webcasting collaborated with other authors worldwide has won the prize of “Best Book for Media Economics in 2007”.