On June 13th, Professor Magdalena Katarzyna Jerzemowska of the Gdansk University management school, Poland,was invited by the Economics institute to visit and make academic reports. Professor Jerzemowska and Dean of the Economics Institute Jiang Yuansheng had an in-depth disccsion on issues of concern to the teaching, research, academic development, and exchange of international students Professor Jerzemowska gave an academic report entitled "Financial crisis and corporate governance - the similarities between old and new developments" to the students and teachers major in Investment. The report was hosted by Dr. Liu Dan from the German Research Center of Sichuan Agricultural University. More than 200 undergraduate students from the School of Economics, including professional teachers, postgraduates and investment students, attended the report. Professor Jerzemowska used the subprime mortgage crisis as an example, combining historically well-known asset price bubbles (such as the Dutch Tulip Bubble, South Sea Bubble, Mississippi Bubble, etc.) to interpret the relationship between market pricing effectiveness and corporate governance, and compared Different characteristics of different corporate governance models (eg Japan-German model, UK-US model). In the report, Professor Jerzemowska showed a large number of market pricing failures and corporate governance failure cases, which inspired the interest and thinking of teachers and students on corporate governance issues. The students also discussed the effects of different governance models with Professor Jerzemowska.
Jerzmanowska’s Profile: Professor of Finance at Gdansk University, Poland, doctoral tutor, with nearly 40 years of research and teaching experience, mainly engaged in corporate finance, corporate capital operation research, lectures on corporate finance and other courses, has served as Gdansk University Corporate Finance Director of the Department of Professional Affairs and Associate Dean of the School of Management at Gdansk University, he has received research funding from Poland, Scotland and Japan, published about 20 books and published about 150 papers. He has received many research awards from Poland and Gdansk University.