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About Sabrina Du

Yuan (Sabrina) Du is an assistant professor of business administration in finance in the Donald J. Schneider School of Business & Economics. She completed her undergraduate education in computer science and her master's training in financial engineering. Du received her Ph.D. in risk management and insurance from Temple University. She enjoys teaching a wide variety of topics in finance and risk management and insurance. She has taught introduction to risk management and insurance and risk financing at the undergraduate level. Her pedagogical philosophy emphasizes active learning and student-centered approach.

Scholarship and research interests

Du’s research interests pertain to insurance economics across both micro and macro levels. Her current research lies in the intersection between the industrial organization and insurance economics, with a focus on market structure and competition. Her dissertation research uses a structural approach to model market-entry activities and product competition in the insurance market. She has presented her papers at both national and international conferences, and she was awarded the Best Presentation in Early Young Researchers at the Simon Conference, 2019.

Du is a member of the American Economic Association, Financial Management Association, American Risk & Insurance Association, Asian Pacific Risk & Insurance Association, and other professional associations.

She enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, running and skiing, as well as theme park visits with her family.

Education

B.S., Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
M.S., Temple University
Ph.D., Temple University

Courses taught

BUAD 350 Corporate Finance
BUAD 356 Risk Management and Insurance

About
About Sabrina Du

Yuan (Sabrina) Du is an assistant professor of business administration in finance in the Donald J. Schneider School of Business & Economics. She completed her undergraduate education in computer science and her master's training in financial engineering. Du received her Ph.D. in risk management and insurance from Temple University. She enjoys teaching a wide variety of topics in finance and risk management and insurance. She has taught introduction to risk management and insurance and risk financing at the undergraduate level. Her pedagogical philosophy emphasizes active learning and student-centered approach.

Scholarship and research interests

Du’s research interests pertain to insurance economics across both micro and macro levels. Her current research lies in the intersection between the industrial organization and insurance economics, with a focus on market structure and competition. Her dissertation research uses a structural approach to model market-entry activities and product competition in the insurance market. She has presented her papers at both national and international conferences, and she was awarded the Best Presentation in Early Young Researchers at the Simon Conference, 2019.

Du is a member of the American Economic Association, Financial Management Association, American Risk & Insurance Association, Asian Pacific Risk & Insurance Association, and other professional associations.

She enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, running and skiing, as well as theme park visits with her family.

Education

B.S., Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
M.S., Temple University
Ph.D., Temple University

Courses
Courses taught

BUAD 350 Corporate Finance
BUAD 356 Risk Management and Insurance

Yuan (Sabrina) Du
Yuan (Sabrina) Du
Assistant Professor of Business Administration – Finance
Emailsabrina.du@snc.edu
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