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Dr Jing Di-Wojtasiuk

Principal Lecturer (Quality and Partners)


Dr Jing Di-Wojtasiuk, Principal Lecturer (Quality and Partners) for the School of Markets and the Economy, is responsible for leading on School’s quality assurance, professional body accreditation, TNE Partnerships, apprenticeships, business development, and commercial activities, relating to the subjects of accounting, finance, economics, marketing, hospitality and tourism, and fashion management. Jing joined Coventry University London in January 2019 as the Principal Lecturer in Finance and Subject Head.

Jing has over 15 years of academic experience in areas such as in teaching and learning, research and supervision, programme management, portfolio development and validation, quality assurance consulting and regulations, apprenticeship frameworks and standards, and TNE partner validation and collaboration.

Jing has held roles at the University of Sheffield and University of Bedfordshire. Her recent teaching and research areas lie in financial/economic volatility modelling, investment portfolio analysis, ESG, financial regulation and compliance, and Fintech.


  • PhD in Economics, University of Sheffield, UK, 2011
  • MSc in Money, Banking and Finance, University of Sheffield, UK, 2007
  • BA in Economics and International Business, HeBei University of Economics and Business, China, 2006

Professional and Industry Memberships

  • HEA – Fellowship in Higher Education Academy
  • Member of Royal Economics Society

Research and Consultancy

Jing has been active with business consultancy projects as the Lead Academic Consultant since 2017. Her role involved working together with SMEs, providing strategic action reports in supporting businesses’ growth as part of their applications for EU Innovation Bridge Funding, and other sources of business funding and bank loans.

Publications and Scholarship Activities 

  • Caglayan, Mustafa and Jing, Di. 2010. Does Real Exchange Rate Volatility Affect Sectoral Trade Flows? Southern Economic Journal. 77(2): 313-335. (ABS 3 stars)

Working papers:

  • Di-Wojtasiuk, Jing and Sandar Win (2017) "Empirical evidence of CEO Pay in China: the role of performance measures and stock option incentives for small and medium-sized listed firms"
  • Jing Di-Wojtasiuk. 2016. The Dynamic Impact of Stock Option Incentive Plans on Company Performance in China: Empirical result using GMM model.
  • Jing Di-Wojtasiuk. 2016. Inflation Volatility and Sectoral Output Variability in EU countries.
  • Jing Di-Wojtasiuk. 2015. Product Specific Inflation and Relative Price Variability in China


Teaching Areas

  • Risk Management and Financial Modelling
  • Financial Risk Management
The Queen's Award for Enterprise
University of the year shortlisted
QS Five Star Rating 2023