Assistant Professor, School of Finance, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
2017. 09 - now
PhD, Economics, University of Western Ontario
This paper quantifies the role of intermediate input frictions, i.e., pre-pay and financial constraints, in accounting for the misallocation in China.
This paper studies how the minimum sales of NBS firm-level data bias China's TFP growth from entry, exit and reallocation margins.
This paper studies amplifications of distortions on misallocation in multi-product framework.
This paper uses a proprietary bank-customer-supplier matched data to study the flow of trade credit from small suppliers to large customers and the misallocation of working capital following the 2010 credit tightening policy in China.
Marcroeconoimics, Firm Dynamics, China's Economy and Development
Intermediate Macroeconomics, Econometrics, PhD Econometrics (Teaching Assitant)
International Finance, International Finance Theory (PhD), China's Economy