NBER中国会议

NBER中国会议


National Bureau of Economic Research

Conference on the Chinese Economy


Organized by Hanming Fang, Shang-Jin Wei, and Wei Xiong

March 21-22, 2019

Joint with Fanhai International School of Finance, Fudan University

And School of Entrepreneurship and Management, ShanghaiTech University


 Venue: Fudan Fanhai International School of Finance
 318 Zhongshan South Road, 10th Floor
 Shanghai, China


Thursday,   March 21


8:00   am

Registration

8:30   am

Opening   Remarks

Shang-Jin Wei (Columbia, Fudan FISF and NBER) and Hanming Fang (Penn,   ShanghaiTech SEM and NBER)

8:40   am

Kevin   Lim, University of Toronto
Daniel Trefler, University of Toronto and NBER
Miaojie Yu, Peking University
Trade and Innovation: The Role of Scale and Competition Effects

Discussant:

Hong Ma, Tsinghua University

9:40   am

Coffee/Tea   Break

10:00   am

J.   Vernon Henderson, London School of Economics
Dongling Su, Boston University
Qinghua Zhang, Peking University
Siqi Zheng, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Local Factor Market Distortions in China

Discussant:

Xiyi Yang, ShanghaiTech University

11:00   am

Dan   Lu, University of Rochester
Yan Bai, University of Rochester and NBER
Keyu Jin, London School of Economics
Misallocation under Trade Liberalization

Discussant:

Jiandong Ju, Tsinghua PBC

12:00   pm

Lunch

Lunch time talk (to be announced)

1:30   pm

Tao   Chen, Nanyang Technological University
Yi Huang, The Graduate Institute, Geneva
Chen Lin, The University of Hong Kong
Finance and Volatility

Discussant:

Bohui Zhang, Chinese University of Hong Kong,     Shenzhen

2:30   pm

Shang-Jin   Wei, Columbia University and NBER
Chunliu Yang, Fudan University
Do Internet Finance Platforms Mitigate Conflicts of Interest? The Case of   Mutual Fund Investment

Discussant:

Hong Zhang, Tsinghua PBC

3:30   pm

Coffee/Tea   Break

3:50   pm

Guangwei   Li, ShanghaiTech University
The Role of R&D Offshoring in Knowledge Diffusion: New Evidence from   China

Discussant:

Zonglai Kou, Fudan University

4:50   pm

Zheng   Michael Song, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Duncan Thomas, Duke University and NBER
Miaojun Wang, Zhejiang University
Daniel Xu, Duke University and NBER
The Rise of Modern Retail in China: An Anatomy of the Footwear Industry

Discussant:

Xiaobo Zhang, Peking University

5:50   pm

Adjourn

6:30   pm

Reception/Dinner

Friday,   March 22

8:30   am

Sumit   Agarwal, Georgetown University
Yongheng Deng, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Jia He, Nankai University
Wenlan Qian, National University of Singapore
Yuan Ren, National University of Singapore
Quanlin Gu, Peking University
Consumption and Debt Response to Monetary Policy: The Debt Service Channel

Discussant:

Yi Huang, The Graduate Institute, Geneva

9:30   am

Coffee/Tea   Break

10:00   am

Kaiji   Chen, Emory University
Qing Wang, Southwest University of Finance and Economics
Tong Xu, Emory University
Tao Zha, Emory University and NBER
Household Heterogeneity and the Transmission of Mortgage Policy in China:   The Speculative Channel

Discussant:

Bo Zhao, Peking University

11:00   am

Jacopo   Ponticelli, Northwestern University
Bo Li, Tsinghua University
Going Bankrupt in China

Discussant:

Cong Wang, Chinese University of Hong Kong,     Shenzhen

12:00   pm

Lunch

1:30   pm

Ziying   Fan, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Xiaxin Wang, Fudan FISF & University of Michigan
Hang Zhang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Understanding Misreporting: Responses to a Housing Transaction Tax Notch   in China

Discussant:

Binzhen Wu, Tsinghua SEM

2:30   pm

Coffee/Tea   Break

3:00   pm

Ran   Duchin, University of Washington
Zhenyu Gao, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Haibing Shu, Shanghai Jiaotong University
Involuntary Political Connections and Firm Outcomes

Discussant:

Ninghua Zhong, Tongji University

4:00   pm

Adjourn


Instructions   to the presenters and discussants: 
25 minutes per paper presentation.
15 minutes of discussion (the discussant could skip a summary of the paper if   it is not a new way of looking at the issue).
Balance of the time: general discussion.

  


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