上海科技大学人力资源管理
ShanghaiTech University Human Resources

Hanyi Tao    Assistant Professor, PI

Institute

School of Entrepreneurship and Management

Research Area

Macroeconomics, Chinese Economy, International Trade

Contact Info.

taohy@@shanghaitech.edu.cn

 

 

 

Biography

 

 

2008-2012 Bachelor,   Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

2012-2014 MPhil, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

2014-2019 PhD, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

2019-    Assistant Professor, Shanghaitech University

 

 

Research Interests

 

 

My research interests lie in Macroeconomics and international trade,  especially the questions related with Chinese economy. My research primarily   focuses on the resource misallocation and its implications for economic   growth and underlying mechanisms. Meanwhile, my research touches the   questions of firm-level outcomes from international trade, especially how   Chinese firms become more innovative from participating in exporting. My   researches are driven by real world questions in Chinese economy and   quantifies the macro and firm-level implications with detailed firm-level   data.

 

 

Working Paper

 

 

1. Targeted Subsidy and Capital   (Mis)Allocation 

2. Knowledge Absorbing by Exporting: Evidence   from Firm-level Patenting in China (With Yousha Liang, Kang Shi and Juanyi Xu)

3. Land Price   Discrimination and Capital Misallocation (With Wen-Tai Hsu and Zheng   (Michael) Song) (Working in Progress)