My current research explores two themes in international economics: the impact of domestic (e.g. environmental, financial, & intellectual property reform) or trade regulation (e.g. tariffs, export promotion) on firm performance and resource allocation; and the role of data sparcity in the estimation of spatial models of international trade. Recent working papers are listed below.
THE CURIOUS CASE OF THE MISSING CHINESE EMISSIONS (pdf, March 2020)
With Dan Sheng and Yong Tan.