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Cai, Xiqian

Assistant Professor

Phone:2182926

Email:caixiqian@gmail.com

Office:B309

Office Hours:

Research Fields:Applied Microeconomics

Homepage:http://xiqiancai.weebly.com/



Biography Research Papers Research Projects

WORKING EXPERIENCE

Associate Professor at School of Economics & Wang Yanan Institute for Studies in Economics (WISE), Xiamen University, November 2018-present
Assistant Professor at School of Economics & Wang Yanan Institute for Studies in Economics (WISE), Xiamen University, September 2015-October 2018

EDUCATION
Ph.D., Economics, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 2011–2015 
M.A., Economics, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 2009-2011
B.A., Economics, Xiamen University, China, 2005-2009

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Labor Economics; Experimental Economics; Applied Microeconometrics; Chinese Economy

TEACHING INTERESTS
Labor Economics; Experimental Economics; Applied Microeconometrics; Chinese Economy

Publication

 

1. "Gender Gap under Pressure: Performance and Reaction to Shocks," (with Yi Lu, Jessica Pan and Songfa Zhong), Review of Economics and Statistics, 2019, 101(2): 249-263

2. "The Impact of Temperature on Manufacturing Worker Productivity: Evidence from Personnel Data," (with Yi Lu and Jin Wang), Journal of Comparative Economics, 2018, 46(4): 889-905.

3. "Recover Overnight? Work Interruption and Worker Productivity," (with Jie Gong, Yi Lu and Songfa Zhong), Management Science, Vol 64, Issue 8, (August 2018) pp. 3489-3500. Featured Article of August Issue

4. "Does Environmental Regulation Drive away Inbound Foreign Direct Investment? Evidence from a Quasi-Natural Experiment in China", (with Yi Lu, Mingqin Wu and Linhui Yu), Journal of Development Economics (November 2016), Vol. 123, 73-85. 

 

Journal Publication (in Chinese)

1.  开放经济体系中劳动者的工资议价能力,” 与谢申祥,陆毅合作,中国社会科学20195

2.   中间品生产企业的谈判势力与出口政策,” 与谢申祥合作,《世界经济》20183月,pp.80-100

 

Working Paper

1.  "Pay for Performance Scheme and Worker Productivity: Evidence from a Kinked Design in China," (with Wei Jiang, Yi Lu, Hong Song and Huihua Xie)

2.     "When Trade Discourages Political Favoritism: Evidence from China," (with Yi Lu and Lianming Zhu)