Name: Wei Luo
Post: Assistant professor
Graduate School: HKUST
Wei Luo is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Jinan University (Guangzhou, China). She obtained Ph.D. from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). Her research interests lie at the intersection of development, public, and labor economics. Specially, she is interested in: (1) the partial or general equilibrium effects of public policies; (2) labor market and demographic consequences of global trade and technological change; (3) family economics, especially gender inequality and gender-related social norms.
Personal website: https://www.weiluo.org.
Ph.D., Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Visiting graduate researcher, UCLA
LL.M., Sun Yat-sen University
B.B.A., Sun Yat-sen University
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Jinan University 2022-present
Postdoctoral Fellow, Business School, University of Hong Kong 2021-2022
Social Norms and The Impact of Early Life Events on Gender Inequality (with Wei Huang and Albert Park) R&R at Journal of Human Resources
Farming or Schooling? The Effects of Teenage Exposure to Rural Land Decollectivization in China (with Zhi-An Hu, Wei Huang, Wuyue You, and Chuanchuan Zhang) Under review.
Demographic Impacts of China’s Trade Liberalization: Marriage, Spousal Quality, and Fertility (with Xianqiang Zou) R&R at Journal of Population Economics
Can Compulsory Schooling Foster National Integration? Evidence from Chinese Minorities (with Zhi-An Hu)
Robots as Guardians: Industrial Automation and Workplace Safty in China (with Lixin Tang, Yaxin Yang, and Xianqiang Zou)
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