2020 Working Papers and Presentation Slides

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WORKING PAPERS AND PRESENTATION SLIDES FROM 2020 PROGRAM

*Presenter

Qingen Gai, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics; Naijia Guo, The Chinese University of Hong Kong*; Bingjing Li, National University of Singapore; Qinghua Shi, Shanghai Jiaotong University; Xiaodong Zhu, University of Toronto
Selective Migration and Agricultural Productivity Gap: Evidence from China

Michael Greenstone, The University of Chicago; Guojun He, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology*; Ruixue Jia, University of California San Diego; Tong Liu, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Can Technology Solve the Principal-Agent Problem? Evidence from China’s War on Air Pollution
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Sumit Agarwal, National University of Singapore; Keyang Li, Tsinghua University*; Yu Qin, National University of Singapore; Jing Wu, Tsinghua University
The Impact of Fertility Relaxation on Female Labor Market Outcomes
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Benny Kleinman, Princeton University; Ernest Liu, Princeton University*; Stephen J. Redding, Princeton University, NBER and CEPR
International Friends and Enemies
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Jingting Fan, Pennsylvania State University; Yi Lu, Tsinghua University; Wenlan Luo, Tsinghua University*
Valuing Domestic Transport Infrastructure: A View from the Route Choice of Exporters

Michael Rubens, University of California, Los Angeles
Market Structure, Oligopsony Power and Productivity
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Jesús Fernández-Villaverde, University of Pennsylvania; Mark Koyama, George Mason University; Youhong Lin, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies; Tuan-Hwee Sng, National University of Singapore*
Fractured-Land and Political Fragmentation
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Gaurav Khanna, University of California, San Diego; Wenquan Liang, Jinan University; A. Mushfiq Mobarak, Yale University, NBER and CEPR; Ran Song, Yale University*
The Productivity Consequences of Pollution-Induced Migration in China

Bei Qin, The University of Hong Kong; David Stromberg, University of Stockholm; Yanhui Wu, The University of Hong Kong*
Social Media and Protests in China
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Martin Beraja, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER; David Yang, Harvard University and NBER*; Noam Yuchtman, The London School of Economics and Political Science, NBER, and CESifo
Data-intensive Innovation and the State: Evidence from AI Firms in China
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