FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Economics – May 2022

May 3, 2022

Six entries from the Department of Economics. Entries include studies of the function of retailers and of financial and economic issues of China.

Yutian Chen, Hui Xiong and Ying-Ju Chen, Should Traditional Retailers Function as Pre-warehouses of Online Retailers? International Journal of Production Research, 59, 2021.

Chiang, Tsun-Feng, Jack Hou and Pi-Han Tsai, 2022. “Fiscal Incentives and Land Finance Cycles of Prefectures in China,” The World Economy, 45(4): 1262-1293 April 2022.  DOI: 10.1111/twec.13163. SSCI journal.

Huang, Ling, Haiyue Liu, Jack Hou and Fulong Xiao “Long-term financing effects of Chinese non-SOEs Belt and Road OFDI,” Accounting and Finance, 62(S1):1819-1850, April 2022.  DOI: 10.1111/acfi.12841. SSCI journal.

Jiang, Jie, Jack Hou, Cangyu Wang, and HaiYue Liu, 2021. “COVID-19 impact on Chinese Firm investment—Evidence from China,” Journal of Asian Economics, 75(4):101320. DOI: 10.1016/j.asieco. SSCI journal.

Liu, Haiyue, Jack Hou and Zhimin Yi, 2021. “Does OFDI Contemporaneously Affect the Stock Performance of Listed Firms?” Research on Financial and Economic Issues, October 2021, pp. 75-85. In Chinese, a CSSCI journal.

Xiaosong Wang, Jack Hou and Faqin Lin, 2021. “ITC antidumping toward China rulings: Is political factor overwhelming?” Bulletin of Economic Research, 74(1):106-122. DOI: 10.1111/boer.12277. SSCI journal.