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戴田甜

戴田甜

助理教授,加拿大皇后大学经济学博士                              

办公室: (010) 6228 9201
E-mail: dait@ruc.edu.cn

研究领域
货币经济学; 经济周期; 劳动经济学

教育经历
Degree     Field                  Institution                                   Year
Ph.D.  Economics Queen's University, Canada                                     2012
      (Supervisors: Allen Head and Thorsten Koeppl)
M.A.   Economics Carleton University, Canada                                    2006
B.A.   Advertising Capital University of Economics and Business, China          2004

发表论文
  • "The impact of immigrants on host country crime", with Xiangbo Liu and Biancen Xie, Economics Letters, 119 (2): 157 - 161, 2013.

  • "Brain Drain Reversal and Return Subsidy", with Xiangbo Liu and Biancen Xie, Journal of Comparative Economics, 43: 443 - 455, 2015.

  • “The Impact of Internet Sales Tax in a Search Model of Money: Some Analytical Results”, with Shenyi Jiang, Xiangbo Liu and Wen Wang, Annals of Economics and Finance 17-1, 133–144, 2016.

工作论文
  • "Financial Friction and Money Creation through Lump-sum Taxes, Standing Lending Facilities and Open Market Operations", with Chao He, 2015.

  • "The Role of Multi-stage Production for the Monetary Transmission Mechanism", 2012.

  • "China cyclical regularities of inventories", with Xiangbo Liu and Ruizhe Yin, 2013.

  • "A Search Model of Immigration and Crime: Theory and Policy Implications", with Xiangbo Liu and Biancen Xie, 2014.

教学
研究生课程: 高级宏观经济学、宏观经济专题
本科课程:货币经济学、国际贸易

参加会议
  • "The Role of Multi-stage Production for the Monetary Transmission Mechanism", WEAI Annual Conference, Hawaii, 2015.

  • "Brain Drain Reversal and Return Subsidy", WEAI Annual Conference, Seattle, 2013.

  • "The Role of Multi-stage Production for the Monetary Transmission Mechanism", China Meeting of the Econometric Society, Beijing, 2013.

  • "The Role of Multi-stage Production for the Monetary Transmission Mechanism", CEA Annual Meeting, Montreal, 2013.

  • "Optimal Monetary Policy and the Business Cycle: the Role of Multi-stage Production with Inventories", Macro Workshop, Queen's University, 2011.

  • "Input Inventory, Business Cycles and Optimal Monetary Policy", CEA Annual Meeting, Ottawa, 2011.