Entrepreneurial Reluctance: Talent and Firm Creation in China
Apr 13, 2021, Tue
Eastern Daylight Time: 10-11:30am
China Standard Time: 10-11:30pm
Central European Summer Time: 4-5:30pm
Ruixue Jia (UCSD)
Ruixue Jia is an Associate Professor of Economics at the School of Global Policy and Strategy, UCSD. Jia is interested in the interplay of economics, history and politics. One stream of her research focuses on understanding elite formation and elite influence, in both historical and modern contexts. A second focus of her work is the deep historical roots of economic development. More recently, she started following the ongoing transformation of the manufacturing sector in China and expanded her interest to labor and technology issues.
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Professor Shangjin Wei (Columbia), TBD
Professor Erik Brynjolfsson (Stanford), TBD
Professor Catherine Tucker (MIT), TBD
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