Zhengyu Cai

Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, Associate Professor
Research Interests:Regional ScienceUrban EconomicsLabor EconomicsEnvironmental Economics

Welcome. I am an associate professor of economics and Ph.D. advisor at Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, GLO fellow at Global Labor Organization, and member of Regional Studies Association. I got my Ph.D. in economics at Oklahoma State University in 2016. I am currently doing research in regional science, urban economics, and related fields. Specifically, I am interested in theoretical modelling and empirical applications on agglomeration economies, and its related topics, including but not limited to nonlinear externalities, agglomeration and entrepreneurship, urbanization and environment, urbanization and localization policies. I teach undergraduate level macroeconomics (ECO102), literature seminars of development economics (Master and PhD).

You can find my recent work at RePEc, the university website (lagged), or here. You are also welcomed to subscribe my Wechat Public Account via the QR code below.

  1. Self-employment differentials among foreign-born STEM and non-STEM workers
    Zhengyu Cai and John V. Winters. Journal of Business Venturing: 2017 ,32(4) ,371 - 384 Abstract 

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