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XIE, Huihua


Assistant Professor

Education Background

Ph.D. Economics, National University of Singapore

B.A. Economics and Mathematics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

Research Field
Labor Economics, Development Economics, Applied Microeconomics


Huihua Xie is currently an Assistant Professor in School of Management and Economics, CUHK(SZ). She received her PhD degree in economics from National University of Singapore.

Dr. Xie’s research interests center on Labor economics, development economics, and applied microeconometrics.

Academic Publications:

Telecommunications Externality on Migration: Evidence from Chinese Villages (with Yi Lu, Colin Xu), China Economic Review, Vol. 39, pp. 77-90, July 2016


Working papers:
1. Adolescent Environment and Noncognitive Skills (with Jie Gong, Yi Lu) 
2. Does Housing Wealth Affect Child Development? (with Han Li, Yi Lu)
3. Sibling Effects on Employment and Occupational Outcomes
4. Does Education Improve Health? Evidence from China's 1986 Compulsory Education Law (with Wei Jiang, Yi Lu)
5. Adolescent Adversity and Long-run Health (with Jie Gong, Yi Lu)
6. Closed Form Approximations to the Moment Values of an AR(1) Model: in Unit-root and Stationary Cases (with Albert Tsui)

Conference Presentations
1. 2016 “2016 Asian Meeting of the Econometric Society”, Japan
2. 2016 “NBER Chinese Economy Meeting” (Discussant), China
3. 2015 “International Symposium on Labor Economics”, China
4. 2015 “The 15th China Youth Economists Forum”, China
5. 2014 “3rd Symposium on the Development of China 3rd Symposium of Young Economists in Shanghai”, China
6. 2014 “The 2014 China Meeting of Econometric Society”, China
7. 2013 “International Symposium on Contemporary Labor Economics: Big Data, Search and Matching in Labor Economics”, China
8. 2013 “International Conference on Industrial Upgrading and Sustainable Economic Growth in China”, China
9. 2013 “Symposium on Asia and the Global Economy”, Singapore
10. 2012 “5th International Conference of the ERCIM Working Group on Computing & Statistics
11. 6th CSDA International Conference on Computational and Financial Econometrics”, Spain