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Dr Yundan Gong

Economics and Strategy Group

Yundan Gong

Position: Senior Lecturer
Phone:+44(0)121 204 3054
Email: y.gong1@aston.ac.uk
Room: SW914
CV

  • BS3355: Innovation
  • BS3361: Economics of Innovation
  • BS3353: IBE/EAM Final Year Project
  • Innovation and R&D
  • Multinational enterprises and exporting
  • Profitability and productivity analysis
  • Privatizations and acquisition
  • Firm-level industrial dynamics
  • Applied microecometrics
  • Economic growth and The Chinese economy
  • What determines innovation activity in Chinese state-owned enterprises? The role of foreign direct investment, (with S. Girma and H. Görg), World Development, 2009, Vol. 37 (4), 866-873

  • Foreign direct investment, access to finance, and innovation activity in Chinese enterprises, (with H. Görg and S. Girma), World Bank Economic Review, 2008, Vol. 22 (2), 367-382

  • Putting people first? Chinese state-owned enterprises adjustment to globalisation (with S. Girma), International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2008, Vol. 26 (2), 573-585

  • FDI, linkages and the efficiency of state-owned enterprises in China, (with S. Girma), Journal of Development Studies, 2008, Vol. 44 (5), 728-749

  • Employment effects of privatisation and foreign acquisition of Chinese state-owned enterprises, (with H. Görg and S. Maioli), International Journal of the Economics of Business, 2007, Vol. 14 (2), 197-214

  • International and Intranational Technological Spillovers and Productivity Growth in China, (with X.Fu), Asian Economic Papers, forthcoming

Book Chapters

  • Product innovation as a source of FDI spillover? The case of Chinese state-owned enterprises (with S. Girma and H. Görg) in Multinationals, Clusters and Innovation: Does Public Policy Matter?, Palgrave Publishers, Basingstoke, 2006, 48-62

  • Exporting, cross-border investment and employment dynamics: An empirical investigation (with S. Girma), in Robert v. Weeks (Ed) International Trade Issues, Nova Science Publishers, 2005, 205-226


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