Frontiers of Economics in China

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Frontiers of Economics in China (FECC) is a fully refereed English-language academic journal published in four issues annually by Higher Education Press that aims to publish state-of-the-art researches in economics. The journal is distributed by Brill to customers outside China. FECC embraces theoretical and empirical papers from all fields of economics, particularly those with an emphasis on the Chinese economy or other transition economies. The journal is designed to provide a platform to facilitate the communications between the scholars in China and those in the rest of the world.

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Editorial Board

Editor
Guoqiang Tian (Texas A&M University; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)

Executive Editor
Zhiqi Chen (Carleton University)

Co-editors
Chunrong Ai (University of Florida)
Kevin X. D. Huang (Vanderbilt University)
Neng Wang (Columbia University)
James Wen (Trinity College, USA)

Editorial Advisory Board
Robert J. Barro (Harvard University)
Gary S. Becker (University of Chicago)
Xiwen Chen (Renmin University of China)
Gregory C. Chow (Princeton University)
Jiwei Lou (Ministry of Finance, China)
Eric Maskin (Princeton University)
Daniel L. McFadden (University of California, Berkeley)
Douglass North (Washington University in St. Louis)
Dwight H. Perkins (Harvard University)
Amartya Sen (Harvard University)
Min Tan (Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)
Jinglian Wu (Development Research Center of the State Council, China)
Xiaochuan Zhou (The People’s Bank of China)

Editorial Board
Chong-en Bai (Tsinghua University)
Jushan Bai (Columbia University)
Henry Cao (Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business)
Xiaohong Chen (Yale University)
Yongmin Chen (University of Colorado at Boulder)
Zhiwu Chen (Yale University)
Yanqin Fan (Vanderbilt University)
Hanming Fang (University of Pennsylvania)
Jie Gan (Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business)
Li Gan (Texas A&M University)
Han Hong (Stanford University)
Yingyao Hu (John Hopkins University)
Jay Huang (Pennsylvania State University)
Jikun Huang (Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Jiandong Ju (University of Oklahoma)
David D. Li (Tsinghua University)
Hao Li (University of British Columbia)
Hongbin Li (Tsinghua University)
Qi Li (Texas A&M University)
Chen Lin (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Debin Ma (London School of Economics and Political Science)
Paul Milgrom (Stanford University)
Barry J. Naughton (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Jun Qian (Boston College)
Yingyi Qian (Tsinghua University)
Chengzhong Qin (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Jiaping Qiu (McMaster University)
Larry Qiu (The University of Hong Kong)
Scott Rozelle (Stanford University)
Frank M. Song (The University of Hong Kong)
Ning Sun (Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)
Guofu Tan (University of Southern California)
Jijun Tan (Southwestern University of Finance and Economics)
Cheng Wang (Fudan University; Iowa State University)
Ruqu Wang (Queen’s University)
Yijiang Wang (Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business)
Shang-Jin Wei (Columbia University)
Quan Wen (Vanderbilt University)
Danyang Xie (Wuhan University)
Chenggang Xu (The University of Hong Kong)
Lixin Colin Xu (The World Bank)
Gang Yi (The People’s Bank of China; State Administration of Foreign Exchange)
Zhihao Yu (Carleton University)
Junsen Zhang (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Jinhua Zhao (Michigan State University)
Lin Zhou (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
Yong Zhou (Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)
Susan Chun Zhu (Michigan State University)
Xiaodong Zhu (University of Toronto)