BiographyFeicheng Wang joined the University of Göttingen as a postdoctoral research fellow in August 2017. He obtained his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Nottingham in 2017. Before that, he attended a postgraduate programme at Xiamen University and did his undergraduate study at Beijing Institute of Technology, both in Economics. Prior to joining the University of Göttingen, Feicheng worked as a visiting teaching fellow at Nottingham University Business School China (2016-2017).
His research analyses various issues related to the interaction between labour markets and globalisation with a focus on China. He is also interested in topics of development economics and environmental economics.
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Research InterestsInternational Trade; Labour Economics; Applied Microeconometrics; Chinese Economy
- Feicheng Wang, Chris Milner and Juliane Scheffel: “Export Destination and the Skill Premium: Evidence from Chinese Manufacturing Industries”, Accepted for publication in Canadian Journal of Economics.
- Feicheng Wang, Chris Milner and Juliane Scheffel (2021): “Labour Market Reform and Firm-level Employment Adjustment: Evidence from the Hukou Reform in China”, Journal of Development Economics. (Link, Hukou reform data)
- Feicheng Wang, Chris Milner and Juliane Scheffel (2018): “Globalization and Inter-industry Wage Differentials in China”, Review of International Economics. (Link)
- “Trade Liberalization and the Gender Employment Gap in China” (with Krisztina Kis-Katos and Minghai Zhou) Working paper
- “Mask Wars: China's Exports of Medical Goods in Times of COVID-19” (with Andreas Fuchs, Lennart Kaplan, Krisztina Kis-Katos, Sebastian Schmidt, and Felix Turbanisch) Working paper; VoxEU column
- “The Health Consequence of Rising Housing Prices in China” (with Yuanwei Xu) Working paper
- “Import Competition and Informal Employment: Empirical Evidence from China” (with Hartmut Lehmann and Zhe Liang)
- International Trade and the Labour Market (University of Göttingen)
- Advanced Labour Economics (University of Göttingen)
- Economics of Pricing and Decision Making (Nottingham University Business School China)
- Economics of Corporate Strategy (Nottingham University Business School China)
- Quantitative Methods (Nottingham University Business School China)
- Microeconomics for Business (Nottingham University Business School China)
- Mathematical Economics (School of Economics, The University of Nottingham Ningbo China)
- Microeconomic Theory (School of Economics, The University of Nottingham Ningbo China)
- Microeconomic Theory (School of Economics, Xiamen University)