Dr Shengyu Li, BSc, BA, MA, PhD
Shengyu Li joined Durham University Business School after he obtained his PhD in Economics at the Pennsylvania State University in 2014. His main research interests cover topics in empirical industrial organization, international trade, and applied microeconomics.
His current research focuses on productivity and demand uncertainty, international trade dynamics, production function estimation, and international automobile market. He was awarded the Young Economists' Essay Award in the 41st Annual Conference of the European Association for Research in Industrial Economics.
He is very interested in working with researchers and prospective PhD students who shares similar research areas. Please feel free to contact if interested.
Please see Shengyu's homepage for further information.
Shengyu Li completed his PhD in Economics at the Pennsylvania State University in 2014. His research interests cover topics in industrial organization, international trade, and applied microeconomics.
- Industrial Organization
- Interests International Trade
- Applied Microeconomics
- 1: Grieco, P., Li, S. & Zhang, H. (2016). Production Function Estimation with Unobserved Input Price Dispersion. International Economic Review 57(2): 665-690.
- 2: Coşar, A. K. Grieco, P. L. E. Li, S. & Tintelnot, F. (2018). What Drives Home Market Advantage?. Journal of International Economics 110: 135-150.
- Li, S. (2014). A Structural Model of Productivity, Uncertain Demand, and Export Dynamics, Young Economists (Essay Award of EARIE 2014.).
- Li, S. & Harris, R. (2016). Government Assistance, Political Connections and Total Factor Productivity Growth in China.
- Li, S., Grieco, P. & Zhang, H. (2016). Input Prices, Productivity and Trade: Evidence from Chinese Paint Manufacturers.