Dr Liang Bai
Liang Bai's research interests are in the fields of development economics, international trade, and political economy.
Recent work has examined the consumer gains from US-China trade, obstacles to investment in preventive health, as well as the economic legacies of the Cultural Revolution in China.
Liang has studied economics at Cambridge, UPF, and LSE, before receiving his PhD from UC Berkeley.
Estimating US consumer gains from Chinese imports
American Economic Review: Insights, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 209-224
Contribution to journal › Article (Published)
Political movement and trust formation : Evidence from the Cultural Revolution (1966-76)
European Economic Review
Contribution to journal › Article (Accepted/In press)
Self-control and demand for preventive health : Evidence from hypertension management in India
Liang Bai on the Economic Consequences of the Cultural Revolution
Economic Legacies of the Cultural Revolution