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LUO Chuliang

LUO Chuliang  Ph.D., Professor
Native Place: Hunan
Department of Economics
Business School, Beijing Normal University
Beijing 100875, China
Tel: +86-10-58807824;
2004 Ph.D. in Graduate School of China Academy of Social Science
2001 Master in Zhong Nan University of Economics and Law
1998 Bachelor in Zhong Nan University of Economics and Law
Work Experience
2004.7-2007.10 Institute of Economics, China Academy of Social Science, assistant research fellow, associate research fellow
2007.10- Economics Department, Beijing Normal University, associate professor, professor, and department chair
Research Interests
Labor Economics
Development Economics
Courses Taught
Principle of Microeconomics (Undergraduate)
Econometrics (undergraduate)
Advanced Microeconomics (graduate)
Research Projects inequality effects of labor market transition in China, Key project financially supported by National Social Science Fund
Honors and Awards
Program for New Century Excellent Talents in Universities, 2012
• Main Journal Articles
  • Luo Chuliang, Economic Growth, Inequality and Poverty in Rural China, Economic Research Journal, 2012, vol.2.
  • Li Shi, Luo Chuliang, Growth Pattern, Employment, and Income Inequality, Asian Development Review, 2008, vol. 25(1).
  • Luo Chuliang, The return to education and its distribution in urban China, China Economic Journal,2008, vol. 1(2).
  • Luo Chuliang, Precautionary motivation and consumption insurance: Empirical analysis of household consumption behavior in rural China, Frontiers of Economics in China, 2007, vol.2 (1).
• Chapters in books
  • Li Shi, Luo Chuliang, and Terry Sicular, “Overview: Income Inequality and Poverty in China, 2002-2007”, in Li Shi, Hiroshi Sato, and Terry Sicular (eds), Rising Inequality in China, Cambridge University Press.
  • Luo Chuliang, and Yue Ximing, “Rural-Uran Migration and Poverty in China”, Meng Xin and Li Shi (eds), The Great Migration: Rural-Urban Migration in China and Indonesia, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2010.