University of Southern California

Baizhu Chen
Professor of Clinical Finance and Business Economics

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

Phone: 
213-740-7558
Education: 
PhD, MA, University of Rochester; BS, Fudan University

Overview

Baizhu Chen studies macroeconomics and international economics, with an emphasis on China. His work has been published in the Journal of Peace Research, European Journal of Political Economy, China Economic Review, Applied Financial Economics, Social Choice and Welfare, and Journal of Macroeconomics. He is Senior Researcher at the Institute of Finance and Banking at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, chief economist of Sino-Century Capital, a VC firm in Shanghai, and former president of the Chinese Economists Society. He is academic director for Marshall's GEMBA program, and a recipient of the Golden Apple Award.

Research

Swellfun 2013
Goodbaby International 2013
Goodbaby International 2012
Regional Growth in China: An Empirical Investigation Using Multiple Imputation and Province-level Panel Data 2011
Price Discovery Process in the Copper Markets: Is Shanghai Futures Market Relevant? 2010
Price Discovery Process in the Copper Markets: Is Shanghai Futures Market Relevant? 2010
Ultimate Control and Overinvestment 2010
Redemption Puzzle of Open-end Fund Market in China 2008
The International Linkage of the Chinese Futures Markets 2008
A Panel Data Sensitivity Analysis of China Growth 2007
Fund Performance and Investment Flow 2007
The International Linkage of the Chinese Futures Markets 2007
International Trade ” Theory, Policy and Application 2006
Futures Prices and Volatility in China ” a Long Memory Study 2004
Crisis Management - When the Worst Thing Happens 2003
Pursuing Excellence 6P Mantra of Success 2002
Tariff Determination and Trade Policy in China 2001
The Determination of Tariff Rates and Trade Policies in China 2001
The Effects of Intangible Assets on Income in China: Education, Experience, and Political Affiliation - A Survey Analysis 2001
The Zen of Network Economy 2001
An Introduction to the Financial Market in China 2000
China's Financial Markets Reform: Problems, Progress and Perspects 2000
Determinants of Economic Growth in China: Private Enterprises, Education, and Openness - A Cross-Provincial Analysis 2000
Money Market in China 2000
Openness and Trade Policy in China: An Industrial Analysis 2000
The Asian Financial Crisis and Taiwan's Economy 2000
An Economic Theory of Transition to Democracy 1999
Inflation Targeting in China 1999
Modern Financial System and Financial Centers in China 1999
Inflation, Monetary Aggregates and Long-run Money Demand in China 1997
Determinants of Survival-related Capabilities 1997
Government Capacity and Private Investment 1997
Economic Development, Political Cost and Democratic Transition: Theory, Test and Case Study 1996
Economic Growth Under Political Uncertainty: Theory and Evidence 1996
Evidence of Collective Action in the Middle East? --- A Cointegration Approach 1996
Monetary Policy, Inflation and The Central Bank in Taiwan 1996
Political Environment and Economic Growth 1996
Long-Run Purchasing Power Parity: Evidence From Some European Monetary System Countries 1995
Are We Sure That the Real Exchange Rate Follows A Random Walk? A Reexamination 1994
Tyson Chicken in China A & B (Case Studies)
GOME (case)