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Chen Yian

五月 07 2020


  Name:Chen Yian

  Faculty:School of Economics

  Professional Title:Assistant Professor

  E-mail:  chenyian@swupl.edu.cn

  Office:Jingyelou Building, 5015








Academic & Professional Qualification

  •2018.1-2019.1, University of Oxford , Academic visitor

  •2016/9 - present, Southwest University of Political Science and Law, School of Economics, Associate Professor

  •2016/1-present, Southwest University of Political Science and Law, Post Doctorate

  •2014 / 7-2016 / 9, Southwest University of Political Science and Law, School of Economics, lecturer

  •2012 / 9-2013 / 6, Visiting Scholar, Montreal University, Canada


Research Interest

  Labor Market; Immigration; Employment; Innovation and entrepreneurship; Institutional Economics


  Misallocation of Human capital and Productivity:Evidence from China, Economic Research-Ekonomska Istra ž ivanja . SSCI(二区),2019.

  The theoretical and empirical research of Chinese talent innovation and entrepreneurship environment, June 2016, University of Electronic Science and Technology Press ,  ISBN: 978-7-5647-3756-6

  The Research of Chinese returnees’ International Knowledge Spillovers and Technological Progress effect, November, 2004, Capital University of Economics and Business Press , ISBN: 978-7-5638-2304-8

  “Empirical Study on the Relationship between Financial Development and Knowledge Spillovers of returnees”, Scientific Research Management , 2016 (6), 168-176.

  “The international intellectual return: literature review and outlook”, scientific and technological progress and measures , 2014 (23), 183-188.

  “The empirical research of returnees to technological progress effect in China”,  E conomic M anagement , 2013 (4), 82-93.

  “Technology gap, the effect of technology progress and knowledge spillover effect of returnees”, E conomic M anagement,  2014 (11), 154-165.

  “The calculation and evaluation of talent innovation and entrepreneurship environment in China based on the empirical analysis of 31 provinces”, E conomic S ystem R eform , 2015 (5), 29-35.

  “The knowledge spillover effect of international intellectual reflux: a literature review and prospect”, R eview of industrial economics , 2014, 13 (3), 44-60.

  “Social insurance and Entrepreneurship: An Empirical Study Based on Chinese micro survey”, P opulation and E conomy , 2015 (6), 73-83.

  “lack of labor income: Interpretation and measurement based on the perspective of asymmetric information”, I nstitutional economics , 2015 (3), 78-82.

  “The status of China's returnees and their technical effects analysis”, China's human R esources D evelopment , 2014 (16), 91-97.

  “An empirical study on the influence factors of China's overseas intellectual reflux”, E conomic G eography , 2013 (3), 86-90.

  “Evaluation on the Implementation Effect of Overseas High - level Talents Introduction Policy”,  S cience and T echnology P rogress and C ountermeasures , 2013 (4), 107-112.

  “Returnees reflux: Knowledge Spillovers and threshold effects, population studies ”, 2013 (5), 91-102.

  “The impact of the implementation of quantitative easing monetary policy on inflation in China: an extended structure VAR (SVAR) model estimation method”, economic issues , 2015 (7), 62-66.


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