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Qian Li


Assistant Professor
Macroeconomics, Public Finance, Corporate Finance, Computational Economics
(Ph.D. State University of New York – Stony Brook, 2014)

Office Address:
411, Institute for Advanced Research
111 Wuchuan Rd

Contact Information:
Telephone: +86-21-65902391
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Working paper
Publication on Policy
Newspaper Articles
Media Interview
Currently Teaching

Dr. Qian li received her Ph.D. in 2014 from SUNY at Stony Brook. Qian joined SUFE in August, 2014. Her research interest lies in the area of Macroeonomics, specializing in public finance and corporate finance and computational economics.  

  1. “Consumption Taxes and Precautionary Savings”, with Alexis Anagnostopoulos, 2013. Economics Letters, vol. 119(3), pages 238-242.

  2. “The Implication of Subsistence Consumption for Economic Welfare”, with Myungkyu Shim & Yongheng Wen, 2017. Economics Letters, vol. 158(C), pages 30-33.

  3. “Dynamic Effects of Consumption Tax Reforms with Durable Consumption”, 2020. The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, vol. 20(2), pages 1-33, June.

  4. “Welfare Implications of Switching to Consumption Taxation”, with Juan Carlos Conesa & Bo Li, 2020. Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, Volume 120, November 2020, 103991.

Working paper
  1. “Universal Basic Income and Progressive Consumption Taxes”, with Juan Carlos Conesa & Bo Li, 2020. Ready to submitted.

  2. “On the Welfare Effects of Itemized Deduction for Medical Expenses”, with Ning Fu, 2020. Submitted.

  3. “Housing Tax Reform in China”, with Bo Li, 2020. Submitted.

  4. “Welfare Cost of Business Cycle with Female Labor Participation”, with Myungkyu Shim, 2019.

  5. “The Optimal Progressivity of Consumption Taxes”, 2017.

Publication on Policy
  1. “China Macroeconomic Analysis and Forecast” (in Chinese), with IAR research team, Annual Report 2017-2019, Semi-annual Report 2018-2020, Quarter Report 2017Q3-2020Q2.

  2. “The Impact of COVID-19 on Consumption, A Statistics Analysis Based on Household Survey in Shanghai” (in Chinese), with Youngsoo Jang, 2020. Yangtze River Delta Watch, vol. 6.

  3. “Consumption during the Epidemic, A Statistics Analysis Based on Household Survey in Shanghai” (in Chinese), with Youngsoo Jang, 2020. China Economic Report, Vol.3: 34-44.

Newspaper Articles
  1. “Young, Low-Income and Self-employed are Most Affected by COVID-19” (in Chinese), with Youngsoo Jang, original article at The Paper (澎湃新闻), April 21, 2020.
    Circulated by:
    “疫情下的消费—基于上海市消费问卷调查分析报告”, 魔都, 2020-04-23.
    “上财课题组建议鼓励创新,进一步发展和完善消费模式”, 周到, 2020-04-23.
    “《疫情下的消费—基于上海市消费问卷调查分析》发布”, 经济日报, 2020-04-24.
    “上海1705人问卷结果:减税和消费券并非最有效刺激手段”, 证券时报网, 2020-04-24.
    “食品类增加明显,服装类大为缩水 疫情期间逾六成受访者线上消费增加”, 浦东观察, 2020-04-26.
    “疫情对消费影响大数据: 餐饮下滑严重,汽车类降幅最大”, 上海热线, 2020-04-24.
    “Shopping Festival to Boost City’s Economy”, SHINE, April 23, 2020.

  2. “COVID-19 might Speed Up the Consumption Upgrading Process” (in Chinese), Social Science Weekly (社会科学报), 2020-05-14.

  3. “Stimulus Plan on Promoting Consumption” (in Chinese), Wenhui Daily (文汇报), 2020.

  4. “The Healthy Development of New Economy and Law Enforcement” (in Chinese), Social Science Weekly (社会科学报), 2020-11-13.

Media Interview
  China Daily, The Paper

Currently Teaching
Intermediate Macroeconomics