Dr. Ming LU
Ming LU (陆铭) is Professor at Fudan University, and Distinguished Professor of Economics, Director of China Centre for Development Studies at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He is also Research Fellow of Peking University-Lincoln Institute, and Hitotsubashi University, Japan. He worked as a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard University and National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). He has consulted for the World Bank and Asian Development Bank. His recent research tries to link political economy with economic geography to analyze regional and urban issues. He is also interested in urban labor economics that studies how social interaction and knowledge spillover affect employment and economic growth in the local labor market.
- Lu, Ming; Chen, Zhao; Zhu, Xiwei; Xu, Xianxiang (eds.). China’s Regional Development: Review and Prospect, Routledge: Taylor & Francis Group, 2013.
- Chen, Zhao; Wang, Yongqin; Zhang, Yan; Zhang, Yuan; Luo, Changyuan. China’s Economic Development: Institutions, Growth and Imbalances, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013.
- Woo, Wing-Thye; Lu, Ming; Sachs, Jeffrey; Chen, Zhao (eds.). A New Economic Growth Engine for China – Escaping the Middle-income Trap by Not Doing More of the Same, Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company, 2012.
- Chen, Binkai; Lu, Ming; Zhong, Ninghua. “How Urban Segregation Distorts Chinese Migrants’ Consumption?” World Development, Vol. 70, 2015, pp. 133-146.
- Lu, Ming; Wan, Guanghua. “Urbanization and Urban Systems in the People’s Republic of China: Research Findings and Policy Recommendations.” Journal Of Economic Surveys, 28(4), 2014, pp. 671-685.
- Jiang, Shiqing; Lu, Ming; Sato, Hiroshi. “Identity, Inequality, and Happiness: Evidence from Urban China.” World Development, 40, 2012, pp. 1190-1200.
- Wan, Guanghua; Lu, Ming; Chen, Zhao. “The inequality–growth nexus in the short and long run: Empirical evidence from China.” Journal Of Comparative Economics, 34, 2006, pp. 654-667.