China Economic Quarterly Best Paper Award (2009-2010)


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China Economic Quarterly 2009-2010Volume 9

Dr. Werner Jackstädt Best Paper Award for Chinese Economic and Business Studies

The China Economic Quarterly 2009-2010Volume 9Dr. Werner Jackstädt Best Paper Award for Chinese Economic and Business Studies goes to Foreign Investment and the Labor Share in China: An Empirical Study Based on Industrial Level Panel Data, published in Volume 9, No. 4, co-authored by Ming Shao (Department of International Economics and Trade, Nankai University) and Jiuli Huang (International Business Research Institute, Nankai University).

Min Shao

Jiuli Huang

Remarks from the Award Committee

This paper applies rigorous econometric methods to study the impacts of FDI on the share of labor income in the Chinese industrial sector. It finds that the presence of FDI is significantly associated with lower shares of labor income. This result is new and robustness to various tests. This paper contributes to the literature of FDI and China’s structural imbalances.

China Economic Quarterly 2009-2010Volume 9Dr. Werner Jackstädt Annual Best Paper Award Nominees(in random order):

Hanhui Guan and David Daokui Li, A Study of GDP and Its Structure in China's Ming Dynasty ( Issue 3, Volume 9)

Min Shao and  Jiuli Huang, Foreign Investment and the Labor Share in China: An Empirical Study Based on Industrial Level Panel Data ( Issue 4, Volume 9)

Chunbing Xing, Migration, Self-Selection, and Income Distribution: Evidence from Rural and Urban China ( Issue 2, Volume 9)

Introduction to the China Economic Quarterly Dr. Werner Jackstädt Best Paper Award for Chinese Economic and Business Studies

In order to encourage high-quality economic research, China Economic Quarterly set up the Annual Best Paper Award since its inception. Each year one paper is selected as the best paper from the volume published in that year. Starting in 2010, the award is renamed as Dr. Werner Jackstädt Best Paper Award for Chinese Economic and Business Studies, and the prize is set to RMB 20,000 yuan.

The winner is decided by majority votes on the nominated papers from the award committee, which is comprised of the three editors of China Economic Quarterly and Prof. Dr. Carsten Herrmann-Pillath from the East-West Centre for Business Studies and Cultural Science, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management.

This award is financially sponsored by the Dr. Jackstädt Foundation and supported by The East West Centre for Business Studies and Cultural Science at Frankfurt School.

Dr. Jackstädt was an entrepreneur who had made outstanding contribution to the post-war German economic miracle. The mission of the Dr. Jackstädt Foundation is to support the research in the field of medicine and management science, and to help the development of Wuppertal, Dr. Jackstädt’s hometown (which is also the hometown of Engels).

 
 
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