Eric is a micro-economist at the Institute for Policy Research. He obtained a PhD in Economics from Lancaster University; Prior to that, a MSc in Economics from the University of Essex; and a BA in Economics from XISU.
His research interest lies in applied microeconometrics and public policy, with a focus on labour economics, especially labour supply, education and fiscal policy evaluation.
Economics, Doctor of Philosophy, Three essays on the economics of labour supply, Lancaster University
Award Date: 18 Dec 2019
Economics, Master of Economics, Returns to scale estimation of the matching efficiency in the UK labour market, University of Essex
Award Date: 10 Jun 2014
Economics, Bachelor of Arts and Economics, Exploratory investigation on the effects of urbanisation in Chang'an county, Xi'an International Studies University
Award Date: 10 Jul 2007
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