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Name: 
Chengze, Fan
Fan, C.
Fan, C. S.
Fan, C. Simon
Fan, Chengze
Fan, Chengze Simon
Simon, C. Fan
Dates: 
1966-
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Brown University Department of Economics Affiliation (see also from)
Cheung, Kui-yin
Fan, C Simon
Fan, C. Simon
Fan, C.Simon
Fan, Chengze
Fan, Chengze Simon
Grossman, Herschel I.
Hu, Yifan
Lingnan College (Hongkong) Affiliation (see also from)
Lingnan University
Lingnan University (Hongkong) Affiliation (see also from)
Lingnan University / Department of Economics
Lui, Hon-Kwong
Overland, Jody
Simon Fan, C.
Spagat, Michael
Stark, Oded
University of Colorado at Denver. Center for Research on Economic and Social Policy
Wei, Xiangdong
Wong, Phoebe
Zhang, Junsen
Titles: 
Addition through Depletion: The Brain Drain as a Catalyst of Human Capital Formation and Economic Betterment
analytics of seasonal migration, The
brain drain, 'educated unemployment', human capital formation, and economic betterment, The
Child Labor and the Interaction between the Quantity and Quality of Children
Do the Rich Save More? A New View Based on Intergenerational Transfers
Does consumer sentiment forecast household spending?: The Hong Kong case
Foreign direct investment and indigenous technological efforts: Evidence from China
Human capital, growth, and inequality in Russia, 1997:
Imports of capital goods and enterprise performance: a firm-level analysis in China
Incentives and Corruption in Chinese Economic Reform
Increasing Returns, Product Quality and International Trade
International migration and "educated unemployment"
Kleptocracy and corruption
Law of One Price: Evidence from the Transitional Economy of China, The
LOOKING AT THE "POPULATION PROBLEM" THROUGH THE PRISM OF HETEROGENEITY: WELFARE AND POLICY ANALYSES
Losses and Gains to Developing Countries from the Migration of Educated Workers
model of endogenous divorce and endogenous fertility, A
model of intergenerational transfers, A
Quality, trade, and growth
Relative wage, child labor, and human capital
Religious participation and children's education: A social capital approach
Rural-to-urban migration, human capital, and agglomeration
Schooling as a job search process
Social Proximity Explanation of the Reluctance to Assimilate, A
"soft" skills, "hard" skills, and the black/white earnings gap
STICKY WAGE, EFFICIENCY WAGE AND KEYNESIAN UNEMPLOYMENT
Structural change and the narrowing gender gap in wages: theory and evidence from Hong Kong
Survival of the gene, intergenerational transfers and precautionary saving
theory of migration as a response to occupational stigma, A
TRADE AND WAGE INEQUALITY: THE HONG KONG CASE
Vanity economics : an economic exploration of sex, marriage and family
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