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CHEN Jidong

CHEN Jidong  Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Native Place: Yangzhou, Jiangsu Province, China
Department of Economics
Business School, Beijing Normal University
Beijing 100875, China
2009-2015 Ph.D.                                                  Princeton University
2007-2009 Graduate Program in Economics        Tsinghua SEM
2003-2007 Bachelor                                             Wuhan University
Work Experience
2015- Assistant Professor of Economics, Business School, Beijing Normal University
2014-2015 Visiting Fellow, Wallis Institute of Political Economy, University of Rochester
Research Interests
Political Economy
Comparative Institutional Analysis
Applied Game Theory
Chinese Economy and Governance
Non-market Strategy
Experimental Economics
Courses Taught
Public Economics (undergraduate)
Institutional Analysis of Chinese Economy (undergraduate, taught at Rochester)
Microeconomic Theory (Ph.D. core)

Professional Societies/Activities Referee Service:
Journal of Comparative Economics, American Journal of Political Science, American Political Science Review, Journal of Politics, Journal of Theoretical Politics, Political Science Research and Methods: The Journal of European Political Science Association, Quarterly Journal of Political Science, Social Choice and Welfare, Social Science Research

Honors and Awards
• Princeton University:
Dean’s Fund for Scholarly Travel (2013)
Prestage-Cook Travel Award (SPSA, January 2013)
NSF Funded Empirical-Implication-of-Theoretical-Models Fellowship (Summer 2012)
• Tsinghua University (China):
Chiang Chen Scholarship (First Prize Award for Graduate Students) (2008)
• Wuhan University (China):
Excellent Undergraduate Graduation (Summa cum laude) (2007)
Excellent Senior Thesis Award (Third Prize) (2007)
First Prize Scholarship (2004, 2005)
Excellent Student Scholarship (2006)
• Main Journal Articles
  • Sources of Authoritarian Responsiveness: A Field Experiment in China (with Jennifer Pan and Yiqing Xu): American Journal of Political Science (forthcoming)
  • Information Manipulation and Reform in Authoritarian Regimes (with Yiqing Xu) Political Science Research and Methods: The Journal of European Political Science Association (forthcoming)
          In Chinese:
  • “Hidden Employment, Unemployment Insurance and Aggregate Output,” (with Xue Qiao), The Journal of World Economy, 2011, 2(390):89-102
  • “Does Golden-week Policy Really Promote Consumptions?” (with Wenkai Sun), Economic Theory and Economic Management , 2009, 8: 24-30
• Conference Papers/Presentations
Communication in Collective Bargaining
     presented it in the following conferences:
     Social Choice and Welfare Conference, 2012
     16th World Congress of the International Economic Association, 2011
     American Political Science Association Conference, 2013
     Midwest Political Science Association Conference, 2013
     Florida State University, Experimental Social Science Lab, 2014
On Deliberative Authoritarian Governance (with Yiqing Xu)
     presented it in the following invited seminars and conferences:
     2014-2015: Rochester (Wallis), UCSD
     2013-2014: LSE, UIUC, Stanford, Tsinghua SEM, Florida State University
     Conference on Political Economy of China: Theory and Evidence (UCSD GPS, joint with Tsinghua SEM), 2014
     Theoretical Research in Development Economics (ThReD), Barcelona GSE, June 27, 2014
     2nd Organizational Economics and Political Economy Conference, Renmin University, June, 2014
     New Faces in China Studies, Duke University, May 2013
Sources of Authoritarian Responsiveness: A Field Experiment in China (with Jennifer Pan and Yiqing Xu)
     presented it in the following seminar and conference:
     Rochester (Comparative), 2015
     Eighth Annual NYU-CESS Experimental Political Science Conference, March 6, 2015
• Working Papers
  • Communication in Collective Bargaining
  • Authoritarian Governance with Public Communication (with Yiqing Xu) previously circulated as "On Deliberative Authoritarian Governance"
  • Political Marketing Games (with Matias Iaryczower)
  • Signaling and Learning in Collective Bargaining
  • A Non-speculation Theorem with an Application to Committee Design (with Mark Fey and Kristopher Ramsay)
  • Housing Demand and Expected Capital Gains in Urban China: Evidence from Chinese Household Survey (with Yujin Cao and Qinghua Zhang)
  • Straw Poll v.s. Binding Referendum in Committee Bargaining: An Experimental Study (with Jens Großer)
  • Collective Policy Choice with Rational Inattention (with Ming Yang)