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HAO Yu

Interview with students:

Wednesday 2pm-4pm 


Job title:

Assistant Professor 


Telephone:

010-62752141  


E-mail:

maxhao1003@pku.edu.cn 


Research field:

100871 


Address:

Econ 423 


Education background:

2008-2013 PhD in Economics, UC Davis
2006-2008 Master in International Relations, UC Davis
2002-2006 Bachelor in Economics, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University 


Work experience:

2014--, Assistant professor, School of Economics, Peking University  


Research interests:

Economic history
Development Economics
Political Economy 


Teaching:

Intermediate Microeconomics, autumn 2014-2017
Economic history of China,spring 2016-2017
Economic history of modern China,spring 2015-2017 


Publications:

((1) Yu Hao, “Converging Mainlander and Native Taiwanese, 1945-2010”, Australian Economic History Review, 57 (2017): 84-107.
(2) Yu Hao and Meng Xue, “Friends from Afar: Migration, Cultural Proximity and Primary Schooling in Lower Yangzi, 1850---1949”, Explorations in Economic History 63 (2017): 44–69.
(3) Zhou, Jianbo, Yu Hao, Fujie Jin, and Jiantao Zhou. "Shanxi Merchants’ Multilevel Financial System in Ming and Qing Dynasties, China." Emerging Markets Finance and Trade 53, no. 2 (2017): 376-386.
(4) Clark, Gregory, Neil Cummins, Yu Hao, and Dan Diaz Vidal. "Surnames: a New Source for the History of Social Mobility." Explorations in Economic History 55 (2015): 3-24.
(5) Gregory Clark, with Neil Cummins, Yu Hao, and Daniel Diaz Vidal, “The Son Also Rises:surnames and the history of social mobility”, Princeton University press, 2014 .
(6) 郝煜,2017,《蒙住眼,因为剁手难—为什么大一统的中华帝国晚期越来越“轻徭薄赋”, 也越来越腐败》,《经济资料译丛》,2017年第三期
(7) 郝煜,2016,《中华帝国晚期的一个政治经济学框架》,《经济资料译丛》2016年第四期
(8) 郝煜,2014,《基因,历史长期延续性和路径依赖的一个根源:G·克拉克经济史研究综述》, 量化历史研究第一辑,浙江大学出版社
(9) 郝煜,2013,《中国的长期社会流动性:姓氏方法》,《经济资料译丛》2013年第二期
(10) 郝煜,刘正铖,2016,《财政合理化改革增强了国家能力吗——来自18世纪中国“火耗归公”的证据》,北京大学工作论文。
(11) Yu Hao and Zhengcheng Liu,2017, “Strengthening helping hand and tightening grabbing hand: effects of fiscal reform in 18th century China”,working paper, Peking University.
(12) Yu Hao and Meng Xue, “the Long-Term Effects of Affirmative Action: Evidence from China”, Peking University working paper, 2016.
(13) “Social mobility of China, 1645-2012: a Surname Study.” With Gregory Clark, Job Market Paper, working paper, 2015.
(14) Yu Hao and Tianyang Xi, “Imperial Exams as a Representative Institution”, working paper, 2015. 


Honors and Awards:

2017, Excellence in teaching (undergraduate courses), Peking University
2016, Nandu awards for the best paper of quantitative history, 2nd place (2 out of 30)
2014, Teaching contest of young scholars, Peking University, Awards of the best slides
2012,Economic History Association (EHA) Dissertation Fellowship.

 


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