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Zheng Xu received his BA and MA in economics from Fudan University. He is currently a PhD candidate in economics at the University of Connecticut and teaches Principles of Microeconomics at UConn. Since September 2013, he is a research fellow in the Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School.
His research interests include labor, migration and development. Recently he has focused on the impact of trade on the labor market in China, such as rural-urban migration, employment and wages. His work also takes up urban migration and informal employment in developing countries.
Science and Engineering Workforce Project (SEWP)
Global Labor Survey
Chinese Labor Project
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