Phone: (852) 3943-8001
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
• Theoretical and Applied Econometrics, Big Data
'Michael' Qingliang FAN is an Assistant Professor of Economics at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is interested in both theoretical and applied econometrics, with a focus on micro-econometrics in a data-rich environment, and big data. His papers were published by academic journals including Econometrics Theory, Journal of Business and Economics Statistics, Journal of Econometrics, Review of Economics and Statistics, and Strategic Management Journal. Some of his ongoing research projects relate to labor economics, financial economics and decision science. Before joining CUHK in 2020, he was on the faculty of Xiamen University.
Endogenous treatment effect estimation with a large and mixed set of instruments and control variables (with Wu Y.), The Review of Economics and Statistics, forthcoming
Estimation of Conditional Average Treatment Effects with High-Dimensional Data (with Hsu Y.-C., Lieli, R. and Y. Zhang), Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, 2022, 40(1), 313-327.
CEO Early-Life Disaster Experience and Corporate Social Performance (with Don O'Sullivan and Leon Zolotoy). Strategic Management Journal, 2021, 42(11), 2137-2161.
Credit expansion, bank liberalization, and structural change in bank asset accounts (with Liu K.), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 2021, 124, 104066.
CEO Early-Life Disaster Experience and Stock Price Crash Risk (with Chen, Y., X., Yang, and L. Zolotoy), Journal of Corporate Finance, 2021, 68, 101928.
Large System of Seemingly Unrelated Regressions: A Penalized Quasi-Maximum Likelihood Estimation Perspective (with X. Han, G. Pan and B. Jiang), Econometric Theory, 2020, 36, 526-558.
Nonparametric Additive Instrumental Variable Estimator: A Group Shrinkage Estimation Perspective (with Zhong W.), Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, 2018, 36, 388-399.
Hybrid GEL Estimators: Instrument Selection with Adaptive Lasso (with Caner, M.), Journal of Econometrics, 2015, 187, 256-274.
Last update date: 4 Aug 2022