Mi Dai
Mi Dai
Associate Professor, Business School, Beijing Normal University
Verified email at bnu.edu.cn - Homepage
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Unexceptional Exporter Performance in China? The Role of Processing Trade
M Dai, M Maitra, M Yu
Journal of Development Economics 121, 177-189, 2016
280*2016
How Did China’s WTO Entry Affect US prices?
M Amiti, M Dai, R Feenstra, J Romalis
Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 2018
99*2018
Firm R&D, absorptive capacity and learning by exporting: Firm‐level evidence from China
M Dai, M Yu
The World Economy 36 (9), 1131-1145, 2013
77*2013
Firm-specific Exchange Rate Shocks and Employment Adjustment: Evidence from China
M Dai, J Xu
Journal of International Economics 108, 54-66, 2017
22*2017
How do households adjust to trade liberalization? Evidence from China's WTO accession
M Dai, W Huang, Y Zhang
IZA Discussion Paper, 2018
102018
Industry‐specific real effective exchange rate for China: 2000–2009
M Dai, J Xu
China & World Economy 21 (5), 100-120, 2013
82013
Export tightening, competition, and firm innovation: Evidence from the renminbi appreciation
M Dai, M Yu, C Zhao
Review of Development Economics 22 (1), 263-286, 2018
72018
The Skill Structure of Export Wage Premium: Evidence from Chinese Matched Employer–Employee Data
M Dai, J Xu
The World Economy 40 (5), 883-905, 2017
42017
How Do Households Adjust to Tariff Liberalization? Evidence from China’s WTO Accession
M Dai, W Huang, Y Zhang
Chinese University of Hong Kong, Working paper, 2019
12019
How did China’s WTO entry benefit US prices?
M Amiti, M Dai, RC Feenstra, J Romalis
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports, 2018
12018
Persistent effects of initial labor market conditions: The case of China's tariff liberalization after WTO accession
M Dai, W Huang, Y Zhang
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 178, 566-581, 2020
2020
Do Import Tariffs Help Reduce Trade Deficits?
M Amiti, M Dai, RC Feenstra, J Romalis
Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 2018
2018
Export Tightening, Competition and Firm Innovation: Evidence from the RMB Appreciation1
M Dai, M Yu
2013
Do Import Tariffs Help Reduce Trade Deficits?
RC Feenstra, M Dai, M Amiti, J Romalis
Liberty Street Economics, 0
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