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Li Hongbin, "China`s Educational Inequality: Evidence from College Entrance Exams and Admissions"

March 21, 2011
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Li Hongbin teaches  of economics and is also executive associate director of the China Data Center. He received the Changjiang Scholarship in the field of economics, and National Award for Distinguished Young Scientists in China in 2010. Li’s research is concerned with two general themes; a) the behaviors of governments, firms and banks in the context of economic transition; b) human capital in the context of economic development.

 

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