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Chen, Baizhu 陈百助

Clinical Finance and Business Economics

Contact Information
Marshall School of Business
Office: ACC 232C
Phone: (213) 740-7558

Curriculum Vitae


  • Ph.D. (Economics), University of Rochester, 1992
  • M.A. (Economics), University of Rochester, 1989
  • B.S. (Mathematics), Fudan University, 1992

Baizhu Chen studies macroeconomics and international economics, with an emphasis on China. His work has been published in the Journal of Peace Research, European Journal of Political Economy, China Economic Review, Applied Financial Economics, Social Choice and Welfare, and Journal of Macroeconomics. He is Senior Researcher at the Institute of Finance and Banking at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, chief economist of Sino-Century Capital, a VC firm in Shanghai, and former president of the Chinese Economists Society. He is academic director for Marshall's GEMBA program, and a recipient of the Golden Apple Award.


  • Judith, Blumenthal., Baizhu, Chen., (2017) "GOME (case)".
  • Baizhu, Chen., (2016) "Identify Systemic Important Markets from a Global View: ADCC Approach under skewed-t distribution".
  • Baizhu, Chen (2016) "Redgate Media Group: Mergers and Acquisitions Admist Global Financial Crises".
  • Baizhu, Chen., (2016) "The Effect of Economic Policy Uncertainty on the Long-run Correlation between Curde Oil and U.S. Stock Markets".
  • Baizhu, Chen., Carl, Voigt., (2013) "Swellfun".
  • Baizhu, Chen., Carl, Voigt. (2013) "Goodbaby International".
  • Baizhu, Chen.,Carl, Voigt., (2012) "Goodbaby International".
  • Phililps, Kerk and Chen, Baizhu (2011). Regional Growth in China: An Empirical Investigation Using Multiple Imputation and Province-level Panel Data. Research in Economics, 65, 243-53
  • Yu, Honghai, Xu, Longbing, and Baizhu Chen (2010). Ultimate Control and Overinvestment. Economic Research Journal, 8.
  • Hua, Renhai, Lu, Bing and CHen, Baizhu. Price Discovery Process in the Copper Markets: Is Shanghai Futures Market Relevant?". Review of Future Markets, 18(3).
  • Chen, Baizhu, Xu, Longbing, and Yu, Honghai (2009). Overinvestment When Control Separates from Ownership - Evidence from China.
  • Lu, Rong, Chen, Baizhu, Xu Longbing, Xie Xinhou (2008). Redemption Puzzle of Open-end Rund Market in China. Frontiers of Economics in China, 3(3).
  • Hua, Renhai and Chen, Baizhu (2008). The Internatioanl Linkage of the Chinese Future Markets. Essays in Modern Economics Research: A Volume in Honor of Professor Gregory Chow. Edited by Zhigang Tao and LIn Zhou. Shanghai: Shanghai People's Publishing and Truth & Wisdom Press.
  • Hua, Renhai and Chen, Baizhu (2007). The International Linkage of the Chinese Futures Markets. Applied Financial Economics, 17(16).
  • Lu Rong, Chen, Baizhu, Xu Longbin, Xinhou Xie (2007). Fund Performance and Investment Flow. Economic Research Journal, 6.
  • Baizhu Chen (2007). Internaional Trade - Theory, Policy and Application. Beijing: High Education Press.
  • Philips, Kerk and Baizhu Chen (2007). A Panel-Data Sensitivity Analysis of Regional Growth in China. Private Enterprise & Development in China. Edited by Shuanglin Lin. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Chen, Baizhu, Greenberg Jamie, and Voigt, Carl (2009). Tyson Food in China. Case A&B. Los Angeles: University of Southern California.
  • Hua Renhai and Baizhu Chen (2004). Future Prices and Volatility in China - a Long Memory Study. Financial Research.
  • Hua, Renhai and Baizhu Chen (2004). The Relationship between the Chinese and World Future Prices. Quarterly Journal of Economics (China).
  • Bao, Yongjian and Chen, Baizhu (2002). Pursuing Excellence - 6P Mantra of Sucess. Shanghai: Fudan University Press.
  • Bao, Yongjian and Chen, Baizhu (2001). The Zen of Network Economy. Shanghai: Fudan University Press.
  • Chen, B. and Y. Feng (2001). The Effects of Intangible Assets on Income in China: Eduction, Experience, and Political Affiliation - A Survey Analysis. Intangibles in Competition and Cooperation: Euro-Asian Perspectives. Edited by Parthasarathi Banerjee and Frank-Jrgen Ritcher. London and New York: Palgrave.
  • Chen, B. and Y. Feng (2000). Openness and Trade Policy in China: An Industrial Analysis. China Economic Review, 11(4).
  • Chen, B. and Y. Feng (2000). Determinants of Economic Growth in China: Private Enterprises, Education, and Openness - A Cross-Provincial Analysis. China Economic Review, 11(1).
  • Chen, B. and S. Huang (2000). The Asian Financial Crisis and Taiwan's Economy. China Economic Publisher
  • Chen, B., Kim Dietrich, and Yi Feng (1999). China's Financial Markets Reform: Problems, Progress, and Perspects. Boulder: Westview Press.
  • Chen, B., Xinghai Fang, and Yang Li (1999). Modern Financial System and Financial Centers in China. Economic Management Press.
  • Chang, H., Baizhu Chen, and Yang Li (1999). Money Market in China. China's Financial Markets Reform: problems, Progress and Perspects. Boulder: Westview Press.
  • Chen, B., Kim Dietrich, and Yi Feng (1999). An Introduction to the Financial Market in China. China's Financial Markets Reform: Problems, Progress, and Perspects. Boulder: Westview Press.
  • Chen, B. (1999). Inflation Targeting in China. Modern Financial System and Financial Centers in China.
  • Chen, Baizhu, Tang Min, Yushi Mao, Shang Wu Ying, Shu Guan (Ed.). (1999.) Economic Growth And the Social Cost of Inflation. Frontier of Modern Economics.
  • Chen, B. (1997). Long-run money demand and inflation in China. Journal of Macroeconomics, 19(3), 609-617.
  • Chen, B. & Feng, Y. (1997). Determinants of economic growth in China: Private enterprises, education, and openness. Private Enterprises and Regional Development in the Hinterland of China. (X. Fang, et al., Eds.). Forthcoming.
  • Chen, B. & Feng, Y. (1997). Determinants of survival-related capabilities. Rethinking Development in East Asia and Latin America. (J. McGuire, Ed.).
  • Chang, H. and Chen, B. (1997). The segmentation of the Chinese stock markets. Unpublished manuscript.
  • Chen, B. (1996). Monetary policy, inflation and the Central Bank in Taiwan. Taiwan Experience and Economic Reform in China.