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Dr Wei Jiang

Lecturer in Economics

School of Economics, Keynes College, D1.06

 

About

Wei Jiang joined the University of Kent in July 2013. She obtained her MSc in Economics from the Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics (SGPE), University of Edinburgh in 2008 and PhD in Economics from the University of Glasgow in 2013.

Wei has worked with various types of macroeconomic models including heterogeneous agent models, union bargaining models, search-and-matching models, and models with equilibrium unemployment. In the process of undertaking her research, she has used many mathematical and computational skills involved with first- and second-order, and non-linear model solutions and various forms of policy analysis including tax reforms, state-contingent and Ramsey policy.

Wei is a member of the Macroeconomics, Growth and History Centre (MaGHiC).

Wei is the School's Discussion Paper Editor.

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Publications

Wei's publications can also be found on RePEc, Orcid and ResearchGate.

Also view these in the Kent Academic Repository

Article
Angelopoulos, K., Jiang, W. and Malley, J. (2013). Tax reforms under market distortions in product and labour markets. European Economic Review [Online] 61:28-42. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.euroecorev.2013.03.003.
Monograph
Angelopoulos, K., Jiang, W. and Malley, J. (2015). Fiscal Multipliers in a Two-Sector Search and Matching Model. CESifo. Available at: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2562253.
Total publications in KAR: 2 [See all in KAR]
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Research

Research interests

Wei has broad research interests in Macroeconomics and relevant fields including DSGE modelling, business cycles, dynamic and applied Macroeconomics, and fiscal and monetary policy.

Wei's RePEc page is http://econpapers.repec.org/RAS/pji126.htm

Working Papers

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Teaching

Undergraduate

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Consultation hours

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PhD supervision

Dr Jiang is happy to consider supervising PhD students who are interested in, but absolutely not limited to, the following areas of research:

  • Business cycle accounting in DSGE models
  • The design of optimal fiscal policy
  • The interaction of fiscal and monetary policies
  • The effects of tax reforms on social welfare and unemployment
  • Models with search and matching frictions
  • The relationship between private and public employment
  • Intergenerational mobility and the Great Gatsby Curve (most recent research interest)

Current students

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Administrative roles

  • Discussion Paper Editor (macro)
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Last Updated: 08/08/2017