Bihong Huang, Research Fellow | Asian Development Bank

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Bihong Huang, Research Fellow

Bihong Huang

Joined the Asian Development Bank Institute as a research fellow in February 2016.

Her research interests include environment, development, and financial economics. Her work has been published in books and refereed journals, including China Economic Review, Economic Modelling, Energy Economics, Global Economic Review, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Corporate Finance, Review of Development Economics, and World Economy.

Previously, she was on the academic staff of Renmin University of China and University of Macau. She holds degrees in economics from Xiamen University (MA and BA) in China, and Nanyang Technological University (PhD) in Singapore.

Population Ageing and Inequality: Evidence from China

With X. Chen and S. Li. The World Economy, forthcoming, online version available at
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/twec.12551/pdf.

Corporate Pension Plans and Investment Choices: Bargaining or Conforming?

With M. Duygun, X. Qian, and L. H.K. Tam. Journal of Corporate Finance, forthcoming, online version available at
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0929119917305989.

Economic and Environmental Impacts of Foreign Direct Investment in China: A Spatial Spillover Analysis.

With J. Huang, X. Chen, and X. Yang. China Economic Review, 2017, Vol. 45: 289-309.

The Role of Punctuation in P2P Lending: Evidence from China

With X. Chen and D. Ye. Economic Modelling, forthcoming, available at
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264999317307587.

Aging Population and Inequality: Evidence from China

With X. Chen and S. Li. The World Economy, forthcoming, available at
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/twec.12551/pdf.

Club Membership and Transboundary Pollution: Evidence from European Union Enlargement

With X. Chen. Energy Economics, 2016, Vol. 53: 230–237.

How Far is Chinese Left-Behind Parents' Health Left Behind?

With Y. Lian and W. Li. China Economic Review, 2016, Vol. 37: 15–26.

Inequality, Saving and Global Imbalances: A New Theory with Evidence from OECD and Asian Countries

With X. Gu and B. Dong. The World Economy, 2015, Vol. 38: 110–135.

Inequality and Saving: Further Evidence from Integrated Economies

With X. Gu, P. S. Tam and Y. Zhang. Review of Development Economics, 2015, Vol. 19: 15–30.

Loan Collateral, Corporate Investment, and Business Cycle

With V. Aivazian, X. Gu, and J. Qiu. Journal of Banking & Finance, 2015, Vol. 55: 380–392.

Does Inequality Lead to a Financial Crisis? Revisited

WithX. Gu. Review of Development Economics, 2014, Vol. 18: 502–516.

Are Intergovernmental Transfers in China Equalizing?

With K. Chen. China Economic Review, 2012, Vol. 23: 534–551.

A New Approach to Capital Flows: Theory and Evidence.

With X. Gu. Economic Modelling, 2011, Vol. 28: 1050–1057.

International Dependency and Economic Fluctuations in East Asian NIEs.

Global Economic Review, 2008,Vol. 37: 497–506.

4 October 2018 How does trade openness affect the environmental Kuznets curve? - Asia Pathways

The People’s Republic of China (PRC) has reformed and opened up its economy for 4 decades. However, accompanying the country’s fast-growing gross domestic product (GDP) and trade sector, environmental degradation, such as deteriorating water quality, land deforestation, pollution, and frequent haze plagues, has attracted a great deal of attention.

25 May 2018 Is Indonesia’s subsidized rice program benefitting its children? - Asia Pathways

Indonesia’s subsidized rice program, RASKIN (also known as Operasi Pasar Khusus), constitutes the longest running and the largest in-kind transfer for poor households in Indonesia. In 2010, government expenditure on RASKIN accounted for 53% of the total household-targeted social assistance.