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Selected Bibliography for Zheng (Michael) Song
Associate Professor of Economics

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"House Price Dynamics with Dispersed Information." Giovanni Favara and Zheng Song; Journal of Economic Theory, 2014, 149(1), pp. 350-82.

"Growing (with Capital Controls) Like China." Zheng Song, Kjetil Storesletten and Fabrizio Zilibotti; IMF Economic Review, 2014, 62(3), pp. 327-70.

"Accounting for China's Urbanization." Qin Chen and Zheng Song; China Economic Review, 2014, 30, pp. 485-94.

"The Governance of China's Finance: Comment," Zheng Song, in J. P. H. Fan and R. Morck: Capitalizing China. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013, pp. 60-62

"Financial Frictions on Capital Allocation: A Transmission Mechanism of TFP Fluctuations." Kaiji Chen and Zheng Song; Journal of Monetary Economics, 2013, 60(6), pp. 683-703.

"Rotten Parents and Disciplined Children: A Politico-Economic Theory of Public Expenditure and Debt." Zheng Song, Kjetil Storesletten and Fabrizio Zilibotti; Econometrica, 2012, 80(6), pp. 2785-803.

"Persistent Ideology and the Determination of Public Policy over Time." Zheng Song; International Economic Review, 2012, 53(1), pp. 175-202.

"The Dynamics of Inequality and Social Security in General Equilibrium." Zheng Song; Review of Economic Dynamics, 2011, 14(4), pp. 613-35.

"Growing Like China." Zheng Song, Kjetil Storesletten and Fabrizio Zilibotti; American Economic Review, 2011, 101(1), pp. 196-233.

"Health Care System in Rural China: A Quantitative Approach Based on Heterogeneous Individuals." Jin Feng and Zheng Song; Frontiers of Economics in China, 2009, 4(2), pp. 153-72.

Essays on Dynamic Political Economy; Zheng Song; Ph.D Dissertation, Institute for International Economic Studies, 2005.

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