Shengyu Li’s research interests lie in the intersection of Industrial Organization and International Trade, with a special focus on firm heterogeneity in productivity and input prices and their implications in trade participation, resource allocation and industry dynamics. His research agenda involves estimation of firm decisions using static or dynamic structural models with micro data.
Shengyu Li completed his PhD in Economics at The Pennsylvania State University in 2014. Before he joined in UNSW in 2018, he was a Lecture in Economics in University of Durham, UK. Please visit Shengyu Li's personal website.
Outstanding Research Award, Business School, UNSW, 2019.
Young Economists’ Essay Award, European Association for Research in Industrial Economics, 2014.